This decanter was made by the Fry Glass Company during the American Brilliant Cut Glass Era circa 1905. The stopper is faceted.
The decanter has hobstars and fans. There is cut rayed star on the base. It stands about 8 1/2" tall with the stopper. The base is 2 7/8" wide. It is marked Fry on the handle. There are no chips or damage that we can see or feel.
This is a very nice example of American Brilliant Cut Glass circa 1910. The glass is not marked with a manufacture name. It stands about 5" tall with the lid. The base top edge is 4 1/4" across and the bottom is 3 1/4" wide. The lid has ribbed cuts on the outside edge. The handle is hollow with ribbed cuts. There is the strawberry diamond pattern cut on the body. There is a cut rayed star on the wafer base. No chips or damage. Great clarity.
Nice example for the collector. Scarce fine silver overlay on a cobalt blue glass vase. Heavily decorated with rambling Art Nouveau vines and flowers, all with hand chased detail. American circa 1900. Dimensions: 6 1/2" H.
A fine Tiffany glass rich blue iridescent tile with a swirling motif. The back is marked PAT. APPL'D FOR. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Height 4", Width 4".
American Brilliant Cut Glass green vase. The is vase stands 7 5/8" tall. The top is 4 3/4" across and the base is 2 7/8" wide. There is some surface wear on the base. It fluoresces yellow when place under a black light. There are no manufacture marks on the glass. There are a couple of tiny chips on the center knob and one tiny chip on the base. Other than what is mention we do not see or feel anything else. Very nice condition circa 1900.
This is an absolutely gorgeous set of Bristol blue decanters with gilding, ca. 1780. They
are labeled "Rum", "Hollands" (gin) and
"Brandy". The stoppers have the
corresponding letters (see photos). They are
in the original holder of wood and leather
This is an unusual Bohemian cranberry colored art glass goblet with a sulphide portrait of a man. Sulphide is a silvery looking opaque
medallion enclosed in transparent glass. The process was attempted in Bohemia as early as 1750 but the French achieved success in the early 19th century...
These distinctive ruffled top blue glass were hand blown and decoratively painted in or around the English city of the same name. As in all hand blown glass, even pairs of things have slight differences in color, size, conformation and decoration. It is really unusual to find a pair this pretty, undamaged together. They must have spent the majority of their time in a protected cabinet. The hand-painting is still vivid and lively and much of the gold accent lines still exist...
CONDITION: Very good, with only slight mineral deposits in the base of the vase. No cracks, No chips, No damage.
14" tall VENETIAN STYLE VASE, in mottled pink with included gold; clear rigaree neck ring, fluted ball knop, folded foot rim, sharp pontil. Unsigned.
Measurements are about 14" tall, 6-5/8" widest part, 1-1/2" deep at widest part, 2" rim diameter, 4-5/8" foot diameter.
Exact age and origin unknown.
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Unusual and desirable FRENCH OPALINE GLASS CACHEPOT, JARDINIERE, or PLANTER with hand-painted Floral Catouche outlined in Rococo gilt. Unsigned.
Measures about 5-1/4" tall, 4-1/2" rim diameter and 4-1/4" inside rim diameter.
Exact age unknown.
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A rare surviving piece of genuine Venetian "Ice Glass," attributed to the Barovier Furnaces of the 1890s. This magnificent spherical ice glass vase was once a lamp; the abusive hole which accommodated the lamp rod has been superbly restored by a now deceased master craftsman. The repair is so well done that it is only detectable after one has been told of it. We also believe he did some smoothing to one of the handles, but the former owner was unaware of that...
This is a very nice cut glass crystal compote made by Libbey circa 1900. It has great engraving of flowers. The flowers are fuschias. The center stem is twisted and decorated. The compote stands 5 5/8" tall. The width across the top is 7 13/16". The decorated base measures 4 3/8". No chips or damage. Super condition. It is from the American Brilliant Cut Glass Era.
A very beautiful 19th. century Bohemian ruby glass scent bottle and stopper. It is gilded with trailing foliage and has a white glass snake entwined around the neck. It is in perfect condition and has an overall height of 31 cms.
Antique circa 1910 hand blown, Art Nouveau iridescent glass vase attributed to Loetz with hand painted enamel flowers decoration, slightly raised above the surface of the glass...
This is an English cut glass knife rest circa 1900. It is just under 4 1/2" wide. It is about 1 1/" tall. There are cut stars on each end. There are notched prism cuts between the handle ends and on the handle. A small air bubble is within the glass in the center of the rest. No chips or damage.