Brilliant amber glass pitcher in the thumbprint pattern with applied clear shell-form handle. 8 3/4 inches high x 6 1/2" wide. Smooth polished pontil. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, repairs or any other blemishes. This pitcher has been in our collection for over 40years.
A barrel shape tumbler with engraved decoration of tassels and flower garlands. C 1810-20, Swedish Empire period (just before the enthronement of the still reigning Bernadotte dynasty). Polished pontil mark. Height " 3 ½ / 9,4 cm. Condition: fine.
A beautiful set of three emerald green roemers with cup bowls, applied prunts of the stem, and folded feet and polished pontils. Condition is excellent, with no chips, cracks, or restoration. The height of each is 4 7/16", with a bowl diameter of 2 1/2" and a foot diameter of 3".
NOTE: The price given is for the set of 3, but each can be purchased separately.
Unusual cranberry glass shade of bell form and having over 23 double foil bead and cut crystal drops, made circa 1900. The shade and drops measures 15cm high and the bulb holder hole measures 20mm / 13/16 of an inch in diameter. The photographs show the shade from all sides. The condition is excellent with only a few minor chips to the inside of the holes where the drops are attached, these were caused when the shade was drilled and not later damage, see photographs...
A beautiful double series opaque twist (DSOT) firing glass of dram size. The ogee bowl leads into a stem containing a central pair of spiral tapes with an 11 ply band outside of them. outside of an inner gauze.
The glass is 3 15/16" inches tall, with a bowl diameter of 2 inches and a foot diameter of 2 5/8 inches. Rough, snapped pontil. Excellent condition with no chips, polishing, or repairs.
Lovely example of 19th century pressed glass.Delightful pattern in flint glass. About 8 inches high and 8 1/2 inches in diameter. The lid has a small chip on the inner lid plus a few 'chigger bites' that cannot be seen when closed. The foot has a shallow chip that cannot be seen unless the piece is turned over (see photo). Ca. 1880-1891. EAPG rare pattern.
As this glass is almost an exact match with item #g1261, but with a very slightly larger bowl and foot, the description is the same: elegant in its form, and beautifully fashioned, this is a 7 1/4" tall English wine flute. The drawn trumpet bowl leads into a multiple spiral air twist (MSAT) stem above a conical foot with a rough, snapped pontil. The bowl diameter is 2 9/16" and the foot diameter is 2 7/8"...
A beautiful hyacinth bulb vase decorated in opaque white enamel overlay cut through in a panel and trailing vine design. The top is enhanced with a cobalt blue lip and the bottom is slightly footed and star-cut. The overall form is very elegant.
Origin: Bohemia, ca. 1880. Condition: very good; a 1/4" flake to the white overlay at the edge of one panel. Dimensions: 5-1/4" tall.
Elegant n its form, and beautifully fashioned, this is a 7 1/4" tall English wine flute. The drawn trumpet bowl leads into a multiple spiral air twist (MSAT) stem above a conical foot with a rough, snapped pontil. The bowl diameter is 2 1/2" and the foot diameter is 2 11/16". Condition is excellent, with no problems at all (the grayness in the bowl is due to the photograph). Good metal color, striations, and tooling.
For an almost identical glass see item #g1261.
The most common type of air twist found in mid-18th century English glasses is the multiple spiral air twist (MSAT). Double series air twists are occasionally found, but triple series twists are incredibly rare, with very few still in existence. This particular example has an ogee bowl leading into a stem with a central air core surrounded by a two ply heavy thread which is in turn surrounded by a three ply heavy thread...
Stunning blown shade glass pitcher with applied clear glass ribbed handle with shell form attachment. A polished pontil and tooled rim
add cache to this piece. A deep cranberry turns to a rich amber color, the thumbprint design adding interest. This pitcher is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. 8 1/2" x 8" x 7". Ca. 1880's. Postal quote at point of sale. Thank you.
Antique oval pressed and engraved crystal dresser box with gilt metal mounts. Probably French, Circa 1900.
3.5" x 4.5" x 3.5” tall
A beautiful wine glass rinser in a deep cobalt color. Polished pontil. No condition issues at all. Height 3 3/4", diameter 4 3/8".
A nicely fashioned English wine glass in a beautiful green color. The wide funnel bowl sits atop a stem with a triple merise, a medial bladed knop and a flattened basal knop. Polished pontil.
Condition is excellent, with no issues at all. The height of the glass is 5 1/8", with a bowl diameter of 2 3/4" and a foot diameter of 2 3/4".
A fantastic piece of Art Nouveau and one of the most sought after works by Daum Nancy, the famous studio, maker of high quality pâte de verre (glass paste) works since 1878.
This particular vase is one of the largest models of the genre, measuring 35.5 cm...
A truly interesting cup made by Daum, the legendary Art Nouveau studio, maker of high quality pâte de verre (glass paste) works since 1878.
This particular piece is made using the intercalaire technique, where the decoration is inserted between two layers of glass; a delicate process also used by Emile Gallé. Here, Monet-like impressionist yellow and white flowers radiate the energy of a more tranquil era.
The cup is in very good condition...
Rare red overlay mercury glass perfume bottle with a hinged sterling cap and original cut crystal stopper. In excellent condition, it measures 2.75" high by 2" diameter. Circa 1880.
A pair of antique blue-colored, controlled-bubble glass vases on ornate German silver-plate stands. In stand, each vase is 12 1/2 inches (32 cm) tall and 3 1/2 inches (9 cm) wide at the top. The glass vases are in excellent condition, the holders have expected, age-appropriate tarnishing (there is a slight amount of 'give' between the vase and the holder on one vase, which is typical of these holder-based glass vases)...