Cut horizontal bands surround the circumference of this high Art Deco crystal cocktail shaker. A stepped cap and strainer section crown the top. A wow example pure in design! Made in England circa 1925. Dimensions: 9" H.
Art Nouveau iridescent glass vase c.1900
Beautiful Art Nouveau iridescent glass vase made circa 1900. The ribbed green glass vase is covered in a blue, pink and gold iridescence. The vase measures approximately 21.5 cm hight. The base has a ground and polished pontil, see detail photograph. The photographs show the vase from all sides. The condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or any restoration, this I guarantee, see my returns policy. I am happy to ship worldwide...
A beautiful unsigned Webb cameo vase in blue with white morning glory decoration and white decorative rim. The 4 inch tall bulbous vase is 3 1/2 inches in diameter.
A six inch diameter white over citron cameo biscuit barrel. The 4 1/2 inch tall piece is decorated in a pattern of morning glories and leaves. The fittings are silverplate including the nut and leaves finial on the lid. The biscuit barrel is unsigned.
A set of 5 green cut to clear wine glasses. The 6 inch tall wines are cut in a floral pattern swags of beading. The bottom of the cup is cut with 6 facets where it joins the clear stem. The clear foot is cut in a complimentary pattern.
Beautiful colorless crystal cologne bottle or small decanter with hollow acorn stopper. The bottle is wheel cut with a floral pattern on the bottle and stopper. The foot is also wheel cut with stylized leaves and the neck of the bottle is cut in panels. The stopper is original. This unmarked Webb bottle of inverted baluster form stands 9 ½ inches tall with the stopper and is 3 inches in diameter.
A Pair of Alana Hock Wine Glasses by Waterford
The globular bowl is decorated in a cut diamond pattern and raised on a tapering paneled stem and supported on a round base. The base is marked “Waterford” This is a great gift for a wedding present or house warming.
Size: 7 ½” high 3” diameter (rim)
A sweet Webb decorated satin Burmese bulbous vase with square top. The vase is 3 7/8 inches tall and is decorated with green, brown, and yellow prunus flowers. The 3 inch diameter vase has a polished pontil and is unmarked.
Set-of-Twelve cherry form cocktail picks made of cherry red glass. Most unusual and delightful! Each cherry mounted on its silvered skewer is in the original fitted velvet lined box. retailed by Boodle & Dunthorne Ltd. in Liverpool circa 1930. Dimensions: 3 1/4" L Each.
This Bagley English Art Deco plate is made from frosted amber glass and measures 7.75" wide and is in excellent condition. The base is finely cut glass. It was made pre 1975. The reduced price is $25.00 plus postage and insurance.
We offer for purchase this Vintage circa late 1960's WATERFORD CRYSTAL Booklet/Pamphlet. This item is titled "Signed Originals by Waterford." The booklet, in Black and White images and print show the stunning array of Patterns and Shapes by Waterford and the prices at that time as well. There is also a "MEMO" included from then President of Waterford, John Miller, President, Waterford Crystal, 225 Fifth Avenue New York 10010...
A small globular 1930s sapphire blue crackle glass vase painted in coloured enamels with three sprigs of seaweed. Condition - very good - no damages and no repairs. 4.5cm (1.75inches) high.
Crystal is nicely cut in diamond patterns with additional cut patterns rising upward. Silver mounts have gadroon edging as well as engine turning. Made in England circa 1930's. 8 3/4" H.
Heavy glass "Cock"-Tail shaker with an etched rooster or cockerel upon its side. Silvered cap and strainer section with gadroon edging. Made by James Dixon & Sons in Sheffield circa 1925. Dimensions: 8 1/4" H.
Pretty close pack mille fiore paperweight, perhaps by Peter Marshall. Background color is deep amethyst with unground pontil. Diameter is 2 5/8 inches, height is 1 1/2 inches, condition is very good with no bruises, chips, cracks or scratches. Note the pointy, star like canes and nice twists dividing the field of fiore. There is no signature "P" cane which is why I place it early in the production of these nice contemporary weights.