This extremely rare vase is a truly spectacular example of American art glass, circa 1900. Made by Tiffany, but unsigned this vase was made in the very early years of production at Corona, circa 1897-99. Fresh from Upstate New York this vase is sleek and graceful in both form and decor. Encircling the body is a stunning pulled feather or waveform pattern in Gold and Green. Interspersed among the background pattern is a series of Six Hanging Hearts...
This vase is a fantastic example of the Blue Lustre glass produced by Durand, circa 1920's. Fresh from an local estate this piece was owned by a group of nuns since it was purchased new to decorate their convent. The vase,form number 1714, is in excellent condition and measures 7 1/2 in High by 2 3/4 in Diameter. Polished pontil and Fire polished rim. It may be referenced in Durand The Man and His Glass By Meschi on pages 55 and 166...
This vase is a fantastic example of French Art Deco art glass. Manufactured by Sabino in the 1920's the opalescent glass highlights the eye catching bird motif. The body of the vase depicts plummed birds engaged in graceful flight. Excellent condition. Signed in script on the base Sabino & France. The vase measures 9 1/2 inches High by 10 1/2 inches in diameter.
A Ruby Red Hand Blown Cut to Clear Glass Wedding Chalice. Etched with "Glaube (faith), Hoffnung (hope), Liebe (love), Frohsin (the family name). Dimensions 6" high x 5" wide. Probably of Bohemian origin, late 19th century. Other than some minor rim wear it is in Excellent condition.
A Ruby Red Glass Inkstand with Gilding. Consists of Two Bottles (Inkwell and Sander) and a Tray, all with Gilding. The Inkwell and Sander have Brass Rims. Dimensions 6.5" long x 3" deep x 2.5" high. From the late 19th century. There is some gilt wear, but in excellent condition.
Fenton's 6" High Silvercrest White Milk Glass Vase. Made by the Fenton Art Glass Company of Williamstown, West Virginia in the 1960's. Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or scratches.
9" High, 4 3/4" Width, Polished Pontil Fire Polished Rim
A beautiful cranberry colored salt cellar with applied handle and rigaree petal feet. The body is heart shaped and ribbed for an optic effect. A well polished pontil. 19th century American art glass.
3.7" widest and 1.4" high. Excellent condition with no flakes or lines.
Outstanding master salt in an ever popular color and shape.
A --- rare American Brilliant Period cut fruit or ""orange"" bowl in a lively form and with the classic daisy & button --- pattern. The entire surface is covered with the pattern leaving only the clear foot-ring. This is a pattern often found in early pattern glass. Not often found in cut glass. Nice sharp & deep cuts. Beautiful ring. Quite likely Pairpoint or one of the related New England makers.
11.5" x 8" x 4" highest. This is a rare form in American Brilliant cut glass...
A beautifully cut rectangular tray from the American Brilliant Cut Period. --- The brilliant sharp cuts pretty much cover the entire surface. It is probably an ice cream tray although the shape is useful for many purposes. No marks. About 100 years old.
14" x 10" x 1.5" high. Small flakes to some points not noticeable easily. Very good condition.
A beautiful American Brilliant period cut glass tray in a most useful shape & size. Wonderful for the summer holiday table...
A Bohemian decanter set with original stopper and 6 shot or schnaps glasses having slightly flaring rim. The wheel cut pattern on every piece is of a central European hunting lodge theme with deer and flamingos plus pavillion. While the flamingo looks pretty serene the deer is surely taking flight. High quality glass. From the 19th century.
Decanter 10" high with 5.5" diameter; glass 2.8" high with 2.1" diameter. Both decanter and glass are generous sizes...
A simply gorgeous antique Loetz vase of the Austrian art glass period. Thick purple swirl pattern on iridescent gold glass. Great pontil on the bottom. It shimmers with different hues under different lighting conditions. Larger pic was taken in sunlight with flash bottom was taken in open shade without flash. You can see the color effects...
A shimmering beauty by Steuben... This is a pulled feather aurene art glass shade in gold. Excellent firing result which gives those wonderful brilliant warm colors in different light conditions. No signature but I guarantee this is Steuben.
6.3"" high with 4.4"" flared and shaped rim; 2 1/4"" fitter. A couple of small chips at fitter side quite often it is like that on these shades. Otherwise in outstanding condition and certainly structurally sound.
A period beauty in the f...
Fostoria's #2780/388 Olive Green 8" Tall Dolphin Ribbon Compote. Made by the Fostoria Glass Company of Moundsville, West Virginia from 1963-1970 as a part of the Henry Ford Museum Collection.Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or scratches. Buyer to pay shipping and insurance costs. Pay with PayPal.
The original Fostoria Production Line Item #1372/347. 6 3/4" High Candy Jar with Cover in Crystal with Gold Painted Coins.This piece is a part of Fostoria's Gold Coin Design Collection produced by the Fostoria Glass Company of Moundsville, West Virginia during the years 1960-1970. Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or scratches. Buyer to pay shipping and insurance costs. Pay with PayPal.
A 6 1/2" approx. Tall Ruby Argus pattern Water Goblet made by the Fostoria Glass Company of Moundsville, West Virginia. Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or scratches. Buyer to pay shipping and insurance costs. Pay with PayPal. Four(4) Pieces are available.
A 4 piece Crystal Duck Set consisting of a Mama Duck and 3-Ducklings. Made by the Fostoria Glass Company of Moundsville, West Virginia. Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or scratches. Buyer to pay shipping and insurance costs. Pay with PayPal.
A finely executed Art Nouveau pinch form vase in the Candia Silberiris Diaspora pattern by Loetz, circa 1900. Very strong platinum blue irridescence with overtones of royal purple.5 1/2" Tall by 3 1/2" Diameter. Polished pontil and fire polished rim. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. The vase may be referenced on www.loetz.com or in BohmischesGlas 1880-1940 by Ricke.