Extremely rare Loetz art deco period (circa 1920) vase in red with applied cobalt handles and rim. The base is signed with the oval czech stamp and has a polished pontil. The vase is in fine condition and measures 7 1/2" tall and is 5 1/4" from handle to handle.
Venini bowl with red spiral decoration and a black base. The bowl is from 1983 and is in fine condition. The base of the bowl is sighed "Venini Italia 83" and there are also two original stickers on the bowl. It stands 4" high and is 8 1/2" across the top.
Pink iridescent (tall) handkerchief vase. This vase is venetian and from Circa 1960. It stands 8 1/2" tall and is 5 1/2" at its widest. The rim is fire polished and the pontil is smoothed but not polished. The vase is in fine condition.
A very fine Black and White Hardstone Agate cameo of a woman's profile in a beautifully ornate 18kt gold frame. Circa 1890's. The piece may be worn as either a pin or pendant. As expected from finer quality jewelery of the period, this piece may aslso serve as a watch holder. In very fine condition, measuring 1 3/4" long and just under 1 1/2" wide.
An early Loetz marmorietes glass vase in the rare rainbow decor. This vase has a great form reminiscent of a Genie Bottle, but with two applied handles. The vase has a fire polished rim and a polished pontil. Beautifully decorated with gold gilding and enamel highlights. Circa 1880's. This vase is in fine condition, it stands 9 1/4" tall and is 5 1/4" at its widest. References to this piece may be seen in the decor index on www.loetz.com and in Las Bohmisches Glas by Ricke.
Satsuma miniature vase in cobalt with a garden scene on one side and a mother and two children on the other (please see pictures). The vase is in great condition with no chips or cracks. It measures 2 1/2" tall and is 1 1/2" wide. This vase is also signed on the base.
Shell cameo in a 14kt white gold frame of a goddess in a chariot being pulled by four birds. The cameo measures just over 1 1/2" long and is 1 1/4" wide. The cameo doubles as a pin and pendant. Circa early 1900's.