English Green Glass Insert Liner or Insert for Inkwell, overlapping top rim-1 7/8" diameter, 1 3/8" diameter-bottom rim, 1 5/8" wide-middle area, tiny frits on the rim polished smoothly some time ago.
English Cobalt Blue Glass Liner, insert, tall and thin, 1" diameter, 1 1/4" high, tiny frits on the rim, barely felt by finger tip.
English Cobalt Blue Glass Liner, insert, 1 1/2" diameter-top and bottom rim(flat bottom), the condition is good.
Two(2) English Cobalt Blue Glass Liners, inserts, 1 3/4" diameter-top and bottom, 7/8" high, nicely polished top, flat bottom, the condition is good.
English Cobalt Blue Glass Liner, insert, tiny bowl shape, rounded bottom, 1 1/2" diameter-top rim, 3/4" diameter-bottom rim, 3/4" high, very tiny frits on the rim, barely felt from touching.
Two(2) English cobalt blue Liners, or Inserts, 1 5/8" diameter-top and bottom(rounded bottom), 1 3/4" high, one(1) liner has a chip size of 1/4" wide, the other one is in good condition.
3 English Cobalt Blue Glass Liners, or Inserts for salt cellars, boat shape with cut corners, 2 3/4" x 1 7/8" wide, BOTTOM MEASUREMENT-2 1/4" x 1 1/2" wide, 1 1/8" high on the corner, bottom is rounded, one(1) insert has tiny frits, other two(2) are in good shape.
English Cobalt Blue Glass Insert, or Liner for silver serving piece, 2 3/4" diameter-top and bottom, flat bottom, 1 7/8" high, with several tiny frits on the top rim area, felt by finger tips.
With the Kentucky Derby just around the corner, this goblet would be the perfect gift for the collector of equestrian memorabilia. The horse and jockey are encased in the bottom, "bubble," of the goblet.This type of goblet is referred to as caged glass and was produced by William Swingewood for Stevens and Williams. It measures 7 3/4 inches high. Perfect condition. It dates circa 1930.
An unusual Stevens & Williams threaded cologne measuring 5 1/8 inches tall, including the original faceted stopper. The bottle is vertically ribbed, encircled with red threading and has a colorless looped handle. Both the stopper and bottle are numbered “30.” There is no damage.
A vintage English cut crystal dresser or powder jar on a pedestal foot with a sterling silver cover decorated with engine turning. There is a mirror affixed into the underside of the cover that can be used when applying powder or make-up. Birmingham assay, 1947, by F.H. Adams and Holman. Size: 3.5 inches diameter X 4.5 inches ht. Excellent condition with no chips to the glass...
Offered is this beautiful, hand-painted covered glass bowl, made probably by Mont Joye. It is 7 inches (17,5 cm) tall and 4 1/4 inches (10,5 cm) wide. It is in very good condition (there is a tiny flea-bite on the inner rim).
Hand Blown Glass Rummer Of Inauguration Of Franklin D. Roosevelt, c. 1942. Made in England for August S. Vernay, noted expert on fine furniture, for his own fabulous collection and discriminating clients. Acid etched and engraved glass. F.D.R. portrait under an eagle dated 1933 with crossed flags. "FIAT" (May it happen), presidential seal "NEW DEAL" with two birds, repeal of the 18th amendment, 12/7/1933. Around top lip reads "Franklin D...
Beautiful ocean-themed glass vase depicting swordfish swimming amongst bubbles. The vase is just under 9 inches (22 cm) in height. Good condition (one foot blemish). Unsigned - similar Waterford vase is shown on page 158 of Judith Miller's book, '20th Century Glass' (shown in last picture here for your convenience).
A lovely English cut crystal powder or dresser box. The cut glass jar features 3 large flowers with alternating leaves. A deep cut star is on the base bottom. The sterling silver lid is beautifully decorated with a chased Art Nouveau design around the outer edge. The center of the lid is plain and can be engraved. Lid is marked silver and tests sterling silver. The box is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. Measures about 3" high x 3.75 at widest. Circa 1920.
Offered is this beautiful, 'Osiris'-type art glass vase with applied handles, made most likely, by Stevens & Williams in England, around 1890. Probably the 'Pull-up' machine, invented by John Northwood (when he was Artistic Director at Stevens & Williams), was used for the zippered pattern on the vase. The vase is 9 inches (23 cm) tall and 5 inches wide. It is in good condition. The handles on the vase fluoresce in a gentle-green coloration, typical of 19th century soda-lime glass...
A set of 4 green cut to clear wine glasses. The 6 inch tall wines are cut in a floral pattern swags of beading. The bottom of the cup is cut with 6 facets where it joins the clear stem. The clear foot is cut in a complimentary pattern.
A small globular 1930s sapphire blue crackle glass vase painted in coloured enamels with three sprigs of seaweed. Condition - very good - no damages and no repairs. 4.5cm (1.75inches) high.