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 beautiful cameo glass bowl by Daum Nancy with a landscape featuring the perfect balance of land and sea. The bottom of the bowl is like the shore, lined with trees that give way to sailboats on water with mountains and a tree line in distance. This is a low round bowl with a rim that is pulled at the rim in four spots. The colours remind me of a fall day at sunset, warm browns and mottled pinky oranges and greens achieve the look.
Dates: Circa 1895.
Signed: Daum Nancy France in cameo.
Measures: 8 inches wide x 3 1/2 inches high.
Excellent Condition: No chips, cracks or repairs. One tree trunk shows a tiny exposed air bubble of less than 2mm.
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.
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.
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.