This pretty antique dresser box has a gilt metal frame and jade colored glass panel on top with floral engraved decorations in low relief, and three fitted compartments. Measures 8.5 by 3.2 by 2 inches. There are no visible cracks or losses.
This pretty and large vase by Loetz features the Creta Pampas method of decoration in a blue-green iridescent color. Its condition is excellent. There are no chips or visible cracks. Measures 9.3" tall and 6.2" across (23.6 by 15.7 cm).
This pretty Bohemian overlay glass vase features opaque milk glass, cut to clear, with gilded decorations a single cartouche with hand-painted floral bouquet. Measures 29 IN (74 CM).
This pretty nineteenth century glass perfume bottle features neoclassical figural decorations including eagles, maidens and cherubs. There are no visible cracks or restorations and some light wear to the decorations. Measures 8.7 in tall with stopper in place and 3.8" across. Additional images forwarded upon request.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Art Glass : Pre 1920 item #1098298 (stock #bp-219)
This glass vase with golden iridescent finish is believed to come from Victor Durand of the Vineland Flint Glass Works, Vineland, New Jersey. It is in excellent condition, with no visible cracks or losses. There are a few blemishes. It is unsigned. Measures approximately 9" tall. Additional images forwarded upon request.
This unique glass vase with diamond quilt pattern and coraline decoration is believed to date from the turn of the century, and is likely by Thomass Webb and Sons. It features ribbons of cased yellow, white and pale pink glass with a subtle diamond pattern, and crushed blue coraline with the appearance of sea grass. Condition is very good. There are no visible chips or cracks. Measures: 11.5 x 4.2 in. (29.2 x 10.7 cm).
This pretty Bohemian glass vase, circa 1890s and attributed to Josef Rindskopf, features a feathered marble finish in shades of red with black, grey and white glass veins. Condition is excellent, with no chips, visible cracks or repairs. Measures: 11 x 5 in (27.9 x 12.7 cm).
This pretty nineteenth century Bohemian compote ( comport ) of cased white and clear glass is decorated with painted fruit and flowers, with gold gilding along the edge. Base is weighted silver, likely silverplate as no hallmarks have been found. Measures 8.75" across and 7" high and weighs 2 lbs. 4 oz.
This beautiful antique glass vase, attributed to Moser, measures 16.25" tall and 9" across, and features a variegated blood red color and raised gilded decoration in the form of pine tree branches with raised cones. There are no deep scratches nor visible chips or repairs. Gilding near the rim shows heavy wear, consistent with age, but most of the tree branch decoration is intact. Underside is covered in worn felt which we have not removed...
This antique trade guild goblet with lid (or humpen) likely comes from the German state of Hesse and may date from as early as mid-seventeenth century. It features extensive enamel painted scenes depicting royalty and various animals in panels separated by Greek or Roman columns. It measures 17" tall and 6.75" across, and the beaker alone without top measure 12.75" tall. There are obvious losses to the enamel, but no visible repairs, chips or cracks...
This antique trade guild goblet with lid (or humpen) is dated 1658 and likely comes from the German state of Hesse. It features extensive enamel painted decoration including the symbols for five distinctive guilds. It appears to read " Kurfurstenhumpen Deckelhumpen REICHSADLERHUMPEN " with the names Hanß Bruchman Michel Biltcher and Hanß (F)ondman ". Writing on the rear has not been translated. It measures 17" tall and 6.75" across, and the beaker alone without top measure 13" tall...
This pair of cranberry red glass lustres dates from the nineteenth century and features gilded and jewelled decoration. This are no signs of restoration and their condition is very good and consistent with age. There is obvious wear to the decoration which can be seen in our images. Each measures 13" high and 6.25" across. This pair is on display in our client's gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City, and may be seen in person by appointment.