A fine Steuben Blue Aurene vase approximately 8" h. Very good to excellent condition with an occasional dark spot indicative of age. The underside is marked Steuben which is common for end of Carder era pieces. Much Steuben was unsigned.
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A tall, slender ribbed green jade vase with hexagonal top and having an alabaster foot. The 9 3/4 inch tall vase is depicted as shape 6241 in the Steuben factory line drawings as reproduced in ”The Glass of Frederick Carder” by Paul Gardner. The vase is unsigned, but undoubtedly Carder Steuben. There is no damage.
Collection of eight (8) small scavo vases each approximately 4 inches (10 cm) in height. Shapes vary, some with handles, others with spiral threading or simply unadorned.
There are four (4) blue vases, three (3) green vases and one clear glass vase, all with scavo treatment. The scavo technique was developed to imitate ancient glass that had been buried and dug up. The treatment produces rough areas of corrosion, and iridescence on the glass surface.
All the vases, except two of the blues...
Blue & White Soft Paste Vase with Pomegranates, 18th Century
The vase is 8 inches (20 cm) tall, and 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter.
It has hairline cracks, glaze crazing, stains, and surface wears and scratches (as seen in the photos).
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A fine pair of mirror image blue opaline glass vases with enameled butterflies and flowers. Attributed to Thomas Webb & Sons, these date circa 1860-1880. The vases are in excellent antique condition with only loss to the gilt on the rims and an area on the back. Measures 12.75" high x 5.5" diameter. A truly beautiful and rare find.
Tall Chinese late Qing dynasty Guangxu period baluster form vase decorated in underglaze blue against a white background with “shuangxi” symbols (indicating double-happiness and wedded bliss) surrounded by a stylized pattern of pencil style scrolling sweet pea vines (symbolizing “many children”). This type of decoration with a sweet pea floral background was produced for the Straits Chinese communities and is also referred to as blue and white nonya ware or "Shanghai ware" (see “Strai...
Heavy, thick walled vase in cobalt blue cased in crystal, with silvery air traps in a repeating
The vase stands 8 inches tall and is 4 inches in diameter at the top. the base tapers to 2 1/4 inches.
This vase weighs in at 9 pounds, a lot of weight to work with on a handmade, hand-finished piece!
The piece is signed on the base Orrefors/Ariel 295 E-4/Ingeborg Lundin
Condition of the vase is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs. 1974
A pair of unsigned 10 inch tall Steuben candlesticks. These candlesticks are shape 1617 as shown in the factory drawings illustrated in Gardner’s “The Glass of Frederick Carder.” These rarely seen candlesticks are a brilliant Celeste Blue with colorless double merses joining the stem and cup. Both the bases and the cups are ribbed and there is no damage to either of the pair.
Height: 43 cm (17 in)
Width: 19 cm (7.7 in)
Fine quality large Chinese porcelain baluster vase; underglaze blue cloud effect with Ruyi borders at the rim and standing lappets above the base; gilded iron-red Foo Dogs surround the piece; some wear to the iron-red decoration; Guangxu Period mark; old Christies’ label; very good condition; email for more pictures
A fine and very rare 'Transitional' vase painted in inky blue depicting a mountain landscape in classical scholars' taste. This item was made in the Dehua kilns, Fujian province, southern China, in the 17th Century, probably circa 1670-1680, early in the reign of the Kangxi emperor (1662-1722). For many additional pictures please view item #0626 at our Liverpool shop website at 69aliverpool.co.uk.
Condition - very good - there is a light brown under glaze "production" hairline inside the mou...
A fine,large and very rare eight sided documentary vase (with fitted wood stand) - decorated in Chinese scholar's taste and bearing two poems. The first, small poem on the neck of the vase, describes the under glaze blue painted picture on the reverse side. Roughly translated - "Fisherman looks across riverbank - there are Huang Yang trees. There are three roads leading home and he carries a 'dan' (two baskets with carrying yoke). He is wearing a raincoat and hat and it is raining - he sees a fa...
With a height of 32 inches, this is a rare and impressive example of early 19th century Imari ware. Both the vase and stand are finely decorated in shades of blue, gold and orange.
Condition is excellent.
A collection of three (3) pieces of Venini glass from 2002. All three pieces have the round clear Venini Murano Made In Italy label to the side, and all are signed venini 2002 on the base. There are no chips, cracks or repairs to any of the pieces.
The collection contains the following pieces:
A 9 inch (22.9 cm) tall 'a canne' vase in green, crystal, and light blue stripes. It tapers from 6 inches (15 cm) at the rim, down to 4 inches (10 cm) at the base.
An 8 inch (20 ...
JAPANESE PSYCHEDELIC TWO-TONE GLASS VASE
Like melting and dripping in such blue and red. Showa period, 1970-80s. approx. H 21.2 x W 13cm (8.34 x 5.11in). Some expected scratches as is, but no fatal damage as seen.
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Outstanding multi-colored and threaded art glass vase by Durand. Gorgeous golden yellow ground flows into grapefruit pink glass with applied glass threading. The vase is in excellent condition and approximately 8 1/4" h. Though unsigned, this vase corresponds with many known Durand pieces using this decorative technique and color scheme. An alternative maker would be Steuben, but were are 99% certain that this vase is by Durand, and American glass maker operating 1924-31.
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With neo-classicism a dominating influence in decorative arts at the end of the 18th century, it is most natural that dinner service wares would follow suit with clean simple lines and decorations as we see in this Chinese export porcelain pitcher.
Its chief decorative elements are subtle molded shapes and contours in the helmet form and the spare blue and white enameling of its body. The foot and the rim of the pitcher are embellished along with a lone bouquet of basket flowers - a...
This is a beautiful Japanese cloisonne vase. Though not signed, the workmanship and colors clearly say Hayashi Kodenji. This same opinion is held by North America's leading cloisonne collector. The vase stands 7 1/4 inches tall. It appears perfect but there is a virtually invisible repair to the midnight blue enamel edge shown in the last image.
Jiaqing Period, ca. late 1700s
Each vase is decorated overall with various flowers on a medium-blue enamel ground within a continuous geometric fretwork pattern of gilt wires. Both the rim and base is gilded, now having some wear showing on each vase. The square area on the base is left from an old sticker removed in the past. Both vases have a melon form label body with a flaring mouth rim that is partially gilded inside. The interiors are not enameled and the old bronze has taken on a gr...