American brilliant period cut glass bowl and liner by Pairpoint. The pattern is Murillo, with the signature pairpoint butterfly.
Bowl 5.5" diameter, 3" high; 5.8" diameter liner. Very good condition with no chips or cracks.
American Brilliant Period cut glass compote with a tall finial. It has a hollow stem which extends right into the hollow base.
American Brilliant Period Cut glass crystal vase standing 18.5 inches high. Very nice detail of tiny stars on the large round foot which gives stability to this tall vase. It is of slender form with a 5.5 inch diameter base.
Fine condition, a couple of barely noticeable flakes on the rim teeth, hardly visible as you can see in the photos. The orange dot on the bottom of the vase is some residue from usage.
American Brilliant Period Cut crystal vase which stands 14 inches high. It is of cylindrical form with a 5 inch diameter and about a 3/8 inch thick wall.
2 butterflies on opposite sides between the foliage. One has the wings open fully and the other half raised. Finally the base is fully cut in a rosette within a star burst motif. Just about every conceivable surface was cut.
Most likely a Pairpoint, from about the turn of the century 1900-1910...
The classic Heisey Colonial pattern punch bowl with 12 Heisey colonial cups. It has the very desirable scalloped rim. Bowl is 14 inches in diameter at top and stands 7 inches high. It has the Heisey mark in the center. Heisey colonial punch cups are 3 inches top diameter and 2 1/3 high. Some are unmaked but are definitely Heisey. This is an antique set dating from early 1900s, with a big thick rim and a beautiful ring. No chips or cracks hardly used. (Note...
An 18 inch high cut glass oil or fluid lamp from the early American Brilliant Period. The massive base is 9 inches in diameter. The geometric cuts throw a nice pattern. Large font with a brass fitter.
An exceptional fluid lamp for the aficionado.
A Hawkes engraved dresser (powder)box in an unusual teal blue color and topped with a fun finial. There is also a fine gold scroll motif band all around. Hawkes mark on the bottom very hard to photograph. Excellent clarity and nice ring.
About 4" high to finial and 5 1/2" diameter. Very good condition with no flakes or cracks. A little rubbing on the bottom from usage.
An 11 1/2" tall Pairpoint engraved vase in a graceful botanical design. This is the Kentwood pattern The blank glass form is Pairpoint Clear #A-1062. Alas I can't identify the pattern and would appreciate an email if someone knows.
6.7" top diameter, 11.5" high. Very good condition with no flakes or cracks. Late American Brilliant Period 1910-1920s.
An early American Brilliant Period Cut Glass covered compote with a spectacular pyramid form finial. Most likely New England Glass or Sandwich, 1880 or earlier. Panel cuts all around with slanted bevel at the rim. Rings beautifully.
15 1/4" tall, 6 1/4" diameter. Very good condition. Note: The glass has a warm tone, often found on antique lead glass. This is emphasized by the lighting of the pictures.
A long long chandelier finial from the Gilded Age and of cut glass. Nice controlled bubble at the tip.
21" long and in very good condition.
A spectacular finial!
A Pairpoint tumbler in the Murillo pattern with that great butterfly. About 4 inches high and 3 in diameter.
This pattern is shown in Leon Padgett's book as #418.
A fine American Brilliant Period bowl with botanicl theme all around. It has an unusual feature with a pretty butterfly on the bottom. Also, the flowers are quite detailed with numerous fine hair along the petals as well as stars in the center. Most likely by Clark, Pairpoint or similar.
6" wide by 3 1/2" high. 2-3 tiny flakes on the teeth not easily visible. Very good condition with no cracks or chips. Little rubbing on the bottom as it should be. Wonderful ring.
A tall American Brilliant Period compote with star and button cuts along the periphery and engraved cuts as well with 3 butterflies amongst the foliage and flowers.. Notched stem and petal cut footrim. Very heavy with a nice ring.
Stands about a foot tall, 6 1/2 inch rim diameter and 5 1/2 footrim diameter. Very good condition with only some roughness to the touch along some teeth. About 100-110 years old.
A very beautiful and unusually cut ABP compote...
A fine cut glass bowl from the American Brilliant period with a flaring cut rim. It has botanical design (reminiscent of Pairpoint Murillo) on the side and daisey and button on the bottom. Cuts are deep and sharp.
About 9" diameter at rim and 4.4" high. Good condition with a few flakes on the rim. No cracks or bad chips.
A beautiful intaglio cut to clear bowl with a chartreuse colored case. The crisp intaglio cuts show off the art nouveau floral and leaf botanical design to perfection (see detail pics). Wonderful resonant ring. Art Nouveau period about 100 years old.
9.7" high by 3.5" high. Very good condition with no chips or cracks, just minimal rubbing on the bottom as it should be.
Lovely period cut glass for the summer table.
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A glittering cut glass compote with engraved roses and fern from the American Brilliant Period. Well cut notched stem. Lovely ring.
6.7" high, 7" top diameter, 4" base diameter. Very small fish scale at bottom of foot.
A fine Victorian period epergne or vase which has 10 vertical barbed tip fluted panels. This is old American Brilliant Cut Period glass. The glass has beveled rim, and rings nicely. The footed stand is solid brass with good weight.
About 16" high and 8" diameter. Very good condition considering the delicate glass and age. A little flaking and roughness only along the rim not easily visible.
Very difficult to find this form in such good condition. Wonderful for the summer bouquets...
A tall and glittering American Brilliant Period cut crystal pitcher in a variation of the Russian pattern with the use of pyramidal hobstars and hobnails. There is a rare single full sized hobstar on the bottom plus 4 concentric patterns (see pictures both inside & out). This tall graceful form is sometimes called a champagne pitcher...