Fostoria Glass Company made the American bottle from 1916-27. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
2 are available
Fostoria Glass Company made Oakleaf from 1928-30. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
A Fine Chinese Carved Blue Overlay Glass Snuff Bottle, 1800~1850. The bottle of opaque white glass with snow-like inclusions, cased in blue glass. The blue glass is carved away to leave the Eight Horses of Mu Wang in a continuous landscape. The carving is very fine indeed. The stopper is hardstone with an ivory collar and spoon.
A bottle of the same design from perhaps the same workshop was sold at Christie’s “The Art of China: Online Winter Sale” Dec. 2017. Lot 36. The colour comb...
Federal Glass Company made Sharon from 1935-39. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Jeannette Glass Company made Floral from 1931-35. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Fenton Glass Company made this pitcher with reamer. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Indiana Glass Company made Lorain from 1929-32. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Tiffin Glass Company made La Fleur in the 1930's. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
4 are available
Tiffin Glass Company made Melrose. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Cambridge Glass Company made Caprice from the 1940's - 57. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
2 are available
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. Only a slight ding to the rim of the sterling cover where it fits over the glass neck (this actually helps to secure ...
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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This lovely stem was produced by Morgantown Glass Company during the 1940's. These are called the 'Top Hat' cocktail because of the figural stem. Morgantown made these exclusively for the Knickerbocker Hotel in Chicago, and they were never offered for sale to the general public directly. Offered here are 6 Top Hat cocktails: 2 Topaz, 2 Smoke, 1 amethyst and 1 blue. All are in perfect condition. Price is per stem.
Beaded Block was produced by Imperial Glass Company from 1927 to about 1930. Pieces in this pattern are difficult to find and eagerly scooped up by collectors when they do surface. Offered here is the 6 1/2 inch 2 handled bowl in marigold iridescent. This shape is listed as the 'pickle dish'. Perfect condition, I have 4 available. Price is per bowl. See my other listings for more in this pattern.
Very unusual figure of the Kigyo Kishimojin, standing with a baby in her arms, holding up a pomegranate in her right hand. In this form she represents the protector of children.
Almost abstracted wooden figure with dark patina. The mouth painted red, the eyes inlaid with glass or crystal painted with gold in reverse technique, the pomegranate made of a red kernel.
This is a very rare appearance, a kind of in-between form between the child robbing and devouring monster and the transfor...
This figural glass lamp was produced by L.E. Smith Company during the 1940's - 50's. The color was fired on over clear glass, giving the opaque finish. This style is referred to as the 'Southern Belle' lamp. I have 2 available. Both have been re-wired so they work fine. The shade clips on the light bulb. (Bulb not included, I recommend 25 or 40 watt bulbs so the glass doesn't get too hot.) Please specify which you'd like. All are in good shape.
Bead Chain fixtures were the standard ceiling fixture of the American home from the 1920’s through the 1940’s. The decorative glass shade hung from 3 bead chains, and could be adjusted up or down depending on the size of the room and height of the ceiling. The graceful Art Deco design of these fixtures makes them the perfect fit in today's homes.
This vintage 10 1/4 inch glass shade has a grape design done in crystal against a pastel pink background. Price includes both the shade and the...
This amazing articulated bracelet is made by contemporary designer jeweler, Jarin Kasi. The snakes body is intricately constructed from sterling silver, and has pave CZ crystals throughout. The head has a large glass faux emerald stone and the eyes are made from hematite glass. The body is 5/8" wide in back and it spans 1 3/4" at the crossover front. It has flexibility but will only fit a wrist of about 6 1/2". It has no markings and it is in excellent condition. This really is a showstop...