This is a beautiful and colorful hand-formed Graal vase designed by Eva Englund for Orrefors. Created for the first Gallery Series in 1988, the gallery concept at Orrefors showcased a limited number of pieces in very short series from the current designers enlisted by the company at that time. This lovely vase features three key geometric designs floating in a myriad of swirling colors, and a cloud of irridescent sparkles and geometric frames, cased in clear crystal...
This Fenton Rosalene 5-pc. Epergne is highly sought after. Made as part of the 1990 Connoisseur Collection, it is in mint condition. Stands 13" tall and is 11" at its widest. Numbered: 487/2000. (For collectors info, Fenton probably did not made all 2000. The problem was that Rosalene is very acidic in the molten state causing the glass to eat through the copper pots.) The bowl is the largest/heaviest size made. Fenton later only made smaller items when using Rosalene.
Murano glass vase with a wavy edge constructed of rows clear cobalt blue murrines framed with black glass alternating with bands of light purple glass with a red glass accent line. The vase sports two heavily gilded glass raspberry prunts near the base of the vase. Vase measures 8.75 inches (22.2 cm) in height and is 5 inches (12.7 cm) in diameter. The vase is signed and dated in script Vittorio Ferro 92. Condition is excellent, with no chips cracks or repairs.
Fenton made this Royal Blue (cobalt) vase for its Connoisseur Collection of 1998. Most people do not know that the two vases present images of Summer and Winter on one vase, and Spring and Fall on the other. Rarely seen as a pair! Both in mint condition with papers.
Other information: Original was designed by Martha Reynolds and Carl Schmirz. The spring/Fall Vase, 1998 is #397/1350. The Winter/ Summer vase is #623/1000. Both have an embossed Fenton logo on the bottom...
Fenton made this Topaz (vaseline opalescent) 4-horn Epergne in 1997 as part of their Historic Collection. This 5-part epergne is 13" tall and 11" at its widest. In mint condition.
Blown glass cased bottle vase in shades of Amber (orange), Cream and Tan, surface is covered with cuts (beaten surface) of varying sizes, in columns swirled around the vase, giving the surface of the piece a sensuous tactile feel. Bottle stands 14 3/4 inches (37.47 cm) tall and is 3 1/4 inches (8.26 cm)at the base. No chips, cracks or repairs. Signed Cenedese.
Very large vase in two colors ochre and lavender with white "flame" marks between the two colors. The vase looks as if it has candles surrounding it. The interior of the vase has a smooth bump between the two colored halves suggesting the use of the incalmo technique in forming the vase. The latimo canne are embedded in either clear yellow or clear lavender glass. The vase has the purple/silver Cenedese paper label and is signed on the bottom in script...
Dave Fetty, a premier glassmaster for Fenton used the feathering feature often associated with Art Nouveau. This 7" jack vase, cased in milkglass with pulled black feathering has a rainbow of subtle tones embedded in the piece. Look closely -- it's there along with the green. In mint condition and originally purchased in "The Upper Room" at the Fenton factory during convention time (for those who know about the room -- Items could only be purchased by convention-goers)...
George Ableman made this vase in 1987. The base glass is plum with a carnival finish and a dripping of a silverish lacing of more carnival. Signed, 9" tall and in mint condition. Stunning!
Fenton made this Red Ginger Jar in 2005 as part of its Platinum Collection. It is 3 pieces: red jar, black lid and base. Altogether, it stands 8.5" tall (with base and lid). It is in mint condition, limited number: #908/2500.
This Fenton New Mosaic Vase is 6.5" tall. It is numbered #901 (no mention of how many were made -- unusual. Made as part of Fenton's Centennial Collection of 2005 honoring their past and celebrating the future with this unique art glass creation in Mosaic glass, signed by George W. Fenton. It is in mint condition.
Fenton Sand-Carved 15" Bowl made in the early 2000's. Designed by Martha Reynolds and Richard Delaney. Very few were made. This one is number 13 of 500 made! In mint condition. Made from cased milkglass and red glass. The red glass is sand-carved away to reveal the underlying milkglass or just sanded away to a thin venear, creating a multi-level layer of color. Originally, the price tag said $390.00. Please, feel free to ask any questions.
Fenton made this New Mosaic vase as part of the 2006 Connoisseur Collection. It is in mint condition, stands 8.5" tall, and is #389/1250.
This 8.5" Hanging Heart Vase was made by Fenton for the Fenton Art Glass Collectors Association in the 1980's. A definite rarity where black (black amethyst) and white were combined. In mint condition.
This 10.5" vase was made as part of Fenton's Connoisseur Collection in 1986. It is teal cased milkglass. It is sand-carved in an outline mode to make the image of "Danielle" -- an elegant lady of the 1920's feeding birds. It is in mint condition, it is number 440/1000.
Fenton made this Covered Temple Jar with black cover and stand (3 pieces total) in 2000. It is 10" tall and in mint condition.
Fenton made "Gabrielle" for their 1985 Connoisseur Collection. This sand-carved vase is 12" tall and in mint condition. Numbered: 233/800.
This pair of matched crimped and non-crimped 7" jacks made of black rose burmese were privately painted for Joyce Colella. Each one is numbered and signed on the bottom as shown in the accompanying photos. Sold as a pair!