Spectacular Venetian iridescent glass ewer-no repairs or condition problems-large size 14 inches tall--great color and design
Rare pair Venetian Murano solid glass cockatoos-unsigned-gold fleck and lattacino work-no condition problems or repairs-13 inches tall-spectacular
Charming Italian Murano glass small compote with the colors of the rainbow-Dolphin motif -ruffled edges-no condition problems or repairs-5 inch diameter-3.5 inches high-beautiful
Fascinating Italian Murano Venetian glass sweet meat bowl-colors are stunning-swans neck serves as handle-swirl glass is strikingly multi colored with gilt overall-may be chips on wings of swam not obvious--6 inches wide and 5.5 inches high--no repairs-
Superb Italian Venetian Murano glass bud vase swith dolphin motif-no condition problems or repair-6.75 inches high
Delightful Italian Venetian Murano glass sweet meat dish with swan motif-no repairs or condition problems--5.25 high and 5 inches wide-
Unusual Venetian Glass Murano gilt glass cruet- example of art and function fused-has lip to pour and glass handles-no repairs or condition problems-6.75 inches tall-ca 1900s
Pretty, circular mid 19th century pin or brooch. Flower mosaic made up of extremely thin glass tesserae set in a white metal frame. Diameter "1/ 2,5 cm. Condition: a few of the grayish tesserae missing (cf. photos).
Pretty pin or brooch, made in the late 19th century or around 1870. Flower mosaic made up of minimal glass tesserae set in a brass frame. Diameter "1 / 2,5 cm. Condition: fine.
Delightful Italian Murano glass bon bon dish-finely made-6 inches high wth 4 inch diameter-no condition problems-no repairs. special piece for your bon bons
Pale green iridescent footed compote with applied pink decoration. Chip to rim ( see photo) 6 inches high.
A Pair of Hand Blown and Enameled Goblets, Italian, circa 1900
The elongated goblet is raised on a short and hollow stem supported by a slightly domed and round base. The entire piece is enameled with gold, peach, blue, pinky red and green. The glasses have bands, scroll work, script monogram and a reserve depicting two cherubs by a globe near a semi nude woman.
Size: 5 ¾” high 3 ½” diameter
$500.00 / pair
sale price $400.00
Italian enamelled and gilt dish by the company of Salviati, Venice, late 19th century. Engraved gold leaf decoration and enamelled in green, black and white, possibly by Francesco Toso Borella. Polished pontil. Diameter: "6 ½ / 16,5 cm. Condition: wear to the gilt decoration (cf. pictures).
An unusual pair of hand blown Venetian ruby glass footed compotes, the conal shape body with an overall crisscross design, a crimped opening and ruffled applique decoration, the applique and tripod feet of clear glass with imbued gold dust. Note the slightly differing heights of approximately 8 " and 8 1/2".The diameters are approximately 5". Murano, Italy, c. 1900 Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6.35% state sales tax...
A Venetian ruby glass footed oval shape compote with raised crisscross decoration, featuring a ruffled design mouth and curled handles in clear glass imbued with gold dust. Murano, Italy c. 1900. Overall dimensions: 11 1/4" W x 7 1/2" D x5 1/4" H. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6.35% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply...
A Blue Threaded Pattern Hand Blown Glass Ewer with Unfinished Pontil. Venetian, circa 1910-1920. Dimensions 15" high x 5.5" wide. Excellent condition.
An unusual amethyst color glass compote on a canary yellow bulbous shape footed stem, surmounted by a band of similar color leaves, the body and stem of a raised, ribbed design, the stem imbued with gold dust. Italy, Early 20th Century. 8" H x 6 1/4" dia. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply...
Set of three remarkably preserved antique stylized swans by Fratelli Toso. I have seen these attributed to Salviati however, on a recent trip to Venice I showed these to an antique dealer specializing in antique Venetian Glass and he showed me some documentation with images that confirms these to indeed be Fratelli Toso, made in 1890. This dealer had a few of these in his display and he said that they are hard to find without chips to the beaks and tails...