A fine 4 Leaf Clover shaped art glass bowl by Loetz, c.1910. The bowl has a fine iridescent finish, measures 9" across from corner to corner and is 2" tall. The bowl is in great condition with no chips or cracks. This piece would make a fine addition to any collection of Loetz, Bohemian or Czech glass and woud look equally as nice along side American or European pieces.
This ornately formed flower shaped bowl is done in aN Art Nouveau form by Loetz. The lovely green glass has a fine iridescent finish. Circa 1910. The bowl measures about 10 1/4" across the top and is 3 1/2" tall. The rim and pontil are polished. The bowl is in great condition and has no chips or cracks.
A beautiful pair of 800 silver asparagus tongs, circa 1900-1910. The bowls have a very ornate pierce work pattern. These tongs are in great condition with no damage and measure 6 3/4" long and are 2 1/4" wide.
Intricately designed silver plate grape shears. These shears are inscribed "Agnes from Mother" and dated 1872. They are in great condition, they show almost no wear. They measure 6 3/4" long 2 1/4" at the widest when they are closed and 4 1/2" wide when they are open.
Beautiful Art Nouveau pill box in sterling silver. The box has an embossed picture of a typical Art Nouveau woman. On the inside of the lid the previous owner had pasted on a clip out of a woman who looks similar to the one on the lid. The box measures just over 2" long 1 3/4" thick and is 1/2 deep.
Bohemian enameled and gilded art glass vase. The enamel on this vase is of a leaf and vines motif. The vase stands 7 3/4" tall and is 1 3/4" wide. It is in good condition, there are no chips or cracks. The enamel and gilding are also in good condition showing very little wear for its age. Circa 1900's
Bohemian art glass vase in white cut to green. This vase has a beautiful flower motif done in enamel with gold gilded accents. There is some wear in the gold gilding which is normal for its age. Over all the vase is in great condition with no chips or cracks anywhere on this piece. Circa 1910. The vase is about 5 3/4" tall and is 3 3/4" across the top.