This is a tall stemware cut crystal that looks like it can be used for wine or water.
The age is circa 1900.
The condition is good.
The cut crystal goblet measure 7 1/2" tall. It measures 3" across and 10 6/8" in circumference around the outside of the goblet bowl.
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Moser glass fluted bowls and fluted underplates with raised gold gilding. Bowl is 4.5 inches in diameter and 2.75" high. Diameter of underplate is 6.25" and with the bowl measure 3" high. Some minor wear.
A fine example of an English lead metal antique air twist glass. The ogee bowl is above a multiple spiral air twist (MSAT) stem above a conical foot with a rough pontil.
The condition is excellent, with no chips, scratches, or restoration. Good color, striations, and tooling marks. The height is 6 1/8", with a bowl diameter of 2 1/8" and a foot diameter of 2 1/2".
Here is a beautiful piece made from emerald-green glass and gold-toned metal. It is unmarked, but we were told by a glass specialist that it is from England. It’s approximately 5” tall and 2-3/8” across the bottom. The gold-toned lid has cut-outs in the shape of stars – charming! It is in excellent condition, and circa 1900. The photos are part of the description, so please examine them carefully. Thanks! We do lay-away. Shipping, handling & insurance within the USA included.
This high standard compote is of extra generous size to show off its many virtues. The bowl is McKee and Brothers (1853-99) Shell pattern also known as Fans with Diamonds. It would date to c. 1880.
The ring of the lid and its weight indicate lead or flint...
This exceptional low standard compote is a regal treasure of high craftsmanship. It stands on a broad circular foot from which rises a short stem which supports a wide bowl decorated in three bands, the lower being hatched diamonds, the main having a stippled ground with molded flowers, scrolls, and highly stylized fleur de lys, and the final band being of clear glass. The lid is similarly designed topped with a rich acorn-like finial.
The pattern is DUNCAN & MILLER NO...
A fine pair of mirror image blue opaline glass vases with enameled butterflies and flowers. Attributed to Thomas Webb & Sons, these date circa 1860-1880. The vases are in excellent antique condition with only loss to the gilt on the rims and an area on the back. Measures 12.75" high x 5.5" diameter. A truly beautiful and rare find.
An exceptional Tiffany Studios floriform bud vase in the form of a calyx. The yellow-green stem rises to a vase of creamy opalescence with gold leaves extending from the base to the clear rim. The 7 3/8 inch tall vase is signed "L. C. T. H2262" on the small polished pontil mark. The prefix “H” on the number dates this piece to 1897. The foot of the vase is 2 1/4 inches in diameter and the rim is 5/8 of an inch in diameter.
Turn-of-the-century Austrian Art Nouveau glass vase with engraved silver overlay. Round and straight with bellied top and short inset neck. Overlay in form of bold flower heads joined by tendrils and framed by 3 teardrop lines. Glass iridescent green with golden shimmer. Fine condition.
Dimensions: H 5 1/8 x W 3 3/4 x D 3 1/2 in. #BR778
An English antique ale glass with an elongated ogee bowl raised on a double series opaque twist (DSOT) stem containing a pair of corkscrews outside of a pair of heavy spiral threads.
The glass stands 7 7/8 inches tall, with a bowl diameter of 2 1/8 inches and a very wide stance foot diameter of 3 1/8 inches. Good color, striations, and tool marks, with a conical foot with a rough snapped pontil. Wonderful condition with no flaws or restoration.
A lovely antique emerald green Moser style glass perfume bottle comprised of three layers of glass (light mint green white, emerald green, clear) with gold enamel scroll work. With some minor loss to gold gilt commensurate with age and the end of the stopper is broken, this is considered to be in very good antique condition.. Measures 6.75" high, body 3" diameter, 2" diameter at foot. Czechoslovakian circa 1880.
Victorian English cameo glass and sterling silver perfume vial, 1897. V-form; short neck in sterling silver collar and hinged and repousse cover. Glass is blue with blue-tinted blossoming branch and tendril. English marks including Birmingham assay and indistinct maker’s stamp. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 6 1/4 x W 1 3/8 x D 1 1/8 in. #BN403
Pair of turn-of-the-century art glass vases by historic maker Loetz. Each: Slender with tapering sides and inset neck with flared mouth. Glass iridescent green with oil-style fracture pattern. On front is engraved silver overlay in form of Japonesque blossoming branch. Pontil mark. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 9 3/8 x D 3 1/2 in. #BR704
A beautiful 18th century glass sweetmeat with a dentated (cogwheel) rim (21 teeth) on a double ogee bowl above a multiple spiral opaque twist stem with a shoulder inverted baluster knop. The foot is radially rib molded with a rough, snapped pontil.
Condition is excellent with good tooling marks and color. The height is 3 3/8 " with a bowl diameter of 4 inches and a foot diameter of 2 1/2".
Very rare, dating circa 1820, American cut lead crystal wash basin and water pitcher set. Possibly by Bakewell Glass of Pittsburgh, the set is in excellent condition. The bowl measures 7.5" high x 16.25 diameter. The pitcher measures 12.5 inches high. Both in excellent condition.
A fine example of an antique air twist glass. The pointed round funnel bowl is engraved with a fruiting vine, and raised on a multiple spiral air twist (MSAT) stem above a conical foot with a rough pontil.
The condition is excellent, with no chips, scratches, or restoration. Good color, striations, and tooling marks. The height is 6 1/8" with a bowl diameter of 2 3/8" and a foot diameter of 2 5/8".
This crystal cup and saucer was produced in Bohemia by Lobmeyr in the 1880s. It is not signed but the style and workmanship are indicative of their work. The saucer has a diameter of 4 ¾ inches and the cup is 2 ½ inches high with a diameter of 2 ¾ inches. The glass is hand blown with a leaded content so that it rings when tapped. The set has a quatrefoil shape. The glass has a slight hint of cranberry that fades to clear. Elaborate raised enameling covers the surface of both pieces...
These 14 glass punch cups were produced in Bohemia by an unknown glass manufacturer in the late 19th century. They measure 3 ¾ inches high and have a diameter of 3 ¾ inches. The glass is hand blown with a leaded content so that they ring when tapped. They are hand decorated with heavy enamel paint you can feel with your fingers. The decorations of multi-colored roses is very detailed and vibrantly colored. The enameling is applied over gold foil that shows through to the inside...