Hand enameled, hand painted, hand gilded, early 20th Century Art Glass Cup and Saucer, white cut-to-clear; sweet, delicate handpainted roses, bordered by garlands of tiny blue flowers and leaves; probably Bohemian. Clear, applied handle, a stripe of gilding down its center. Saucer is just over 5" diameter, Cup is 2.5" tall, 3.5" bowl diameter. Very good condition, with only some wear to the gilding, and a small, non-threatening open bubble on the rim, original to manufacturing, photo available c... Click for details
This is a wonderful example of Bohemian art glass circa 1910. The finish is white opaline on the inside and a pearlized clear finish on the outside with iridized green drops extending up from the base. This vase is almost 12" tall and is 5" wide at the base. Excellent condition! No chips or damage. It was made by Kralik and is called Teardrop. There is no signature on the vase that we can find.
This bowl has two colors over clear glass: vaseline and blue. There are areas of design that cut through the outer vaseline color and blue color to the clear glass. The engraving is quite nice: crisp and detailed. The width across the top is 10 1/8". It stands 3 7/8" tall and the base is 4 7/8" wide. We have no idea who made this bowl. We are dating it from the 1920's and probably of Bohemian origin. No chips or damage. Very nice condition.
Unsigned, 19th Century LOBMEYR (attributed), premiere glassmaker of VIENNA,
CRYSTAL DRINKING TAZZA, with flared, flute-cut stem; circular knops, all with gilt decoration; waisted bowl with flared rim, finely etched overall, and finalized with lustrous gilt.
OCEAN art deco vase made by Josef Inwald, Bohemia for the English importer John Jenkin & Son. Cast and frosted glass with fish decoration and sea-horse handles.
Excellent condition. Height: 6 3/4 inches (17.5 cm)
Rare 19th Century all-over Raised Gilt Ewer in the Venetian style, by Moser, attributed as it is unmarked. Monumental size at 17" (43.18 cm) tall, 3.75" (9.52 cm) foot diameter; ground rim at foot. Substantial loss to the top gilding layer; completely restorable, by cold application if desired. Excellent condition with no damage whatsoever. c. 1880-1900. $45 US Shipping.
19th C (1890-1900) double-overlay art glass, Chalice, Footed Goblet, created in one piece of mouth blown glass from top to base, inclusive of the bowl, a self-knop, pedestal stem, and the foot.
Moorish style cuts begin at the outer layer of blue, to white, to clear, and then further cut into concave patterns in all of the overlay designs with the exception of the fluted cuts on the pedestal base which end flush wit... Click for details
A RARE piece of Loetz "Marmoriertes" ONYX GLASS VASE, displaying the marbelized colors of brown, deep red, and green. The interior layer is an attractive, and very pale blue opaque glass; quatrefoil foliate rim edged in gilt; the foot and neck of the vase have been acid-etched in a very small raised whorling finish, and overlay with raised white enameling, lushly accented with gilt, and formed in a lambrekin and scrolling floral pattern, a definitive Far Eastern motif.... Click for details