Tiffin Glass Company made Milady in 1926. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Tiffin Glass Company made Classic from 1913-30's. 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 Rubina. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
Heisey Glass Company made Empress from 1932-34. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
2 are available
Antique 18th – early 19th Century Chinese Qing Dynasty Carved Dragon Belt Hook mounted as a magnifying glass handle in a gilt copper mount with engraved flowers and leaf decoration attached to a circular polished magnifying lens. A well carved belt hook with a large dragon head hook with bulging eyes, curled horns and pierced mouth. The body of the belt hook is carved with fine openwork with a writhing chilong holding lingzhi in its mouth. The reverse with a raised button.
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Westmoreland Glass Company made Humphrey the powder jar. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. Thanks for looking.
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.
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.
Tiffin Twilight 8.5" Vase was made using Duncan & Miller's Canterbury molds. This vase does change color when exposed to different light sources, ei., flourescent lighting will give it an icy blue color; incandescent (or sunlight) will give it a wonderful lavender color. In mint condition.
Aladdin Mantle Lamp Company made the Corinthian from 1935-36. There are no chips or cracks in the glass. The lamp comes with a Model B burner.
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English George III Mahogany Bureau Bookcase with broken Arch Pediment, Ca. 1800, 92" high, 42" wide-bottom section, 45" wide-top section, include crown and feet, 16" deep-bottom section, 13" deep-top glass door section, broken Arch Pediment with Pierced and foliage carved swan's neck Pediment, Satinwood inlaid band on molded cornice above two(2) glazed doors and four(4) removable shelves in upper section. Lower section consist of one(1) removable shelf inside two(2) figured Mahogany one(1) boa...
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...
A charming portrait miniature in watercolor on ivory of a young girl, by British artist Thomas Redmond, circa 1775. The child wears a white dress with a large pink sash; she has curly blond hair and bright blue eyes. Born circa 1745, Redmond was the son of a clergyman and apprenticed as a housepainter before giving it up to move to London to study art. He exhibited at the Free Society of Artists, 1762-1771, and at the Royal Academy, 1775-1783. Very good condition; there’s a chi to the edge...
I am very pleased to offer this stunning bracelet from the high end accessories designer, Isabel Canovas. Isabelle was born in Paris on the “Night of Kings” in 1945, daughter to Genevieve Corre, and Blas Canovas, a Spanish fabric designer. The product of designers, she began work at an early age as accessories designer at Hermes, and later to Louis Vuitton. She received acclaim from Patrick Vuitton who felt she could help in modernizing the image of Vuitton in the 70‘s. After only one yea...
Large Chinese Northern Wei Six-Legged Glazed Mythical Creature with Oxford TL Test
This extremely rare pottery model was made during the early Northern Wei Dynasty (AD 386 - 534). It is a mythical creature, its body covered in scales and with six legs. The creature stands with its head down and mouth open, showing a full set of teeth. Its purpose would have been to ward off evil spirits.
It is made from a relatively high-fired pottery and coated in an amber-coloured glaze. Most likely d...