The firm of Val St Lambert produced this eye-catching compote. It stands 5 1/2 in High by 5 1/2 Wide and is a fantastic golden yellow color. Covering the surface is an Art Deco pattern in Gold Gilding and an engraved pattern of grapes and leaves. Very good condition with some wear to gilding. An extremely rare piece of early European Art Glass that is hard to find on today’s' market.
A fantastic pair of iridescent art glass vases attributed to Loetz. These pieces are made of Amethyst glass covered by a superb layer or multi colored iridescence. Very good condition; 8 1/4 & 8 in High by 4 1/4 in Wide. Available as either a pair or separately.
This vase is a very fine example of the work produced by Rindskopf in Bohemia, circa 1910. It has a wonderful form, very strong irridescence and silver foil inclusions. Rarely do you find Bohemian pieces with foil inclusions, thus making this a must for the collector. Excellent condition, 6 in High by 4 in Wide. See loetz.com or Bohemian Glass by Truitt for more info on the company's history.
A fine example of the quality glass produced by Loetz in Bohemia, circa 1910. The vase has a beautiful green base color covered by a nice pattern of oil spots and lines, similar to their creta pampas pattern. Loetz called this pattern papillion after the French word for Butterfly wings. See loetz.com for a well documented history of this company. Excellent condition, 8 in High by 4 1/4 in WIDE
This stunning vase was made by the Pallme Konig firm in Bohemia, circa 1905-1915. They were contemporaries of the famous Loetz glass works and made pieces of equal quality.(See loetz.com or Bohemian Glass by Truitt for more info) The vase is a eye catching Amethyst base glass covered with some of the best rainbow irridescence I have ever seen. In addition it has a random raised threading and dot pattern on the surface. It measures 8 1/4 in High by 3 1/2 in Wide and is in very good condition. The ...click for details
A wonderful character or toby jug by Royal Doulton of England, circa 1951. This mug depicts UNCLE TOM COBBLEIGH in marvelous detail. The colors are crisp and make him appear very life like. Fully signed and dated on the base and in excellent condition. 6 Inches High. A super addition to any collection.
An early art glass vase made by Tischer in Karlsbad with enamelling, gold gilding and irridescence. This piece was made circa 1895 and has a great vine, leaf and flower motif covering the entire surface. The form is divided into a four lobed shape at the base with blue and red enameling and a tall cylindrical neck. The neck and part of the base has an irridescent red and black finish with gold gilding throughout. It measures 11 in High by 5 in Wide and is very good condition with some wear to th ...click for details
This monumental irridescent art glass vase was produced by Steven Lundberg in their "POUT" pattern. Its multi-colored drapery pattern is in the style of pieces made by Durand or Quezal. The overall condition is excellent and the dimensions of the vase are 11 3/4 in High by 5 1/4 in Wide. Signed "S. LUNDBERG GLASS ART 2000" on the base and has the original gold foil label.
This wonderfully large iridescent pitcher was made by Poschinger is a striking yellowish-orange color. It is covered with a dramatic hand applied drapery pattern in white and a fine multi hued irridization both inside and out. The handle is also hand applied and has a pronounced onion skin effect. It stands 10 in High by 5 in Wide at the base and has a polished pontil and fire-polished rim. Superb condition.
This monumental Pink Opalescent vase was produced in Pantin France, circa 1895 - 1910 by the firm of Stumpf, Touvier, Viollet & Cie. It has a terrific form with a flared four-lobbed base gracefully moving upwards into a tall elegant neck. The entire piece is hand decorated in heavy gold gilding depicting a flower and leaf motif with borders on the foot and rim. The flowers stand in high relief against the background that has a lightly acid etched surface. The base glass is a beautiful pink ...click for details