The Schlevogt and Hoffman Companies produced this Czech pressed art glass in the 1920-1940 period. The perfumes are Schlevogt and the mirror and brushes are Hoffman. Perfumes are 5.25 x 3.25 inches and 6.25 x 3.50 inches. Mirror is 15 x 6.25 inches, brushes are 10.75 x 3 inches and 6.50 x 2.50 inches. Stopper with chip, other wise excellent condition.
A ground and polished natural rock crystal( clear quartz) sphere with fine reflective qualities, a large five inch diameter and a weight of five pounds. The gilt bronze stand of an earlier date and not original to the piece, serves to support and enhance the large ball. Discovered by the Greeks called(Kristalios)or ice. Ancient cultures believed healing and psychic powers to be associated with rock crystal. 10.50 inches on the stand
The sterling wirework bird with enameled eyes, with the tail feather 800 standard mark for Mario Buccellati. The Buccellati firm spanning 4 decades and 7 international expansions. Mario dubbed " The Prince of Goldsmiths" Fine Condition. 7.50 x 5.00 inches.
A hand hammered sterling bowl with the triangular Hewes mark and an inscribed presentation. Hewes exhibited 1897-1927. Silversmith and metalworker. Boston Society of Arts & Crafts 1928. Worked from 1908-27 Titusville. Pa. 3 3/4 inches by 1 inch. Excellent condition.
The bronze mesh ground with floral garlands, over the blue guilloche enamel. The fluted bronze edges with ribbon accent on the beveled glass hand mirror, and decorative pierced handles. The ivory miniatures are well defined and the enameling is excellent. Mirror 12 1/2 inches Brush 9 1/4 inches
The bowl with a floral shell scalloped border with reticulated base and inner fluted rim and bowl. Company noted for fine reproductive antique silver. Birmingham, England, New York, N. Y. Circa 1931 Good condition