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 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.
This matching pair of antique lustre flower vases in amber glass feature dark ribbons and streaks of color. Each measures 10.5" high and 5" across. Excellent condition, with only flea bite nicks visible along the etched surfaces of the sides and underside. No chips or cracks. Cut glass pendants are clear, and only appear colored due to use of flash during photography. These items come from an impressive collection of antique Bohemian and French glass numbering over 150 items...
This pretty glass bowl is unsigned and attributed to Loetz, but may have been made by Rindskopf. It measures 10.5" across and 4.2" high and weighs 1 lbs. 12 oz. It feature an interior of green iridescent glass with thumb print design, with graduated violet-red and purple border. This piece is in excellent condition. There are no damages or repairs. This item resides with our client in Larchmont NY (Westchester County) and may be seen by appointment.
Included here is an antique Bohemian enamelled and gilded bowl and matching underplate attribued to Moser. Plate measures 6.5" across and bowl on plate measures 3.5" high. This pair date from the nineteenth century. Condition is good. There is a small chip from the rim of the bowl and a tiny chip from a point along the scalloped edge fo the plate.
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This unique vase by Kralik of Bohemia measures 9" high and 10" across and weighs 6 lbs. 8 oz. It has a narrow waist and pinched rim, and features iridescent golden and purple streaks. Excellent condition, with no visible cracks or repairs. No signature. Polished pontil. A similar piece is shown and discussed at www.loetz.com.