Blown glass decanter with rough pontil. 11 inches tall including pressed glass stopper. Possibly American. 18-19th century. A few small bubbles in body.
Bohemian cut glass vase. Cut back red to clear on sides. Base star cut underneath. Fine condition. No mark. 9 3/4 inches tall. Circa 1920.
5 inch tall blown glass vase with "pulled feather design". Unpolished pontil. ?Murano? Very good condition. No mark. Very heavy, possibly used as paper weight. Circa 1920.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : Italian : Murano : Pre 1920 item #1007941 (stock #4869)
Cobalt blue Murano glass trophy shaped urn or vase. Circa 1910-1920. About 10 1/2 tall and about 7 inches wide at rim. No mark. Excellent condition.
Covered box by Moser glass. Blue glass decorated in gilded leaf design. Brass edges and clip. No mark. Similar to plate no. 87 in "Moser Artistry in Glass" Baldwin and Carno. About 3 1/2 by 3 1/2 Inches.
Internal twist stem blown wine glass. One small bowl scratch. About 8 inches tall.
Pair of amethyst color Bohemian cut glass cordial glasses. Fine condition. Circa 1880. Grape vine decor. About 3 1/2 inches tall.
One tall internal twist in stem (clear) wine glass. Polished pontil. Fine condition. 19th century. About 10 inches tall.
2 small 18th century wine glasses with twist stems. One is slightly smaller than the other, one having a larger stem and bowl. Minimal usual flea bites on edge of bases and minimal stain on rim of one bowl. About 5 inches tall.
Hand blown 18th century wine glass with double cotton twist stem. Several very small chips at edge of base. No mark. 5 1/2 inches tall. Probably English. One small bubble in bowl.
Richard Sindler fine art & antiques
Two finely enameled Bohemian glass vases c. 1895 featuring marsh scenes with waterfowl attributed to Fritz Heckert (1868 - 1923). Excellent condition. Both measure 12.00 inches in height. No artist mark.
Fine Le Verre Francais blown glass lamp base copy. Measures 12.00 inches in height. Metal decor and original wiring. No shade. Signed on base. Unusual coloring and shape. Probably 1920's or 1930's.