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, no chips, no cracks, no repairs. The bowl measures 7.5" high x 16.25 diameter. The pitcher measures 12.5 inches high.
Although not marked, this art glass piece bears the styling and quality of Victorian pieces made by the Stevens and Williams Ltd of England and in the 1870s under the direction of John Northwood (son Harry Northwood was a glass maker in America). The body is an oval pill-shaped translucent light turquoise glass with an open oval top that is bordered with a scalloped ribbon crest. At each narrow end is a small applique of amber glass. The piece is also supported with four pinched amber glass feet...
A rare Tiffany Favrile footed gold wine or sherry glass with threading and teardrops. The 5 3/4 inch tall piece rests on a conical base which is marked “LCT M7665 on the rim. The prefix “M” dates this piece circa 1900. The exterior of the glass has a very lightly iridized surface and the iridized interior exhibits a wonderful blue/purple coloration...
Size: 7¼” x 7¾” x 7¾”
Clear blown glass pillar molded compote with applied base, American, mid-19th c. Also featuring a folded rim.
size: 5½”d x 9¼”h
Pair of celery vases in the Diamond and Thumbprint pattern, American, circa 1850. Excellent condition.
heights vary: 9" - 11.5" • priced individually: $280 - $320
Each bottle is a lovely pale aqua color, freeblown. American, possibly Zainsville, Ohio, circa 1830.
Excellent condition. Sold individually.
This stunning Victorian tomato glass basket by Boston & Sandwich Glass Company is made from two layers of cased glass, a tomato or orange-red color over yellow with an applied clear single twist thorn handle and 4 applied clear feet. An unusual feature is that top rim of the bowl folds over and is studded with large tomato hobnail bumps ending with a crimped edge which finishes with a narrow clear band. Pontil on bottom was sanded smooth...
Duncan Miller Glass Company made Snail in 1891. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking
Greentown Glass Company made Pattern 400 in 1902. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Riverside Glass Company made Brilliant in 1897. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
A group of 5 Victorian hand etched cordial liquer or wine glasses. Dating to the mid-to-late 19th century, these 4-7/8" tall glasses were hand made from three pieces (bowl, foot and stem) which was typical of the era. They are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, damage or repairs. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and may have slight signs of gentle use...
An early Phoenix Art Glass hobnail sandwich peachblow pitcher. Graduating from shades of pink to yellow/cream, this pitcher features an applied clear satin reeded handle. A delightful piece to add to you collection, it is in excellent antique condition and measures 4.5 inches high x 5" diameter. Dates 1880's.
A stunning American brilliant cut glass carafe or water bottle featuring and an unusual shaped body. It is in excellent condition measuring 8" high and 7.5" diameter. This is a wonderful piece for the collector and would also be a great wedding gift.
Hand painted with flowers and delicate tendrils on a matt finish by Mount Washington, this lovely mushroom shaped holder was designed to be used as a sugar shaker or flower holder (Ref: "Mount Washington Art Glass" by Betty B. Sisk, 2003). The background has a pale pink blush on the top and again at the base which fades into a slightly off white background. A versatile piece, it could also be used as a hat or hairpin holder...
Rare Quezal Art glass footed sherbet or sorbet cup and saucer. The 2 pieces are iridescent gold with strong hues of fuchsia. We believe this to be one of Quezal's earlier pieces, dating 1902-1910. Both pieces are in excellent and signed. Measures as shown 3.5 inches high. (Plate/saucer 5" diameter, cup 3" d.)
Fabulous and rare Pairpoint silver palate olive caster with original tongs. The satin glass insert is most likely Mount Washington and features a lovely hand painted floral design on all sides. All in excellent condition, it measures about 11 inches tall. (Glass insert is 4.5" high)
A beautiful floriform, Favrile glass vase in a bronze holder, made by Tiffany Studios, around 1900. Overall, it is 16 1/2 inches (42 cm) tall. The base is marked, 'TIFFANY STUDIOS / NEW YORK' along with the model number, '23819' (it also has the old 'TGDCO' mark, for 'Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company', which was used by them up until 1902)...
Pretty cameo glass and sterling silver perfume vial. Made by Gorham in Providence, ca 1900. Tapering dagger form with neck collar and threaded bun cover in sterling silver. Glass is blue with shaded white fronds and butterfly. Script monogram engraved on cover. Silver hallmarked. Very good condition.
Dimensions: H 10 1/4 x W 1 7/8 x D 1 3/8 in. #BN399