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This is an American lamp Signed Handel Co. # 2196. The hand painted glass, dome shaped, shade is decorated with various green palm leaves some of which are highlighted with gold outlines. This beautiful shade sits on its original brass base we know because of the marked Hubbell socket that has a pull chain for turning the lamp on and off. Single bulb socket. Dates circa 1910.
Signed: Handel Co. #2196 on shade and base with marked Hubbell socket.
Measures: 18 1/2 inches high x 11 1/2 inches across.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs, base shows natural deep patina (not shiny).
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.
A cranberry vase with small florals decoration over the body done in enamel.
This is a beautiful pair of matching, faceted crystal, mouth-blown decanters in cranberry.
The ball-shaped honey-comb facetted stoppers fit securely inside the round, flat lips surrounding the openings at the tops of necks of the bottles.
The elongated necks have petal shaped facets that cascade down to the top of the bulbous decanter bottoms.
The bulbs are clear at the top, with a band of thumb-print impressions above double-diamond facets, covering the lower bottoms all the way to the bases.
The decanters are finished with inset, slightly raised, round, pedestal feet.
These decanters are in remarkable condition for their age. They would make a handsome addition to a collection of English cranberry glass, or wonderful additions to the wine or port service on a well-appointed dinner table.
Marked: Unmarked. Puntil visible and palpable on the bottom of the bases.
Measures: Height: 14″ Diameter: 6″ centre 5″ base.
This lovely vase has a simple form with a flat-rimmed raised lip above a bulbous body tapering down to a round, flat foot.
The vase is shades of bluish-green and gold with a whitish opaline interior and an irridescent rainbow-like surface shimmer over the luminous colour.
The vase is not signed but has been attributed to Fritz Heckert by austrian glass experts.
This elegant piece of art glass would make a handsome addition to any modern decor or art glass collection.
Marked: Unmarked. Pontil visible on the bottom of the vase (pictured).
Measures: Vase measures 6 ” high x 3 3/8 ” across at the top x 2 1/2 “across at the base .
A beautiful single fluted handblown cranberry Epergne, standing 31 inches tall.
Ribbed decoration throughout the glass with fluted top rim.
Victorian Glass Vase, Circa 1870.
A beautiful Victorian vase in a pink pearl colour with a green crimped rim, it dates circa 1870. It is beautifully glass blown with a continuous swirl and wave pattern. The form is a unique hourglass shape.
Measures: 6 inches in height.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. (unpolished pontil mark on bottom)
English Cased Glass Cracker Jar c. 1890
A joyful English cased glass cracker, it dates circa 1890. It is a lovely pink rose colour on the exterior, cased on yellow glass by the interior. It beautifully glass blown with a polish pontil, it features a silver plated lid and rim, with a unique braided handle it’s ready to pick up and hold.
It is a delightful art object with all it’s components, perfect for holding fine objects of sorts.
Marks: On the silver plated, there is faded English hallmarks from signs of rubbing. (image included)
Measures: 4 inches in height.
Excellent Condition: (Minimal yellow tarnish on the silver plated rim from gentle use )
Cranberry Cased White Glass Vase
A beautiful Victorian vase in a cranberry colour cased on white with a continuous thumb print pattern. It is beautifully glass blown and designed with a polished pontil and ruffled rim. The shape is a unique terrestrial flower shape, that reminds one of a sea anemone.
Measures: 5.5 inches in height.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs.
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.
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.
Victorian Cranberry Jug with Gilt & Enamel Decoration.
A beautifully glass blown cranberry jug, with a hand-painted gilt & enamel decoration, it dates back to the Victorian era. It features, a lovely heart shape with a well-polished pontil to set in place, a narrow neck and peak, and a clear handle ready to pick up and pour.
Measures: 6 inches in height.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minimals wear from age, and fades on decorated enamel, with three small ticks on the rim, image included)
Victorian Glass Vase With Hand Painted Scene – Mary Gregory c.1890
A lovely glass vase decorated with a hand-painted scene by American artist Mary Gregory, it dates circa 1890. The scene painted in enamel white depicts a curious gentlemen arranging a bouquet of flowers. The body is a emerald green and clear glass combination, with a unique, yet sophisticated touch of leaf accents on the sides.
This is a lovely art object that is perfect for any centre piece, or home decor.
Measures: 10 inches in height.
Excellent condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. (Minimal scratches in paint, with a small chip on rim with images provided)