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Bernardi’s Antiques sells fine European & American Art Glass by top makers such as Gallé, Daum Nancy, Steuben, Tiffany, Lalique & Loetz.
We also carry Art Nouveau and Art Deco Glass and by lesser named makers such as Durand, Schneider, Muller, Sabino, Legras & Moser.
Also find crystal and other glass here.  We have several Waterford, Irish crystal patterns.

Many more pieces are available that are not listed here.

Please email us at david@bernardisantiques.com for any questions you may have.

All prices are in CANADIAN Dollars.

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Large L.C. Tiffany Gold Iridescent Favrile Vase with Wheel Etched Leaves

Large L.C. Tiffany Gold Iridescent Favrile Vase with Wheel Etched Leaves

An exquisite gold iridescent vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany – New York.  The large shoulder shape vase is wheel cut engraves throughout the body with Leaves.  The vase is signed and numbered on the bottom.

Measures:  11.5 inches high x 7.5 inches wide

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Emile Gallé French Cameo Glass Stick Vase – circa 1900

Emile Gallé French Cameo Glass Stick Vase – circa 1900

$2,800.00

A beautiful French cameo glass vase by Gallé. Bulbous bottom with stick body. The layered glass is white and green background with a cameo cut layer of leaves and branches.

Signed Gallé in cameo. France, circa 1900.

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Large Bohemian Glass Chalice with Hand Painted Floral Panels – circa 1870.

Large Bohemian Glass Chalice with Hand Painted Floral Panels – circa 1870.

$1,250.00

A beautiful Bohemian glass chalice.  White glass outer layer cut down to cranberry layer and hand painted floral panels.

Brass collar attached for strength to stem.

Bohemia – dates circa 1870.

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Loetz Vase with Applied Iridescent Blue “Lily Pad and Rush” Floral – circa 1920’s

Loetz Vase with Applied Iridescent Blue “Lily Pad and Rush” Floral – circa 1920’s

$2,900.00

A lovely Loetz vase in a translucent white colour with applied glass lily pad base and bull rush running up the body of the vase.  The translucent Opal / white background has decorative internal oval air bubbles throughout the vase.  The applied bull rush and lily pad is in an iridescent oil spot blue.  The piece is marked “Czechoslovakia” in three lines on the bottom of the pontil.

The closest examples I could find on Loetz.com with air bubbles are under the Ausfuehrung decors index.

Measures:  9 1/8 inches high x 5 1/8 inches wide at top rim.

Marked on interior of bottom pontil  –   “Czechlosovakia” (split into 3 lines).

Excellent condition all around.  No chips, cracks or repairs.

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Signed Abel Combe French Cameo Glass Vase with Bronze Mounts marked France circa 1880-1890

Signed Abel Combe French Cameo Glass Vase with Bronze Mounts marked France circa 1880-1890

French Cameo Glass Vase with Bronze Mounts
Signed Able Combe, France circa 1880-1890

This stunning vase is by the renowned glass artist Able Combe from France.  The cameo glass has a green/ blue design over the yellow/orange background and is accented with bronze mounts.

Marked on the the glass: Able Combe.

Marked on the bottom of the mount: France.

Dates: between 1880 and 1890.

Measures: 9 1/4 inches high x 4 inches wide.

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American PAIRPOINT Puffy Hanging Light with Butterflies – circa 1910

American PAIRPOINT Puffy Hanging Light with Butterflies – circa 1910

A beautiful hanging Art Glass reverse painted shade by the Pairpoint Corp. in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

The shade is reverse painted with butterflies and florals.  The shade is signed twice on the interior – Pairpoint Corp.

Many puffy shades are for table lamps – but sometimes used for hanging light fixtures as seen in the “Pairpoint Lamps” book by Edward & Sheila Malakoff.

Excellent condition with small glass sliver to the hole where the brass attaches to the chains.

Shade measures 14 inches diameter.

 

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R. Lalique “Vierge a L’enfant” (Madonna & Child) Plinth Form Glass on Wood Stand. circa 1934

R. Lalique “Vierge a L’enfant” (Madonna & Child) Plinth Form Glass on Wood Stand. circa 1934

A rare signed R. LALIQUE plinth form glass statue on fitted wooden base titled “Vierge a L’infant”.

Signed R. Lalique on side with acid etched signature.

Measures:  14.5 inches high.

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Victorian Vaseline Glass EPERGENE in Green circa 1870

Victorian Vaseline Glass EPERGENE in Green circa 1870

$1,250.00

This is a beautiful Victorian vaseline glass Epergne. It dates circa 1870 and is traditionally used to display flowers.

It has a tall centre trumpet, two curved side trumpets, two spiral canes that support a hanging basket of which there are two.

The Vaseline glass is edged with a bright green along each ruffled rim and has right green applied glass decorations on the three main trumpets. The base is square in shape with a green ruffled rim.

Measures:  22 inches tall x 14 3/4 inches wide

Excellent Condition.

 

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Large 14.5 inch American Silver Overlay Vase – Silver over Green. circa 1890

Large 14.5 inch American Silver Overlay Vase – Silver over Green. circa 1890

A large and beautifully silver overlaid green glass vase that tapers in shape near the base and opens up into a wide mouth with a fluted rim.  The silver overlay is beautiful quality with no damage whatsoever and is quite thick with silver.

American circa 1890.

Measures 14.5 inches high.

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Daum Nancy Cameo & Enamel Glass Bowl.

Daum Nancy Cameo & Enamel Glass Bowl.

$3,200.00

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Pair of American Brilliant Cut Tall Pedestal Compotes

Pair of American Brilliant Cut Tall Pedestal Compotes

A beautifully cut pair of tall pedestal crystal compotes – brilliant cut.  circa 1920

Each measures:  9 inches high x 6 inches diameter.

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American Wavecrest Jewelry Box – Fluted Shape with Hand painted Cupid.

American Wavecrest Jewelry Box – Fluted Shape with Hand painted Cupid.

$750.00

A beautiful Wavecrest glass square box with a wavy / fluted shape.  Gilt feet and trim – and hand decorated all over with flower and a portrait of a cupid on the top of the box.
American, circa 1890.

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Bohemian Crystal 2 Colour Dresser Box with Dutch .830 Silver Lid – circa 1900

Bohemian Crystal 2 Colour Dresser Box with Dutch .830 Silver Lid – circa 1900

$575.00

A beautiful cut Bohemian crystal – cut purple to clear with a Dutch silver .830 lid.  circa 1900

Measures:  6 inches wide x 4 inches deep x  3  3/4 inches high.

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Large Cranberry English Single Flute Epergne, circa 1880

Large Cranberry English Single Flute Epergne, circa 1880

$975.00

A beautiful single fluted handblown cranberry Epergne, standing 31 inches tall.

Ribbed decoration throughout the glass with fluted top rim.

circa 1880

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Waterford “Colleen” pattern – Champagne Coupe / Sherbert

Waterford “Colleen” pattern – Champagne Coupe / Sherbert

$45.00

Waterford “Colleen” pattern – White wine size – short stem.

Measures:  4 3/8 inch tall

early Signed “Waterford” mark – circa 1960’s

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Waterford “Colleen” pattern – Champagne Flutes

Waterford “Colleen” pattern – Champagne Flutes

$75.00

Waterford “Colleen” pattern – Champagne Flutes – short stem.

Measures:  7 1/4 inch tall

early Signed “Waterford” mark – circa 1960’s

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Waterford “Colleen” pattern – White Wine (short stem) 4 3/8 inch

Waterford “Colleen” pattern – White Wine (short stem) 4 3/8 inch

$45.00

Waterford “Colleen” pattern – White wine size – short stem.

Measures:  4 3/8 inch tall

early Signed “Waterford” mark – circa 1960’s

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“Verre sur Verre” Cameo Glass and Enameled Vase, Signed Webb and Corbett

“Verre sur Verre” Cameo Glass and Enameled Vase, Signed Webb and Corbett

$2,200.00

This is a “verre sur verre” enameled cameo glass baluster vase by the renowned English artisanal glass manufacturing firm of Webb and Corbett.#0; The vase is decorated in the Art Nouveau manner, with vivid and sinuous irises and foliage in purple, green, and blue, outlined in black and foregrounded on an etched background. The rim and foot are banded with an irregular hand-applied enamel graphic in shades of lime and raspberry, with a black linear edge.

Webb was founded in Stourbridge England in 1897 by George Corbett, Thomas Webb III, and Herbert Webb, both grandsons of Thomas Webb. Although better known for their cut crystal table ware, they did produce enamelled objects in the early 20th century David Smith was primarily responsible for these artisanal creations.

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A SIGNED LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY FAVRILE 11″ ART GLASS BOWL w. FROG, c. 1914-15

A SIGNED LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY FAVRILE 11″ ART GLASS BOWL w. FROG, c. 1914-15

$2,200.00

This exquisitely beautiful, signed Tiffany bowl features a removable frog, used for arranging flowers. 

The bowl and frog are both decorated, inside and out, with irridescent “butterfly wing” blue. The bowl has a raised peacock feather design in the glass, radiating out from the centre.

This wonderful bowl would make an exceptionallly fine addition to a collection of Tiffany art glass, or take pride of place in a home with American Arts and Crafts decor. 


Marked: Signed on the bottom of the frog , “Louis C. Tiffany, favrile” for hand-made studio art glass. Bowl marked “Louis C. Tiffany furnaces”. Bowl is further marked with the numbers ” 1687 – 934 N” Frog has a number “8966 M”. (pictured).

Measures: Bowl measures 11″ across x 2″ H at rim. Frog stands 3 1/2″ H x 3″ across.

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A VICTORIAN FAIRY LAMP in QUEEN’S BURMESEWARE by THOMAS WEBB for S. CLARKE, 1887

A VICTORIAN FAIRY LAMP in QUEEN’S BURMESEWARE by THOMAS WEBB for S. CLARKE, 1887

$875.00

This enchanting Burmese-ware lamp is called a “fairy light” because the pink and yellow glass glows inside when lit, like a fairy caught in jar.  At least that’s what the Victorians thought!

The lamp consists of three original and intact pieces: a domed shade, that graduates in colour from a rich, warm rose at the top, to a pale butter yellow at the bottom; a pressed glass, clear “crystal” liner, inside the base; and  a saucer stand, with an open cylindrical centre, deepening in colour from pale yellow in the middle to the same rose as the top of the shade, along the raised, frilled, outer rim.

The crystal dish liner is meant to hold a tea light; the saucer; small fruit or floating flowers.  As you can see from the photos, it is beautiful when lit.

The distinguished English glassmakers, Thomas Webb and Sons (1837-1990) made this Queen’s Burmese-ware lamp to be sold by S. Clarke, who was a candle manufacturer. Clarke patented  the design of “fairy lamps” for use as night lights.  This type of glass is referred to as “Queen’s” Burmese ware because Queen Victoria, the reigning British monarch, at the time, was especially enamoured of the warmly coloured glass.

It’s rare to find an intact fairy light in such exceptional condition. If you collect English glass or fairy lamps, this would be a glorious addition to your treasures.

Marked: On the interior rim of the cylinder saucer centre, on one side, in circular black overprinted marks, with: ” S. Clarks”, then,  “Patent,  Trademark, Fairy”.  On the opposite side, in the same manner: an outside ring with “Queens Burmeseware Patented” and on the interior, “Thomas Webb and Sons”, c. 1887 (pictured).

Measures: Assembled:  apx. 6 1/2″ high.  Shade:  4″ H x 3 1/2″ across.   Saucer/stand:  7 1/2″ across x 1″ H at the exterior rim. Liner: 4″ across x 1  1/2″ H. 

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