Steuben bowl in Selenium Red glass. The flaring, footed form was designed by Frederick Carder circa 1920. Acid stamp fleur-de-lys mark beneath. 2 5/8" H., 4 7/8" W.
Steuben Cluthra glass vase in apple green. Nice example with a gradation of color as well as radiating bubbles. Green becomes more intense at edge of bubbles. Frederick Carder's classic form number 2683 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 268. Circa 1920's. 8 1/4" H., 7 1/2" W.
Steuben compote, or footed bowl, in Blue Aurene on Calcite glass. The flaring form has lustrous blue iridescence. A variation of Frederick Carder's design number 8393 as illustrated on page 177 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner; circa 1920's. 2 7/8" H., 6" W.
Prohibition-era glass dumbbell cocktail shaker in ruby red. A silvered cap and strainer are mounted upon its top. These highly collected glass dumbbells were created in clear glass as well as in a variety of colors. Ruby red is among the most desirable for collectors of these whimsical, figural forms. American; circa 1930's. 13" L. *** Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality period Art Deco era cocktail shakers - From classic to figural forms - Over 75 examples in our stock at all times - Many not listed on our site ***
Steuben Cluthra glass in the form of a goblet. The Art Deco example, with its hexagonal top, is shaded from Gold Ruby to white with internal bubbles. The footed glass is Frederick Carder's design number 6909, as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 194; circa 1920's. 6 1/2" H.
Sterling silver tyg tri- handle-form shot glass. The traditional English design is fully hallmarked: Adie Bros.; Birmingham 1926. 1 3/4" H., 1 1/2" W., 1 3/4" W. to handles
Steuben optic rib pattern fan vase in Green Jade glass. The vase is supported by an Alabaster glass foot. An iconic Frederick Carder Art Deco form circa 1920's. Design #6287 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner. 10 7/8" H., 9" W.
Steuben candlesticks with wide bases in Pomona Green are an optic swirl pattern. The broadly flaring tops are optic ribbed and in Amber glass. A stunning color combination in Frederick Carder's original design number 3581, circa 1920. A drawing for this form is illustrated on page 162 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner. 5 7/8" H.
Steuben Art Deco-era Martini goblet designed by Frederick Carder circa 1920. The fine example is in Rosaline glass with a twist-stem and foot in Alabaster glass. Carder's original design number 760 for this form is illustrated on page 195 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder." 5 1/2" H.
Nice example of a Frederick Carder-designed Steuben sherbet complete with it's underplate. The Gold Aurene example has lustrous highlights in silvery blue, aqua and violet. Signed beneath each piece, "Aurene" along with the Carder design number 2680; circa 1920. 6 1/8" W. plate; 4" H. with sherbet
This whimsical "Time For Cocktails" cocktail shaker is in the form of an hour glass, and is among the designs from Prohibition era which camouflaged the intended use of the object. Chromium mounts. Made by the Maxwell-Phillip Co. in New York, circa 1930's. An example is pictured in "The Cocktail Shaker," by Khachadorian, page 134. 9 1/4" H. ***Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality period Art Deco era cocktail shakers – from classic to figural forms- Over 75 examples in our stock at all times – Many not listed on our site.***
Lovely pair of Steuben Frederick Carder era candlesticks of lobed, baluster form. The columns, with their rounded knops, are in Alabaster glass. The bases, as well as candle cups, are Rosaline. Carder's design number 2956, as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 160; circa 1920 10" H.
Lovely cut blue glass large box with silvered top. The cover has a Modernist wave-form finial handle. Glass is cut with floral as well as Art Deco designs. Signed beneath cover with marks for the well-known WMF (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik) workshop in Germany circa 1920's. 4 1/2" D., 8 1/4" L., 4" H.
Lovely Steuben melon-ribbed perfume bottle in verre de soie glass. The stopper in Celeste Blue glass retains its long dauber. Original design #1455 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 240, circa 1920. 4 5/8" H.
Edwardian-era hexagonal-form decanter. Elaborately cut with florettes and oval elements. Tall oval stopper has complementing cut accents. Ideal for whisky or liquors. England circa 1910. 8 1/2" H.
Very good example of a Christopher Dresser-influence pitcher or jug. The 19th-century Modernist form has a wide collar with pour spout. Triple-strap handle was blown and applied. A star-cut base completes the stunning design. Hallmarked Birmingham 1888 along with sovereign's head (duty mark) and maker mark. Ideal size for a bar or water jug. 7 1/2" H.
Figural blown- green-glass decanter in the form of a duck. The body has clear blown-and-applied wing-like handles. The duck's neck is mounted with a silvered, hinged head and beak that opens to reveal the pour spout. Made in Austria circa 1930's. 6 7/8" H., 6 7/8" L.
Superb high Art Deco decanter! The cut, twelve-panel form has geometric enameling within alternating panels in black as well as a mirror-silver enamel. The designs are enhanced with additional cutting. A bold flat-top geometric stopper completes the stunning example. Czechoslovakia circa 1925. 7 3/4" H., 5 1/2" W.