This is a very rare vase by Imperial from their free hand line. Executed in green, their most sought after color, and in a form copied from Durand. Hanging hearts and vines decor in a silvery white on green background with Imperial's signature orange interior. C.1923 Stands 7 1/2" high and 5" at its widest. Polished pontil and fire polished rim.
A rare Art Nouveau vase by Loetz in rose pink with an etched floral decor and gold gilding, C.1900. Polished pontil and fire polished rim. See www.loetz.com for documentation and pictures of this decor. 7 inches tall by 4 inches wide at rim.
A very rare Loetz compote in the cobalt silberiris decor with applied candia silberiris scroll feet. Fire polished rim, rough pontil. Circa 1920's. Pieces similar to this are very rarely seen and the only similar one noted may be referenced in the Passau museum catalog. 4 1/2 inches tall by 6 1/4 inches in width.
A wonderful double gourd shaped vase by Loetz in the candia papillion decor.C.1900 Fire polished rim and polished pontil. See www.loetz.com for similar examples and documentation on this decor. Standing 8 1/2 inches in height by 6 inches in width.
Offered here is a monumental vase in the blue lustre decor by Durand. Standing 11 inches tall and 8 1/2 inches at its widest, this is one of the largest forms produced under the direction of Victor Durand at the Vineland, New Jersey glass house during the 1910's. Fire polished rim and polished pontil. See Durand The Man and His Glass by Meschi for documentation and examples.
A very nice miniature vase in a flowing Art Nouveau form by Loetz, circa 1900. Candia silberiris decor with silver overlay floral decoration. (Silver work attributed to the American silver company La Pierre who purchased many pieces such as this to decorate and sell to fine American retailers.) Fire polished rim and polished pontil. 3 1/2" tall and approx. 2 1/2" at the widest.
This Durand blue lustre vase with hanging hearts and vine pattern was made under the supervision of Victor Durand in the Vineland, New Jersey glass house circa 1910's. Fire Polished rim and signed on base. See Durand The Man and His Glass by Meschi for information and examples of this form and decoration. Stading 6 inches in height by 5 inches in width.