A vintage signed Seguso Murano Art Glass bowl in the Scavo Corroso finish. Measures about 6 1/2" by 6", 2 3/4" high and weighs about 4 1/2 pounds. Fine example.
Angelo Ballarin contemporary pezzato art glass vase
7 1/4" tall
5 3/4" at widest point
Top Opening - 2 3/4" diameter
Signed and in excellent condition
Offered is an early signed and dated 1977 hand-blown studio glass perfume bottle. The bottle has two polished windows, which reveal a pale amber chamber encased in swirling multi-colored and black glass with a black glass stopper. The bottle is 5 ½ " tall, including the dauber, by 4" wide. It is in very good condition, with one very minor flea bit and no other scratches, chips, scuffs, or repairs noted. The bottle is signed and dated on the bottom, as shown...
An elegant sculptural studio art glass vase with fluted top and large body. Fused and blown glass in shades of white and orange. Engraved signature at base: Afro Celotto, Murano, H. 53.
Afro Celotto was born in Venice in 1963, a wellknown glass artist, following in the family tradition of glassmaking but with an innovative approach. From early age he started apprenticing with the great master Lino Tagliapietra from whom he learned to master different techniques...
A key figure in the Japanese folk craft movement of the 20th century, Fujita Kyohei is credited with helping to develop a thriving glass-working community within Japan. Best known for his “dream” or “Liuli” boxes—very colorful and skillfully crafted boxes that often incorporated gold and silver leaf into their designs. Here we see a piece that would likely have been crafted earlier in his career but that demonstrates his masterful technique even then...
Millefiori art glass plate by Moretti
Late 20th century
Measures 6 1/2" in diameter
Signed with signature murrine
This stunning platter titled METEOR by Massachusetts studio Glass Artist Charles Correll, signed and dated "Correll '85" is 19 1/2" diameter. The lavender plate has a polychrome meteor image in white,
grey, red-pink and yellow. The execution is superb and this vintage beauty remains in excellent condition.
Paedra Peter Bramhall, Vermont studio art glass sphere sculpture. Dated 1982. Size: 13 in. diameter. Paedra Peter Bramhall was born in 1942 and is a glass sculptor and painter who resides in Bridgewater Corners, VT. This hand blown sphere exhibits a peacock feather motif in colored glass.
This handsome piece was created by studio glass artist Don Gonzalez by blowing hot glass into a sand mold made by the artist, resulting in a texture to the lower part of the vessel and three feet which elevate the bottom about an inch. Each foot is polished on the bottom. The piece stands 8" tall and 5" diameter...
This stunning blue glass bowl by studio glass artist Don Gonzalez expresses the beauty of glass itself - the intrinsic optical qualities are a primary design focus. Standing 7" tall and 7" diameter, it has a strong sculptural presence...
This cast glass sculpture by Studio Glass artist Don Gonzalez, was created by pouring hot glass into a mold of sand. The color is melted into the glass while it is still molten at 2300F. After cooling, the piece is extensively cut and polished...
This lovely vase was made by studio glass artist Don Gonzalez of Stockton, NJ; it exemplifies his masterful expertise in form and coloring. It is signed "Gonzalez" and has a polished bottom. It stands 5 1/2" x 4" x 3 1/2". Perfect condition.
Don Gonzalez has been blowing glass since the early 1970s, starting at Carnegie Mellon, continuing at Sausalito Art Center, then maintaining his own studio for more than 40 years...
This elegant low vase, made by studio glass artist Don Gonzalez of Stockton, NJ, is crystal with subtle blending of blue and amethyst. It exemplifies his masterful expertise in form and coloring. It is signed "Gonzalez" and has a polished bottom...
A large and stupendous glass vase with a wide mouth decorated with deep, green abstract bands on gold foil by glass artist Tabuchi Koseki (b. 1932). Mouth and bottom with darker bands of deep brownish colour. Signed in the bottom â€˜Koseki.â€™ It comes with fully inscribed, signed and stamped storage box, kiri-tomobako. Japan, late Showa, ca. 1980. H 24 cm, W 24 cm. Condition: Excellent.Â
A stunning iridescent Steven Lundberg blue pulled feather and gold aurene vase. Signed S. Lundberg and dated 2001, it is in perfect condition measuring about 7" tall.
Oscar Zanetti art glass bird
Beautiful lattimo, amber and silver leaf bodied bird with black extended beak application
7 1/2" x 7 1/2"
Engraved signature and paper label
Japanese 20th century art glass vase by master glass artist, HISATOSHI IWATA. The beautiful handblown vase is done in a spotted purple and white with gold is entitled KAYOU, or "Brilliant Light". Hisatoshi Iwata was born in Tokyo in 1925 and he died in 1994. He graduated from the prestigious Tokyo School of Fine Arts in 1950. He has participated in all the major exhibitions in Japan. His works of art on part of the collections at the Corning Glass Museum and the Metropolitan...
Unique monumentally scaled vase from Massimo Nordio's 2000 'Opening' series. With bands of mat pink glass filigrana bands cut to partially reveal a lower layer of structured polished glass netting. The vase towers to 19" tall by 5" wide. Fully signed and dated. In excellent condition...