American Handblown Trevaise Glass Art Glass Vase, c. 1907-08. Made by the Alton Manufacturing Co. in Sandwich, Mass. This kind of glass was only made for one year. Floral pattern on gold background. Perfect condition. 12 1/2 inches.
Trevaise Art Glass Vase, c. 1907-08. Made by Alton Manufacturing Co., Sandwich, Mass. This kind of glass was made for only a year. Feather decoration. Perfect condition. 13 inches.
Rare New Jersey Blown Glass Rolling, c. 1870. No chips, cracks or restorations.
Loetz Vase, 7" high 3 1/2" wide at base, fire polished rim and pontil, in Phanomen Gre 2/351 AKA "Argus" in Spreading Chestnut Color, circa 1902; signed "Loetz Austria" on base, Fine Color and Iridescence, for more info. see www.Loetz.com books by Ricke or Neue Gallerie.
Loetz Art Nouveau Vase, 6 5/8" high, 4 7/8" wide, 2 1/2" base; fire polished rim and pontil with Undulating Body and Pinched Form at neck, circa 1905; for info www.Loetz.com or books by Ricke and Neue Gallerie and Passau Catalogue (Astraa Decor).
Loetz Vase, 9 1/2" high, 3 /2" wide 2 /14" base, in Unusual Creta Giselle Decor, fire polished rim and pontil, circa 1899, for more info. and pictures see www.Loetz.com (uncommon decor)
Extremely Large Loetz Vase,11 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide, 5" base, in Phanomen Gre Giselle Decor, circa 1900, see www.Loetz.com or Neue Gallerie or Ricke Book for info.
A beautiful pair of late 19th. century French cut glass and silver mounted scent bottles. The inner collar of each one is marked with the maker's name and the top and bases are all hallmarked. They are in good condition and are 23 cms. high.
A beautiful Thomas Webb Burmese glass epergne with a decorated central Fairy lamp and six small vases. The epergne is also complemented with three decorated Webb Burmese vases. Overall in very good condition - there is a small chip where the Clarke candle-holder sits on the epergne (hidden with candle-holder in place), a small chip on the ring of one of the small vases and roughness to another ring...
This pressed glass stopper reminds us of early 20th century cruet stoppers and it is probably from that era. It is in the shape of a hand holding a billy club or bat. It measures 4 3/4" tall. The plug is 3/4" wide. We do not know what type of a bottle it came from. We do not know if this was how it came originally or if it was painted at a later date. There are no chips or damage.
Rare Loetz Vase; 7 1/4" high, 5 1/2" wide, 5" base, in Orange Hue of Phanomen Gre 6893, circa 1900, for more info. see www.Loetz.com and Books by Ricke and Neue Gallerie.
Loetz Vase, 5 1/2" high, 5" wide, 2 1/2" base; in Flamirion Decor by Leopold Bauer for info. see Neue Gallerie Book, circa 1905.
Very Rare Loetz Vase in Cobalt Phanomen Gre 377 (Brain Pattern); 7 1/2" high4 3/4' wide, 2 2/8" base; circa 1902, exceptional color and iridescence, for info. see Ricke Books and Neue Gallerie Book.
A fine glass decanter decorated with an all over sterling silver overlay. Condition is excellent. Dimensions: Height 8", Width 7".
Extremely Rare and Fine Floraform Loetz Vase in Pink Medici Decoration with Applied Green Leaves and Foot, circa 1902, fire polished rim(s); see Neue Gallerie Book and Loetz.com for more information.
10 3/4" high, 4 1/2" wide, 4 1/2" base (smaller piece), 11 1/8" high, 5 1/8" wide, 4 1/2" base.
Art Nouveau Double Pinch Form Loetz Vase, 4 1/2" high, 3 1/2" wide, 2" base, with fire polished rim, in Very Rare Russian Green Color "Medici" circa 1902, see www.Loetz.com or books by Ricke or Neue Gallerie.
Very Rare Loetz Phanomen Gre Vase in unidentified decor number, 7 3/4" high, 5" wide, 2" base, fire polished rim, circa 1900, see Neue Gallerie and Ricke Books or Passau Museum Catalog for more info.
Loetz Vase in Tulip form and fire polished rim, 9" high 3 1/2" wide at base.