A beautiful scenic cameo glass vase by French glass artist – Emile Gallé. The round form cut in two layers – a deep purple top layer cut down to a white / yellow background. Trees and lake scene. Signed Gallé in the body.
Measures: 6 1/4 inches high x 4 3/4 inches wide.
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.
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.
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.