Traditional form with ribbed glass is cut into eight sections. Sterling silver mount is recessed to hold matches. Hallmarks: F & Co., Ltd., London 1924. 3" H.
Fine, heavy quality Swedish decanter. The front has an intricately etched galloping horse. Engraved A1 beneath, as often seen on Orrefors glass. Circa 1960. 8 1/2" H.
Sterling silver tray has a golf club perched upon its top. Bottom of the tray is glass. Hallmarks for Birmingham 1905. 1 1/8" H., 2 7/8" W.
Lovely pair of Frederick Carder Steuben candlesticks in the highly collected twist-stem form. The stunning Pomona Green candlesticks are Carder's original design #686 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 160. Circa 1920's. 10" H.
Stunning Frederick Carder design in Ivory and Mirror Black glass. The vase, with its lobed and fluted form, rises upon a footed support. Carder's design #7331 as illustrated on page 293 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner; circa 1920's. 8 5/8" H.
Tall, footed perfume bottle with a guilloche enamel and sterling silver stopper. The stopper retains its long dauber and the sky-blue enamel work has a lovely engine-turned pattern. the crystal is hand-cut with rambling flowers and vines. American circa 1925. 5 7/8" H.
Elegant cut-crystal, footed perfume bottle with guilloche enamel stopper which retains its dauber. Lush aqua enamel has a florette- and engine-turned pattern. A delicate engraved flower-and-leaf pattern in silver encircles the enamel top. Hand-cut flowers complete the bulbous crystal form. American circa 1925. 5 1/2" H.
Elegant, thick-walled, French opaline glass box. The rectangular form has bevel-cut edging. A gilded mount with floral-relief detail enhances the box, and a bow-shape clasp completes the design. France circa 1920. 3 1/8" H., 3 1/2" W., 5 1/4" L.
Lovely set-of-six Val St. Lambert wine, or water goblets. The cased glasses are in the famous Belgian workshop's well-known red, or rose color. Each is cut in vertical, elongated ovals, alternating with rising, long-stemmed florettes. Five-sided, tapering stems are geometrically cut. Each of the fine quality, mid-century goblets is 7 3/4" H.
Unusual glass cocktail shaker with engraved liquid measures upon the surface. Upon the right side are increments for up to 20 ounces, and on the left, up to one pint. Silvered mounts with gadroon edging bear marks for the well-known James Dixon & Son of Sheffield, circa 1930's. 8 3/4" H. *** Long established as a leading specialist in finest quality period Art Deco era cocktail shakers - From classic to figural forms - Over 75 examples in our stock at all times - Many not listed on our site ***
Fine in both quality and design. The tall, hand-hammered Chinese export silver shot glass has a detailed, hand-chased dragon applique that wraps about the circumference. A vacant medallion applique further enhances the design. Made by the Wing On silver workshop of Hong Kong circa 1920. 2 1/8" H.
Fine example of an early Sabino Art Deco vase in the "Les Aras" pattern. The golden amber glass depicts molded macaws perched among circular Art Deco patterns. Illustrated in the 'Catalogue Raisonne' of Sabino. Made in France circa 1927. Intaglio signature Sabino Paris upon base. 8 1/4" H.
Rich cobalt blue Imperial Glass vase decorated within with lead lustre. Vibrant contrast of the iridescent copper orange against blue on the classic form is stunning. Made in Ohio circa 1920's. 6 3/8" H.
Steuben compote, or footed bowl, in Blue Aurene on Calcite glass. The flaring form has lustrous blue iridescence. A variation of Frederick Carder's design number 8393 as illustrated on page 177 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner; circa 1920's. 2 7/8" H., 6" W.
Steuben Cluthra glass in the form of a goblet. The Art Deco example, with its hexagonal top, is shaded from Gold Ruby to white with internal bubbles. The footed glass is Frederick Carder's design number 6909, as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 194; circa 1920's. 6 1/2" H.
Sterling silver tyg tri- handle-form shot glass. The traditional English design is fully hallmarked: Adie Bros.; Birmingham 1926. 1 3/4" H., 1 1/2" W., 1 3/4" W. to handles
Steuben candlesticks with wide bases in Pomona Green are an optic swirl pattern. The broadly flaring tops are optic ribbed and in Amber glass. A stunning color combination in Frederick Carder's original design number 3581, circa 1920. A drawing for this form is illustrated on page 162 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner. 5 7/8" H.
Steuben Art Deco-era Martini goblet designed by Frederick Carder circa 1920. The fine example is in Rosaline glass with a twist-stem and foot in Alabaster glass. Carder's original design number 760 for this form is illustrated on page 195 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder." 5 1/2" H.