Signed Kelva cigar jar or humidor. The blue ground is decorated with apple blossoms on the jar and lid. The jar is marked “Cigars” in heavy gold enamel. The lid is silver plate and retains the holder for a damp sponge to provide proper humidity for the cigars. The underside of the jar is marked “Kelva Trade Mark.”
Acid (satin) finish Wheeling peachblow mustard pot with intact lid. The mustard pot is 2 3/4 inches tall and 2 3/8 inches in diameter. The base has a polished pontil. The mustard is shape number 226 and the finish is referred to as “Lustreless” in the Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. catalog.
1900s Northwood Amethyst Carnival Glass Good Luck Horseshoe Variant Piecrust Rim Bowl
Everyone needs a little good luck and to help you toward that end, we offer a fantastic Carnival Glass plate with the raised text Good Luck above a horseshoe with surrounding foliate decorations. The vivid amethyst iridescence evokes a magical dream. The plate has the variant piecrust rim. The ribbed back is silvery blue. Unmarked though the maker is Northwood, and made Century 1909...
An exceptional and rare cameo glass bride basket on quadruple silver plate stand. The rose colored cameo is striking and as fresh today as it was c. 1880 when it was first created. The glass was produced by Mt Washington while the silverplate was produced by Pairpoint and is so marked. The basket handle uses a branch and leaf motif with the latter being applied over the former. The basket well is reticulated, the base having swirls and leaves, all standing on 4 feet...
An EAPG pitcher in the Loganberry and Grape pattern Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton, made around 1890. This firm operated from 1883-1899 before being absorbed by the National Glass Company. Examples of its work may be found in the The Met in New York City, and the Iowa State University Museums.
Dimensions: 7" w, 4 1/8" d, 8 3/8" h
This glass is undamaged and without acquired defect. It may have manufacturing defects such as air bubbles in the glass.
Amberina glass has been popular since its introduction in 1883, but most of the examples seen on the market were made after its heyday in the late 19th C. and are thus not period pieces. This pitcher is an original blown amberina product made in the period. It has a dot optic pattern. The bulbous base narrows to a broad cranberry red neck. The reeded handle is applied...
Sometimes called the poor man's Tiffany, Carnival Glass has earned a loyal following with its bedazzling iridescent colorful sheens. These two vases, uncommon to find in a pair, were made by Fenton Glass Century 1915 in the Knotted Bead pattern. This pair gives you many options for display.
Dimensions: 4.5" d, 9.5" h
These vases are in excellent antique condition.
It is easy to see how Northwood named the pattern of this vase Graceful just by beholding its lovely from and iridescent green color. The zippered and paneled stem give it more grace and elegance. But it is the ruffled flaring mouth which gives it the Graceful look, and its rainbow shimmers add to the experience.
The underside bears the Northwood mark. We date the vase to c. 1910.
Dimensions: 6.5" w, 5" d, 5 3/8" h
This vase is in excellent condition...
This historical Early American Pattern Glass bread platter honors past American presidents, 2 of whom were assassinated martyrs - Abraham Lincoln and James Garfield.
Garfield, George Washington, and Lincoln are the central characters above whom is the emblazoned In Remembrance...
The artistic virtuosity of this vase takes Burmese glass to another level of beauty. This vase or toothpick holder has a hexagonal mouth which flares to a globular pink and yellow symphony accompanied by delicately painted oak leaves and acorns.
This vessel dates to the late 19th century and is a treasure with or without any contents.
Dimensions: 2 3/4" h, 2 3/4" diameter. Measurements are approximate.
Condition is excellent.
This beautiful leaded glass rose bowl was made by the well known EAPG manufacturer McKee & Brothers in the Britannic pattern. Stars are enveloped by oscillating vessicas and has a lovely starburst base.
The interior rim has small shallow nips...
A wonderful Northwood amethyst Grape and Cable spooner made by Northwood in the early 20th century. This manufacturer made carnival glass for a few years, making its products coveted by collectors.
The ruffled, slightly everted rim plus the notching around the base make a visual delight.
Condition is excellent and the spooner is marked with the Northwood trademark.
Dimensions: 4" h, 4 1/8" d. Measurements are approximate.
A Mt. Washington scalloped rim bowl decorated with orchids. The 3 3/4 inch diameter, 2 3/4 inch tall satin finish bowl has subtle diagonal ribs and a polished pontil mark. The color shades from pale lavender on the flared rim to colorless at the bottom. The coloration appears similar to the bowl shown in plate 10-17 on page 243 in Wilson’s “Mt Washington & Pairpoint Glass” and the decoration matches that on the sugar shaker in plate 10-18 of the same book.
This fine Ruby Block goblet was made by several manufacturers during the 1880s and beyond. It features hexagonal blocks surrounded by diamond "cuts", but it is pressed glass of course, made in 4 parts, the bowl being fused to the stem.
Known by many names and made by many companies,
this goblet is unusual because the top is ruby stained, a reversal of the usual placement. Souvenir of Lewistown, PA is faintly scripted...
Amberina thumbprint creamer as shown in the Joseph Locke sketchbook, illustration 11. The creamer has a plain amber applied handle and shades to fuchsia towards the rim. The creamer’s flat bottom has a large polished pontil mark. The 3 1/4 inch diameter creamer is 2 3/8 inches high and is in pristine condition.
A pair of unmarked Wave Crest “Daisy” salt shakers. The flat rims of the shakers are decorted with a dainty floral pattern and the undersides of the bases are embossed “Patented June 2 1891." The shakers are perfect and are 2 ½ inches in diameter.
A rarely seen Dorflinger Kalana Poppy cordial measuring only 3 ½ inches tall. The cordial has vertical ribbing and is perfect.
A 10 1/4 inch tall optic ribbed Kalana Poppy Florida line vase. The base of the vase has a large polished pontil and is 4 ½ inches in diameter. The vase is in great condition. The vase does not appear in any of the reprinted Kalana catalog pages but is shown in color plate 52 on page 182 of Feller’s “Dorflinger, America’s Finest Glass 1852-1921.”