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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 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
This large round American opalware glass Nakara jewelry box is by the C.F. Monroe company out of Meridian, Connecticut. It is hand painted with two delightful cherubs in the clouds surrounded by flowers touched with a blush of pink and highlighted with raised white enamel dots over an olive green background. This jewel box features the original beige fabric lining and hinged ormolu mounts.
Marked: Nakara, C.F.M. Co. on bottom – for C. F Monroe, the founder and maker of Nakara from Meridian, Connecticut, USA.
Measures: 8 inches in Diameter x 3 3/4 inches high.
Excellent Condition: Liner is exceptional, hinge works well and there is no chips or cracks.
Large French Art Nouveau Cameo Glass vase by Legras, circa 1895
A large bulbous bodied cameo glass vase by Francois-Theodore Legras, it dates circa 1895, Paris, France. It is a specular vase inspired by the simple, yet whimsical patterns of nature during the movement of Art Nouveau , “New Art”. The wonderful cameo pattern are in the muted tones of brown, red and green over a warm yellow background. The large leaves in the design are very outstanding in quality and technique.
A stunning vase by Francois- Theodore Legras, that would make an exquisite centre piece and would benefit from being showcased with lighting.
Signed: in cameo – Legras.
Measures: 10 inches in height x 7 1/2 inches wide x 5 inches deep
Excellent Condition: No chips, or cracks or repairs.
A lovely scenic cameo glass vase by Legras. The red layer featuring a continuous scene of deer foraging through the forest over a frosted “Ice effect” base layer.
The vase is a oval globular shape. Polished pontil underneath. Signed Legras in cameo. Dates France, circa 1920’s
Measures: 6 1/2 inches high x 5 inches wide
Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs.
A 5 flute cranberry epergne consisting of 1 Long centre flute and 4 smaller flutes that sit on a ruffled cranberry bowl. The epergne was a common Victorian decoration for cut flowers and always made a table or buffet brighter.
England circa 1870.
Excellent Condition. Minor wear. (small air bubble surface mark – see close up image for reference.)
An ‘Art Nouveau Austrian Glass – Claret Jug – J.Van Houton’ – dates circa, 1900. It features an exquisite ‘Art Nouveau’ claret jug design in a unusual green glass, with a unique pewter mounted handle and lid. Base is also pewter mounted. Beautiful condition.
Marked. Austrian Hallmarked. Maker: J.Van Houton – dates 1900.
Measures: 9 inches tall x 6 inches in diameter.
A ‘Czechoslovakian Crystal Vase’ in coloured glass – made in Czechoslovakia, dated 1948. It features an unusual tall design with bulbous and round shape, and coloured in teal and decorated with deep red tones.
Marked. Crystal Handmade Beleor. From Czechoslovakia.
Measures: 14 1/2 inches tall x 5 1/2 inches wide.
An Art Deco- early 20th Century – “Coquelicot” Port Wine Decanter Set – Signed R. Lalique. It features 1 port wine decanter with 7 glasses, decorated with matching poppy motifs and highlighted with black enamel. Beautiful set.
Signed. “R.Lalique” France – circa 1930.
Decanter measures: 7 inches tall x 6 inches wide
Each Glass measures: 2 inches tall x 2 1/4 inches wide.
A ‘Victorian Blue Ruffled Glass Jug’- made in England – dates circa 1870. It features a large glass body with ruffled edge and applied reed handle, decorated with hand painted daisies and leaves in white and gold. Beautiful condition.
Measures: 9 inches tall x 7 inches wide (3 inches from handle.)
A ‘Austrian Bimini Liqueur Set and Decanter ‘ in green and peach coloured glass – dates circa 1925, ‘Art Deco’ period. Set consists of five liqueur glasses and decanter, decorated with matching dancing figurines in the iconic ‘Bimini’ style.
Decanter measures: 8 1/2 inches tall x 2 1/2 inches wide.
Glass measures: 3 7/8 inches tall x 2 inches wide.
Excellent Condition. No chips, cracks or repairs.
A beautiful clear crystal and bronze trim jewelry box, with unique hexagonal shape. It features gilt bronze rims and hinges, and a decorative etched pattern on the top.
Measures: 3 1/2 inches long x 3 1/8 inches tall (3 inches width)
Signed R. Lalique Opalscent Vase- Pattern Graines. France, circa 1930’s
This is an exquisite opalescent vase by René Lalique with the title “Graines” (seeds). The rings of seeds layer the base and body where the vase emerges in a trumpet shape.
A bluish / white opalescence throughout the vase.
Signed R.Lalique on bottom of vase – indicating the vase was made before René Laliques death in 1945.
Measures: 7 1/2 inches high x 7 1/2 inches wide at mouth of vase