Steuben Green Jade glass water pitcher in an optic swirl pattern. A contrasting Alabaster glass handle is upon the side. Frederick Carder design number 6232 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 214. Circa 1920's. Signed with Fleur de Lys mark beneath. 9 1/4" H., 6 3/4" W.
Lovely pair of Frederick Carder Steuben candlesticks in the highly collected twist-stem form. The clear glass twist columns are beautifully contrasting with an optic swirl Pomona Green foot and candle cup. Stunning! Original Carder design #686 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 160. Circa 1920's. 10" H.
Set-of-five Art Deco Bimini glass liqueurs. Green foot and cup with a white nude as the stem. The Bimini workshop was founded in Austria in 1923 from Franz Lampl. The whimsical Austrian set, circa 1930. 3 3/8" H. each
Set-of-six elaborately wheel-cut crystal cocktail glasses made by the famous Thomas Webb workshop of Stourbridge. Etched florals are within cut garland medallions about the bowl of the elegant design. Geometrically cut stems enhance the form, which is ideal for Champagne as well. England circa 1920's. 6" H. each
Set-of-six extensively wheel-cut crystal wine glasses made by the famous Thomas Webb workshop of Stourbridge. Rambling etched and cut florals cover the bowl of each glass. A heavy cut stem enhances the elegant form. England circa 1920's. 7 1/8" H. each
French blue opaline box with a hinged top. The tall, round form is cut into diamond patterns. A detailed, gilded foliate-pattern mount completes the design. Made in France circa 1920. 2 3/8" W., 3 3/4" H.
Quite whimsical! Glass cocktail shaker in the form of a fire extinguisher in rare-to-find red glass with white enamel recipes. The variety of 24 recipes includes Bronx, Cloverleaf, and of course, Martini. A wafer-form strainer is housed beneath the shaker's extinguisher-wheel top. American circa 1930's. 11 3/8" H. *** Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality period Art Deco era cocktail shakers - From classic to figural forms - Over 75 examples in our stock at all times - Many not listed on our site ***
Steuben ribbed compote with Gold Aurene on Calcite. Iridescent violet-rose tones and silvery blues highlight the Aurene. A Calcite foot and stem support the form. Frederick Carder's design number 2760 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner, page 172. Circa 1920. 2 3/4" H., 6" W.
Steuben optic swirl vase in French Blue glass. The gently flaring form is Frederick Carder's original design number 6030, as illustrated on page 277 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner, circa 1920. 7 1/8" H., 7 1/8" W.
Fine and unusual example. High Art Deco amber glass decanter with two-tone gold enamels in both a shiny as well as a matte finish. Decanter is cut into 12 vertical panels. Stylized Art Deco enamel work adorns the form. A complementing, geometrically cut and enameled stopper completes the stunning design. Made in Czechoslovakia circa 1925. 8 3/4" H., 4 1/2" W.
Art Deco red enamel decanter with four glasses. Unusual stepped-form decanter with two cut, geometric, horizontal bands. Each band enameled and further cut into seven decorated alternating panels. A high Art Deco, stepped stopper crowns the top. Pedestal-form geometric red enamel glasses complete the stunning set. Made in Czechoslovakia circa 1925. 7 5/8" H., decanter; 2 3/8" H. each glass.
Figural dumbbell cocktail shaker in ruby red glass. Among the whimsical Prohibition-era creative forms. Made by the W. Virginia Specialty Glass Co., circa 1937. Complete with its original wire stand for practical display. 13" L.
Steuben Rosaline glass footed bowl with applied Alabaster curved loop handles. Lovely functional form ideal for fruit or flowers. Original Frederick Carder design number 6081, as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 150. 3 3/4" H., 6 1/4" W., 12 1/4" L.
Beautifully stylized Art Deco vase. Black enamelled foliate designs are acid-etched along with hand-cut detail. Metallic enamel accents further enhance the bold, octagonal form with its geometric molded base. Made in Czechoslovakia circa 1925. 9 3/4" H., 7 1/8" W.
Set of eight very fine quality Art Deco cut crystal wine goblets. Thick walled "Gaulois" pattern made by Val St. Lambert in Belgium, circa 1928. Unusual geometrically cut stepped design; stem in amber crystal supporting clear and cut goblet. Excellent condition. Dimensions: Height 4 1/4", Diameter 2 3/4", circa 1928.
Green Jade vase in an optic rib pattern. Steuben's bulbous form with flared opening is Frederick Carder's original design number 2533. An example is pictured in another color in "Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass," by Dimitroff, page 210. 5" H.
Bold and beautiful Ikora Kristall vase made by the WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) workshop in Germany circa 1949. The striking baluster form was created under the direction of Karl Wiedmann. Internally decorated in rich teal greens with golden highlights which rise from the bottom against a contrasting green background. 11 3/8" H., 6 1/2" W.
Optic Rib Gold Aurene Steuben vase. The vase, with its bulbous bottom and flared opening, is Frederick Carder's original design number 2533. Circa 1920's. An example in another color is pictured on page 210 of "Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass," by Dimitroff. 5" H.