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Bernardi’s Antiques sells fine European & American Art Glass by top makers such as Gallé, Daum Nancy, Steuben, Tiffany, Lalique & Goetz. 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.
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A sterling top and handled Victorian period claret jug dated 1888. The bottom cross pattern crystal is cut fine and sharp with a fern cut twist pattern on the bottom. The top is English hallmarked Sterling for Birmingham, 1888 by Haseler Brothers (Edward John Haseler & Noble Haseler).
Measures: 8 1/2 inches high x 5 inches side (including handle).
A beautiful set of cranberry wine glasses and champagne coupes with a twist bowl and heavy encrusted gold rims.
8 Tall wine glasses – measuring: 8 inches tall with a 4 inch wide mouth
8 Champagne coupes – measuring: 5 1/2 inches tall with a 4 1/2 inch wide mouth.
A handsome cut crystal Whisky jug with a sterling silver repoussé top and collar. The cap twists a half turn and locks into place. The crystal is deeply cut and the silver top is decorated with florals.
Measures: 8 1/4 inches high x 5 1/2 inches wide
Marked with Gorham silver marks – Lion, Anchor and ‘G’ mark. Sterling & S830.
dates circa 1890.
Excellent condition – No chips, cracks or repairs
A typical gold flecked ribbed Murano vase – attributed to Barovier & Toso circa 1960’s.
Heavy glass vase with a wide mouth opening. Polished pontil bass. Typical of Barovier & Toso’s work.
Vase measures: 8 1/2 inches high x 9 1/2 inches wide.
A very colourful Art Glass vase – might be Loetz, but more likely another Glass maker in Austria at the time – ‘Kralik’. The Nautilus shell type shape with a creamy yellow background with silver oil spot decoration overtop. The shell sits upon a handblown transparent green base. A rough pontil is shown on the underside. The rim is fluted in shape and the interior is cased in a milky white.
Measures: 6 1/4 inches high
An Art Nouveau period claret jug with pewter mounts (handle, spout, collar & bead decoration). The jug is two layers of glass – Red overtop of clear and the red is cut down to show the clear. circa 1890.
The jug is “Bohemian” where many of this glass was produced – the region then became “Czechoslovakia” after the first World War and where glass and crystal production is continued to this day.
Measures: 11 inches high.
A nice crystal decanter with hand etching and .800 silver mounting on the base and collar and finial. The finial is in the shape of a Putti, and the bottom mounting has decorative scenes. The body is multi-faceted in shape.
Marked: .800 with Dutch 19th century Hallmarks.
Measures: 10.5 inches high x 3.75 inches
German Silver & Etched Crystal Decanter
This crystal decanter is hand etched and features outstanding .800 silver mounting enhancing the base, collar and finial. The body of the decanter is a slender rectangle with a narrow neck delicately etched with scrolls and foliage. The silver work on the base depicts a figural scene with a Man extending a bouquet to a Lady as they stand beside a garden fence. The silver collar has a scene depicting 3 cupids – one with a bow, one with the arrows, and one looking on. The decorative finial has a crystal stopper topped with silver in a traditional design that fits well.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs.
Marked: .800 with German Late 19th century Hallmarks.
Measures: 11 3/4 inches high x 3 5/8 inches wide x 2 1/4 inches deep
A beautifully shaped Jack in the Pulpit iridescent vase – most likely by either Loetz, Austria – or Poschinger, Germany circa 1900.
The vase has a nice flowing shape with a ‘Papillon’ iridescent finish, and polished pontil on bottom.
Measures: 6 3/4 inches high x
A Pair of crystal narrow long neck bottle decanters with wheel cutting along the 6 sided neck of each bottle and linear circle etching along the bulbous body. Each has a multi faceted stopper. Perfect for wine or claret. dates circa 1900.
Each Measures: 12 inches high x 6 1/2 inches wide
Austrian gold encrusted wine glasses with wide decorated rim with foot also having thin gold band. circa 1920’s
Measures: 6 3/4 inches high.
A nice example of a vintage Moser Eternity Bud Vase in Rosalin pink crystal. Beautiful colour.
Originally designed by Franz Voigt in about 1940.
Measures. 4 3/4 inches tall.
A large Art Deco opalescent charger with a design of a Pheonix by Pierre D’Avesn. Pierre d’Avesn studied at the prestigious Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. At the age of fourteen, was hired to work with René Lalique, who taught him the art of glass making. During this period, he designed Lalique’s famous “Serpent” vase as well as the “Tourbillons” vase, two of the most highly priced and extremely collectable pieces by “Lalique”.
In 1927, he worked at Daum to design the Verreries D’Art Lorrain near Luneville. Between 1937 and 1940 d’Avesn managed the Verlys glassworks.
Measures: 15 inches diameter.
A ‘Crystal Ice Bucket – American Brilliant Period Cut Glass’ – made in America, dates circa 1920. It features a nice medium sized body and design, decorated with a deep cut chain of hobstar motifs with alternating stacks of little stars throughout the exterior, with a scalloped- cut rim and two rounded handles. Beautiful condition.
No mark. American Brilliant Period Cut Glass.
Measures: 7 1/4 inches wide x 5 3/4 inches tall.
A beautiful colour in this cameo glass bowl by Daum. The cameo flowers are acid cut and then painted in enamels – a technique Daum did frequently in the mid 1890’s. The bowl measures 8 inches across and the bright yellow background makes the coloured leaves and flower stand out that much more.
Signed on body, Daum Nancy with cross of Lorraine.
France, circa 1895.
Measures: 8 1/4 inches wide x 3 1/2 inches high