|"Magenta", limited edition 522/750, designed by Colin Terris, CT-505 (1987).|
|"Irish Wild Flowers", spherical limited edition of 500, designed by Allan Scott, CI-005 (1997). Upright lampworked bouquet of four various flowers and one blue bud, with green leaves and stems. Commissioned by Cash's of Ireland.|
|"Elegance", designed by
Colin Terris, CT-204 (1981). Single red crimp rose
with ruffled edges supported by leaves of silver
bubbles. Limited edition of 250. Signed
on base "Caithness Scotland Elegance" and numbered
159/250. Diameter 3".
Reflections", designed by William Manson, CT-59
(1976). Complex millefiori canes on a black ground
with a placed single central bubble which holds a CG
signature cane. Signed on base "Caithness Scotland
Millefiori Reflections". Diameter 3".
|"Mooncrystal" miniature, pale pink, designed by Colin Terris, CT-419 (1985).|
miniature. Single green shamrock surrounded by a
single ring of pale green/white/mauve millefiori canes on
clear ground. Unfaceted. Scratch signed on
base "Shamrock Caithness Scotland" F96105. Diameter
Style Three. Millefiori in heart shape surrounds a
single lampworked red rose on a transparent cobalt blue
ground. Single front facet. Designed by Allan
Scott, Series 'Millefiori Miniatures', CT-862
(1991). Signed on base "Miniature Heart, Caithness,
Scotland" IK 82596. Diameter 2 1/4".
|"Luckenbooth" from the Romance Series,
two interlocked hearts of millefiori canes over
translucent pink swirls, surrounded by single circle of
canes. Designed by Colin Terris, CT-713
Note: The Luckenbooth design is a traditional Scottish betrothal symbol.
|"Rhythm", numbered 179, signed Helen MacDonald, 2001.|
|"Tempest", numbered FL1247, designed by Margot Thomson. Swirl of pale pink and white, CT-552 (1987).|
Butterfly", numbered J86413, designed by Allan
Scott. Miniature butterfly within a circle of
white cog canes with central blue stars, on a pale blue
ground, CT-861 (1991).
|"Miniature Rose", numbered L16876,
designed by Allan Scott. Miniature five-petalled
pink lampworked rose encircled by two rows of concentric
canes, on a ground of clear amethyst, CT-793 (1990).
by Colin Terris. Small unfaceted concentric
millefiori with pink and white canes encircling a
central butterfly silhouette cane on a clear aquamarine
ground. Base contains an imperfect
Whitefriars date cane and is scratch signed CIIG.
Note: Caithness purchased the Whitefriars factory in 1981. Other faceted examples of the same weight have been sold bearing the Whitefriars signature/date cane.
Duet". Designed by Allan Scott. Issued in
2001, limited edition. Two pink lampworked daisies
with yellow centers and bud, with three geen leaves, on
clear ground. Five side facets and one top
facet. Lower edge has a field of etched
daisies. Signature Whitefriars cane at base of
stems. Scratch signed "Whitefriars 'Daisy Duet'
Caithness Glass 19/50". Diameter 3".
|"Caprice", numbered 480/750.
Designed by Colin Terris, limited edition of 750, CT-314
|Marked CIIG on base (indicating factory second).|
|"Eterna", limited edition 109/500, closed at 334, designed by Colin Terris, CT-220 (1981).|
spaced concentric on latticino, designed by William
Manson, Sr. CG signature cane on bottom, CT-60
(1976). Fire polished base, scratch signed
weight is similar in construction to the preceding
weight. In this weight, the ring of canes is blue,
rather than amber coloured and the base is ground and
polished flat. There is no signature.
|"Royal Wedding", from the Royal Wedding Collection series. White sulphide on clear amethyst ground. Limited edition of 750, closed at No. 131, designed by Colin Terris, CT-238 (1981). Marked on base "The Marriage of The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer 29.7.81". Numbered 94 of 750.|
|Caithness. Five hexagonal panels
of millefiori canes, edged with twists, surround a
central white lampworked flower, all set on a
transparent green ground. Five side facets and one
top facet. Limited edition, signature "E" cane in
one panel, scratch-signed on based "164/250