CONDITION: Very good with expected gilt losses, ash and other inclusions, internal bubbles and folds, all typical and accepted of mouthblown glass of this era.
Exquisite and rare PAIR of very early FRENCH BLUE OPALINE Glass BUD or 'Pocket' VASES, in diamond shape, with attached ringed stem, extending to the foot. Hand-enameled floral and leaf design in raised white, with touches of gilt throughout...
Late 19th to early 20th Century Open Salt or Small Bowl, green with profuse gold inclusions; fluoresces under black light and can be seen slightly in photos; three ribbed, pod feet; bowl and feet all with sharp pontils; 3" dia., 1-3/8" high. Perfect condition. ca. 1870-1914. $8 US shipping.
This piece is likely by Loetz, as it has several characteristics inherent to the famed glass manufacturer. The pontil is polished, and large, typical of Loetz; the acid "Czechoslovokia" signature is separated as was one of the typical signatures of Loetz; and lastly, the quality is outstanding, and in keeping with that quality of Loetz. We do not guarantee Loetz is the manufacturer, but strongly suggest it...
19th Century Venetian Art Glass Dessert Bowl, octagonal with aquamarine blue exterior "tadpole" drop applications, as well as matching aqua on rim of bowl and on the attached foot. There is a fine layer of gold dust throughout the entire piece; slightly sharp pontil. The rim has a very tiny, inert, open bubble, original to manufacture, and quite normal and common in 19th Century mouthblown glass (seen in photo 2 at 5 o'clock position). 5" diameter, 3" high, 3" dia. foot. c. 1865-1875...
Loetz Vase in Green Metallin Decor with Silver Overlay in Floral Decoration by Alvin. 6 " high, 3 1/2" wide, 2" base. Circa 1905
Loetz Vase in Candia Silberiris Decor. 7 1/2" high, 4 3/4" wide, 2 1/2" base. Fire polished rim and ground pontil. Circa 1920's. Signed on base with oval Czech Mark.
A very attractive veilleuse (side lamp) dating from the beginning of the 20th century, around 1920, towards the end of the Art Nouveau period.
It was made in the Daum crystal studio, in France...
Medium round cut glass jewel box, circa 1906. Measures approximately 6" wide on bottom, 5.75" on top, 2.75" high, and 2lb 7.4oz. Three flower and foliage pattern on top, cut circles on sides, and star burst on bottom. Apart from some aging on metal rim, in very good condition.
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Extensively detailed and fine silver overlay work covers the surface of this emerald green glass vase. An abundance of chased flowers enhance the bulbous bottom as they travel upward on the elongated neck. Stamped marks for the Alvin silver workshop of Rhode Island circa 1900. Dimensions: 10" H.
Gorgeous large round cut glass dresser box by Egginton, C.F. Monroe Co, circa 1906-1916. The box features a wonderful cut and etched floral design with a sterling rim. It measures 8" in diameter x 4" tall, and is in very good condition.
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A fine wine glass, or goblet, with an ogee bowl with fluting on the lower two thirds. The stem is a double series opaque twist comprised of a multi-ply corkscrew outside of a central multiply corkscrew. Conical foot with a rough snapped pontil.
The glass is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or restoration, and displays good color and tooling marks. The height is 6 3/8", with a bowl diameter of 3" and a foot diameter of 3 1/4".
Late 19th to early 20th Century Diminutive Art Glass Cordial Set, consisting of Aqua Decanter with applied amber handle (6" x 4" diameter) and enameled amber stopper (not original to the set and not a perfect fit); accompanied by four small Aqua Cordials in the form of square cups with amber handles (about 1.25" square, and just over 1.50" tall). All pieces are comprised of wide interior shadow ribbing, giving a wonderful sparkle to the set...
A large Saxon (German) hunting glass with a thistle bowl, beautifully engraved with a castle, a mounted horseman, 4 dogs, and two geese and with a facet cut lower section. The stem is facet cut with a large facet cut stepped angular knop. Folded foot.
Despite what it might seem in the poor photos, the glass is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, clouding, or restoration. The height is 8 1/4", with a bowl diameter of 3 1/8" and a foot diameter of 3 5/8".
Late 19th Century, attributed to Fratelli Toso, venetian Art Glass bowl with much included gold, applied tool-worked pink leaves and crystal foot with rolled edge; sharp pontil. 5" diameter, 2.5" high, 3" foot diameter. Excellent condition. c. 1890-1900. $14 US shipping for one; $20 for two. [two available]
Purely elegant Art Nouveau. Brilliant emerald green glass large bulbous perfume flacon with fine silver overlay work. Rambling minutely detailed silver pendant flowers and undulating vines dance about the surface of the bottle. A complementing rounded stopper with silver florals completes the design. Stamped sterling. American circa 1900. Dimensions: 5 1/2" H.
Art Nouveau green glass vase with a pinched trumpet form top. A large chased silver open flower winds about the surface. Sweeping tendrils and vines complete the footed form. Stamped Deposit 821. American circa 1900. Dimensions: 5 7/8" H.
Stunning Kralik glass vase decorated in deep turquoise and golden tones. Bold Art Nouveau silver overlay flowers and rambling vines are upon the baluster form. Finely chased details enhance the silver work by the Alvin silver workshop of Rhode Island circa 1905. Wilhelm Kralik Sohne was founded by Josef Meyr in Austro-Bohemia circa 1815. Dimensions: 6 1/4" H.
Kralik Glatt Silberiris vase with fine silver overlay. Cased golden iridescent pinched vase with a rose orchid interior. Art Nouveau chased silver flowers and vines embellish the form. Wilhelm Kralik Sohne was founded by Josef Meyr in Austro-Bohemia circa 1815. Silver overlay bears marks from La Pierre of New York, N.Y., and Newark, N.J., circa 1905. Dimensions: 4 1/4" H.