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Lamp # 1. A 19th century miniature lamp. Size: to the top of the chimney: 14"; to the top of the threaded burner font opening: 4.5"; the shade has a 4.75" opening. The glass font is red flashed over clear glass with multiple bullseye carved into the glass. The burner is "Kosmos Brenner". The "tam-o-shanter" style shade is a white over clear glass. . Condition: tiny flake to the top of the chimney. Minor scratches to the red flashed glass. Price: $725.00.


# 5174. An American Art Glass and White Metal vase. Circa 1880's. Peachblow Trumpet glass with silver plate holder manufactured (and marked) by "E.G. Webster, & Bro." "New York"; marked "triple plate" and the incised number "77". Size: 12.75" tall. The glass peachblow vase insert is 8.5" tall and 3.75" in diameter at the top. Condition: the metal holder where the cuff of the arm and hand meet the base is slightly bent with the entirety slightly cocked. There is a split in the white metal where the trumpet vase fits into its holder. The silver plate is worn with imperfections. Still with it's condition problems, this is a rare form incorporating American Art Glass and a high style Victorian hand motif. Price: $425.00.


# 5092. A miniature American Art Glass Kerosene lamp. Circa 1949. Fenton : L.G. Wright. Satin Peachblow "Plume" pattern. Size: 7" tall to the top of the shade; the shade is 3.75" across. Condition: interior diamond shaped crack in the white cased glass not showing through to the peachblow glass on the outside. Price: $750.00.


An American Art Glass bowl. Late 19th century. Size: 4.5" tall ( to the top of the ruffle) and handle to handle it is 10.5" across. This bowl was made to look like a hankerchief was laid inside the bowl with the ruffled edge surrounding the bowl. The color is salmon with the edges a pale hue of the darker color. The handles are applied. Condition: tiny flake to the edge of one of the ruffles. Price: $450.00.


A pair of Victorian American Satin Art Glass bobeches. Pink with frosted ruffled edges. Size: about 4.5" across with a 1" opening. This is a matched pair of candle bobeches. Late 19th century. Condition: tiny under edge flakes where the candle fits; no cracks or repairs. Price: $350.00 the pair.


Pitcher # 1. An American Victorian Era Satin Art Glass Pitcher. Size: 8 7/8" tall. Cased glass with white glass on the inner layer. The color is very pale pink at the base growing darker to a deep orange/pink at the ruffled top. Applied handle. Condition: no chips, flakes or restorations. Tiny surface blemishes consistent with use and age. Late 19th century. Price: $225.00.


Item # 4813. A large Blown, Cut and Etched Pokol or Goblet. We don't know if this is European or American. It has decorations similar to Sandwich grape and leave decor from the 19th century. We are offering this goblet as 19th century and it could be as early as 1825 or as late as the 1880's. Probably used in a tavern as an celebration goblet. The base is 5" across and to top opening is also 5" across. The goblet is 16" tall. The pontil on the base is not ground. The stem is twisted, the lower section of the goblet itself has large faceted 'cuts' while the top third of the goblet is etched with a surround of grapes, leaves and vines. Condition: no chips, cracks; it just shows normal wear of over 125 years of use. The goblet itself hold approximately 5 cups of liquid. The color: the images show a darkened glass BUT the glass is absolutely clear with no color whatsoever. Price: $450.00.


# 5158. An early 20th century Secession metal mounted art glass vase. Size: 13" tall and 8.5" across (outside metal dimensions). Condition: no losses to the metalwork; there are tiny edge flakes to the upper rim. There is no pontil on the underside. Some wear to the glass bottom edge and some wear to the upper ring as it surrounds the glass neck. Presumed to be Josef Rindskopf and Sons. A similar form is without metal mounting is pictured on page 8 of Volume 1 # 3 of the Czechoslovakian Collectors Guild International. As described: " Item . . . 6 is possibly Peacock Glass". Price: $1,750.00.


# 5014. A pair of Aesthetic Victorian art glass cream and sugar. Manufactured by Consolidated Glass. It is called shell and seaweed pattern. The glass appears deep rose color at the top fading to a pale pink at the base. The form is a shell and coral like decoration in blown relief with enamel painted flower and stem decorations. The metal work is silver plated consistent with production by any number of Conn. silver companies of the 19th century. The interior of the glass is consistently white implying that the glass is cased. Condition: the metal is worn of most of the silver. The enamel paint decoration appears intact. There are no losses to the metal or cracks or chips to the glass. The shell and coral decoration is very much in blown out relief. There are minor paint losses and scuffing consistent with use and age. I would dates this set around 1885. Price: $450.00 the pair.


Item # 4667. A set of four candle sleaves probably made for a gas table lamp or gas chandelier or gas wall sonces. The fixture in any event would have been a high style Art Nouvea design. Probably Palme Koenig but possibly Loetz. c. 1900. Each is different but the sizes are the same: 6.5" tall, 3/4" out side dimension with 5/8" iniside dimension. Condition: fleck to one of the candles; tiny roughage on tops and bottoms. Price $1,250.00 the set.


Shade 5. Offering an unusual Quilted Amberina Style Glass Ball shade. Suitable for a column, moderator or carcel lamp. Size: 7" tall; 7" diameter; fitter opening 2 1/4". Condition: edge flakes to the fitter opening and I suspect that there were fitter rings at the top and bottom of the shade and those are missing. Colors are range from a deep ruby to a very pale pink. Don't know where or who made this shade. Believe it to be period, sometime in the late 19th century. Joseph Locke of the New England Glass Company developed Amberina and it was registered by W.L. Libbey. If this is Amberina, it is a pretty rare shade. Price: $300.00.


Item # 4551. Believed to be a Sandwich Glass Chalice. c. 1845-55. Size: 9.5" tall. 4 7/8" footprint, 4.25" opening. Condition: as noted a tiny flea bite on one of the leaves in the cup section. Also there is a tiny flea bite on the footed rim. The leaves, vines and grapes are wheel cut into the glass. Color red to cranberry: somewhere in between. Perhpaps used in a low protestant church. Flashed Bohemian style glass.You can feel the veining in the leaves. From a private home on Cape Cod, MA. Price: $750.00.


Item Number 4147a. A vase: att. to Pairpoint. layered glass: white on the inside and pale blue on the outside; quilted design. Applied leaf, fruit and handle. Condition: pictures note condition: edge rim flake; possible edge flake to two of the leaf extremeties. Size: 7.25" tall. From a New Bedford Mass Estate. Price: $225.00.


# 3959. I believe that this particular American Art Glass vase is Durand made by the Vineland Flint Glass Works of Vineland, New Jersey. Unsigned. Similiar works by Tiffany, Steuben and Quezal. This item is shown in DURAND THE MAN AND HIS GLASS by Meschi on page 72. He identifies it as a Syrup dispenser which would account fot the short collar at the top where the metal cap would go. White glass inside, gold (variously shaded with satin and glossy finished and a favrile ness to the surface. No pontil but a slightly recessed coin size area to the center of the underside of the vase. Footprint: 5.5"; top opening: 3.5"; 11" tall. Condition: tiny, tiny flakes to the rim. Tiny Surfaces scratches consistent with age and cleaning.I suspect that this was a base to a lamp and a cap covered the top. The entire surface of this vase has a satin finish with the exception of a one inch band at the base of the vase: that area is glossy. Price: $495.00.


# 3713. Bohemian "Spa" glass, mid 19th century. Red flash against clear. Worn gilt bands at the lip. 4-3/4" tall. $450.00



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