This is a piece of Swedish art glass produced in the 1960’s by Kosta, and designed by Erik Hoglund. It sits in as metal frame that allows you to place a votive candle behind it. It can be stood on a surface (as shown) or hung on a wall as a sconce. Some ware to…read more
A Opalescent Vaseline Northwood compote or card receiver with a double ring base. The piece is 7 inches in diameter and about 4 inches high and is in excellent condition.
An American Brilliant Cut Glass Perfume Bottle with Dipper Stopper. Cut in a floral pattern. 8 inches tall. Signed Hawks in script on the bottom. In excellent condition.
A 19th century blue opalene glass fluid lamp with an agate glass base and brass fittings. 21 inches tall. In great condition.
Early American Pressed Glass footed cake stand from the 1870s in a ball and swirl pattern. There is a sauce well in the center. This piece is in great shape, with no chips or cracks. There is swirling on the plate part, which shows the glass is early.
A cranberry opalescent coin spot glass syrup pitcher with what looks like a tin or pewter top. It stands 7 inches tall. And about 5 inches wide including the handle. Metal top is in good condition. The spring is still good and tight. Overall excellent condition.
A late 19th century cranberry art glass decanter or large cruet or pitcher with cut stopper. It is beautifully hand-enameled with flowers. It is 9 inches tall and about 4 1/2 inches wide. Excellent condition. Tri-spout top with applied reeded handle.
Rare Mt. Washington satin art glass Burmese plate and bowl. Plate is nine inches in diameter and bowl is six inches in diameter and four inches tall. Great color. Both pieces in excellent condition. Plate is $110. Bowl is $120. Will sell separately.
Group of three Danish Holmegaard Cherry Elsinore wine bottles/decanters. A beautiful blue/green color. Designed by Ole Winther in 1962. They are 10 inches tall and the widest ones ate 7 inches wide.
A heavy Swedish crystal vase with an etched archer possibly Orrefors. 9 inches tall. Excellent condition. Circa 1930.
A Pairpoint Citron green glass Compote with controlled bubble glass ball in the stem. 8 inches tall.
A Boston and Sandwich Glass tulip vase. Circa 1860’s. 10 inches tall. Minor chipping and wear under the base consistent with age.
A mid 20th century red Blenko Glass three tier Decanter with a flame stopper. 21 inches tall.
Three early American Pattern Glass curtian tie backs. Made by the Boston and Sandwich company in the 1860’s.
A purple Blenko vase number 5612 designed by Wayne Husted in 1956. 10 inches tall.
A tall smoked Rondo Vase designed and signed by Per Lutken in 1961. Made by Danish company Holmegaard. 16 inches tall.
Large Blenko Citron Ribbed Optic Glass Floor Decanter with stopper. Designed by Joel Myers in 1969. 21 inches tall.
Cobalt blue Gulvase bottle vase designed by Otto Brauer in 1960 and produced by the Danish company Holmegaard. Vase stands 15 inches tall and is in excellent condition.
This is a beautiful art glass plate in great condition and stunning color and pattern. 13.5″ diameter deep blue & white
A pair of French blue Bristol glass dresser bottles or decanters with hand painted flowers. The bottles are 10 inches tall with stoppers in place. Both bottles and stoppers are in excellent condition. Late 19th century.
A beautiful crystal bowl with a twist base signed Steuben. 7 inches in diameter and 4 inches tall. Excellent condition.
This is a lovely 19th century hand blown decanter with etched floral design and 3-ring applied design on the neck. Nice pressed design pontil on base and pretty stopper. Dates from the mid-19th century. Some roughness to edge of stopper but otherwise in good condition.
A large covered compote with a lion finial and three lion heads on the stem. It stands 13 inches tall and 9 inches wide. It was produced in 1876. Excellent condition
A beautiful and delicate three piece Venitian glass console set. The set consists of a bowl and pair of matching candlesticks. It was designed and made by Salviati circa 1920. The bowl measures 9 1/2 inches across the top, is 5 inches tall and 6 inches across the base. The candlesticks are each 9 1/2…read more
A large blue and white opalescent swirl pitcher with crimped top and applied blue glass handle. Pitcher is 9 inches tall and 7 inches wide at its widest point, no including the handle. Produced circa 1880’s. Excellent condition. Could be Northwood or another quality American maker.
A large and beautiful glass dresser box with hand-enameled floral design and hinged lid. Over eight inches in diameter. Very clean and in excellent condition no ware to the decoration. Manufactured by Wavecrest circa 1880’s.
A ruby glass horn vase on a controlled bubble base. Manufactured by the Pairpoint company of Nee Bedford MA circa 1920. 12 inches tall. Excellent condition.