This vase showcases a magnificent quilted diamond pattern overlaid with black threading. The base glass is Frederick Carder’s beautiful crystal manufactured in the 1920’s. The base pattern and threading produce a dramatic ART DECO feel that is highly desirable to today’s collectors. . It is marked with the Steuben fleur de lis acid stamp on the polished pontil.6 1/8in. High by 4 in. Wide. Two 1/8in. areas of thread missing (hardly apparent, but noted for accuracy).
This wonderful miniature Aurene vase, attributed to Steuben, was made in a beautiful Gold color. The form is graceful with a bulbous body flaring out into a neck with eight optic panels. It has a super iridescence of Gold, Green and Blue. Size: 2 1/4 in High by 1 3/ 4 in Wide. Condition: Very Good; one very minute flea- bite on base too small to photograph, but noted for accuracy Circa: 1900-10
This monumental irridescent art glass vase was produced by Steven Lundberg in their "POUT" pattern. Its multi-colored drapery pattern is in the style of pieces made by Durand or Quezal. The overall condition is excellent and the dimensions of the vase are 11 3/4 in High by 5 1/4 in Wide. Signed "S. LUNDBERG GLASS ART 2000" on the base and has the original gold foil label.
A fantastic pair of iridescent art glass vases attributed to Loetz. These pieces are made of Amethyst glass covered by a superb layer or multi colored iridescence. Very good condition; 8 1/4 & 8 in High by 4 1/4 in Wide. Available as either a pair or separately.
Steuben produced this Art Deco Crystal vase in a Grotesque pattern in the 1920's-1930's. Under the direction of Frederick Carder this American firm made world-class art glass. Very good condition; 9 1/4 in High by 8 1/2 Wide. Similar pieces may be referenced in Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass by Dimitroff.
A beautiful set of twelve Cut Crystal Champagnes by Hawkes. These glasses have hand cut designs on the bowl, stem and foot that were done by the master craftsmen of this New York Company. Hawkes sometimes used Steuben blanks for pieces like these. Each glass is in very good condition, stands 6 in. High by 4 in. Wide and is signed "HAWKES" on the base. One glass has a very small repair on the rim, but is hardly noticeable and fully useable. Overall, a great set of cut glass champagnes r ...click for details
A stunning miniature cabinet vase by Steuben in their Gold Aurene color, circa 1910-15. The vase has a great form with four pinched in sides and a flared rim. Excellent condition, measuring 2 1/2 in. High. Signed "AURENE HAVILAND & CO" in silver on the bottom. This vase was a special order piece made especially for Haviland & Co. to retail in their stores. Pieces with this signature are are because they were only made for 5 years. Similar pieces and information on the signature ...click for details
An exquisite Sterling Silver Pin Cushion made by Tiffany & Co. Makers. Standing 2 1/2 in. High by 3 1/4 in. Wide this pin cushion is covered in red velvet and crowned by a Sterling Cherub holding a branch full of fruit. Excellent condition and marked "Tiffany & Co Makers Sterling Silver 23647 L".
Tiffany & Co. produced this sterling Silver Flatware service in the “PERSIAN PATTERN”, circa 1900. This set is a six piece service for twelve and comes in the original Suede lined Oak box by Tiffany. The box is decorated with Bronze hardware that is signed by "Tiffany & Co.". A plaque that reads "Tiffany & Co. Silversmiths" also adorns the interior of the chest. The flatware consists of the following: (12) Eight in. Dinner Forks; (12) 7 1/4 in. Lunch Forks; (12) ...click for details
This Art Deco vase was made by Steuben, in the 1920's, in their Bristol Yellow color. It has a rectangular shape with beveled corners and a lovely diagonal optic ribbed pattern. Very good condition with light wear appropriate to its age. 7 1/4 in. High by 4 in. Wide. Signed on the bottom with the Steuben Fleur de Lis acid etch signature.
Durand in Vineland, N.J., produced this fantastic Blue Lustre vase circa 1920's. It has the strongest blue and purple iridescence I have ever seen on a Durand Lustre vase. It is Form 1730, which can be seen on page 166 of Meschi and is in excellent condition with slight base wear from age. Polished pontil, fire-polished rim; 6 3/4 in. High by 4 in. Wide. Unsigned, but guaranteed old and original.
A wonderful Gold Lustre art glass bowl with foot produced in America, circa 1915. This footed bowl attributed to Quezal is a fantastic example of irridized American art glass from early last century. Similar in style to Steuben Aurene, Durand and Tiffay Favrile. It is in very good condition with a few minor scratches from age and measures 5in. High by 6 1/2in. Wide. Very bold Gold color inside and out. Fire polished rim and rough pontil. Hard to find form.
This fantastic Pink Opalescent vase, circa 1900, is a true work of art. Standing 10" Tall by 5 1/4" Wide at the mouth and 4" Wide at the base it is in excellent condition. There is some very minor wear to the inside of the vase near the base, but it is hard to see and noted for accuracy. The trumpet form consists of a white opaline foot and a cased glass pink opalescent body made from heat reactive glass. The body of the vase has twelve vertical optic ribs and is shaded from a ric ...click for details
This extremely rare and superb vase is a prime example of Opalescent glass produced by Tiffany Studios. Arguably some of their best work, Pink Pastel glass is one of their most desirable colors. The body of this exceptionally beautiful vase has a wonderful Strawberry color with terrific Stretch around the rim and features a pronounced heat reactive laurel leaf decoration through the entire piece. The foot and neck are a translucent white worked into an exceedingly complex form, with a rare blow ...click for details
The epitome of Art Nouveau, this vase’s form and striking décor follow in the footsteps of Tiffany’s best works in Favrile glass. It was skillfully shaped into an elegantly tall, footed vase bearing Nash's patented "FLUME" or acanthus leaf pattern and a ruffled rim with a terrific stretch effect. The base glass is a striking golden yellow covered in iridescent highlights. This piece is in very good condition with minor base wear due to age and slight water stains to the interior. ...click for details