A lovely Art Nouveau etched and enameled cameo glass perfume bottle by Cristalleries Saint-Louis. The design features a design of enameled thistles against a frosted-ice background. The enameling is done in multiple shades of yellowish-green, mauve and violet. The rim is highlighted with a simple band of gilding echoed by the gilt star at the top of the lapidary stopper. The bottom has a large polished pontil...
Fine enameled lobmeyer with allegorical scenes, height of goblet is 8-1/4 with width of 4 inches, no condition issues noted.
Six barrel shaped Anglo Irish tumblers or rummers from the Georgian period, c 1820-30. Panel and flute cut, with polished pontil marks. Height "3 ¾/ 9,5 cm. Condition: fine, with small inclusions and air bubbles (an age sign).
A small Anglo Irish wine / port / dram glass from the Georgian period, c 1820-30. Panel and flute cut, the stem with diamond cut knop. Polished pontil mark and a small air bubble to the foot (an age sign). Height "4/ 10 cm. Condition: fine.
This is an original painting of a Victorian Building.
It is signed by a French artist Tuse, and the year 1825 is signed.
Measures 2"x 3".
Framed in metal, a metal chain to hang this miniature is attached.
U S Glass Company made this Bohemian set. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Large French Baccardat style gilt metal and crystal vase, having fine cast floral sprays with urn mounts, late 19th/early 20th century period. Size; Height of vase is 14 inches, in great condition, no condition issues noted.
Antique pair of French hand painted & enameled glass vases. depicting children playing instruments & reading, from 1900s period. Size; Height of each vase is 112 inches, in excellent condition, no condition issues noted. Provenance; Private Rochester, NY collection.
Finely crafted cranberry enameled covered glass jar with painted portrait, 19th century period. Size; Height of lidded jar is 9 inches, some wear to gold highlights, otherwise very good condition.
Victorian art glass vase with applied flowers, 19th century period. Size; Height of this fine vase is 12-1/2 inches with no condition concerns. Provenance; The Dr. Richard & Jill Pope Collection.
Group German style sterling silver and etched glass barware, early 20th century period. (8) pcs., incl. (2) matched decanters, mark of Edward Ball Co., NY; (5) glasses retailed by S. Wyler, Inc., NY; and (1) English decanter bottle, circa 1902, maker B. Muller & Son, 11.5"h x 4.25"w x 3.5"d (tallest). Condition Report; Good condition, no issues noted.
Loetz Vase (Oil spot ? decor) circa 1900;
Turquoise with Orange /Red specks slight silver iridescence.Unsigned.Excellent condition.No damages.
Height: 13 cm
Diameter: 7 cm
White with red colour oxyds.Slight silver iridescence.Circa 1900.Unsigned.
Excellent condition. No damages.
Height: 26 cm
Diameter: 10 cm
A beautiful example of cut glass from the turn of the century. A 20
point cut star on the base. The handle notched. Heavily cut 14 inch
pitcher. Condition:excellent condition with no apparent damage. All
teeth undamaged, no cracks or repairs. A very tiny broken bubble nearthe lip. Normal wear to the base. The pitcher weights 7 lbs.
Unmarked. Ca. 1900.
A beautiful example of cut glass from the
turn of the century. A 20 point cut star on
the base. The handle notched. Heavily cut 14 inch pitcher. Condition - excellent conditionwith no apparent damage. All teeth undamaged, no cracks or repairs. A very tiny broken
bubble near the lip. Normal wear to the
base. The pitcher weights 7 lbs. Unmarked.
Wallace sterling silver & cut glass pitcher, sterling collar and brilliant cut glass by R.Walace & Sons, late 19th/early 20th century period, measurements as follows; H: 9.25'' W: 5'' D: 4.5''. No condition issues noted.
Very nice pair of antique amber glass apothecary jars with round lids and original labels dating to the 1880's. The glass is very heavy with no chips or cracks. Each jar measures 7" high and 3" across. One label is marked PIPERAZINUM and the other one is marked ACIDUM ACETYLSALICYLICUM. A great addition to your collection!
Gorgeous English antique sterling silver lid and screw collar Emerald green perfume bottle with Emerald green stopper. The silver is hallmarked Birmingham 1899 and the lid has a couple of dents and pin dots. The collar is hallmarked also. The gorgeous Emerald green glass is etched on one side The Crown Perfumery Company London. There are no chips or cracks to the glass. The stopper has a large finial and there is a large bubble inside of the finial...