Cherub Antiques Gallery
Steuben Cluthra vase in amethyst. Nice example with a gradation of color as well as radiating bubbles. Amethyst becomes more intense at edge of bubbles. Frederick Carder's classic form number 2683 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 268. Signed beneath with Steuben Fleur-de-lis mark. Circa 1920's. 10 1/2" H., 9" W.
Steuben ivory glass vase in Frederick Carder's classic form #2683. Original design illustrated on page 268 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder." Stunningly effective form and design for practical use. Circa 1920's. 8 1/2" H., 7 1/4" W.
Footed black satin glass vase with chased silver overlay in a bold pattern of tall foliates with a central, open iris. The Tiffin glass vase was made by the United States Glass Co. in Tiffin, Ohio. The silver overlay is by the Rockwell Silver Co. of Meriden Connecticut, circa 1930. 11" H.
Fine Art Nouveau chased silver flowers and vines upon a Loetz glass vase. The lustrous green and violet satin glass becomes brilliant royal blue when exposed to light. Silver on the Austrian vase by Alvin workshop in Rhode Island, circa 1900. 4" H.
Beautifully presented in their original velvet- and silk-lined case. The set-of-six sterling silver Arts & Crafts tots, or shot glasses, were retailed by the famous Mappin & Webb Goldsmiths & Silversmiths at 2 Queen Victoria St., London. Each loop-handle-form tot is hallmarked: Charles Edwards, London 1905. 2 1/8" W., 1 1/2" H. each
Exceptional Frederick- Carder-era Steuben Blue Aurene bowl, or compote. The footed form, with a column that supports the lustrous blue bowl, has onion-skin edging along with purple and metallic highlights. Signed beneath Aurene with Carder's design number 2760. A drawing of the design is seen on the Carder Steuben Club website. 10 1/8" W., 4 1/2" H.
Tall pair of Steuben Frederick- Carder-era Pomona Green candlesticks. The elegant form, with its ribbed, baluster-and-knop column, has an optic-swirl foot as well as candle cup. Original drawing for this design number 6110 is seen on page 164 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder." Acid stamp Steuben signature beneath each. 12" H.
Tiffany Studios patinated bronze Grapevine-pattern letter rack in a double sided form. The reticulated filagree work on the Grapevine pattern reveals variegated Tiffany glass panels in green and white tones. Impressed marks upon the base: Tiffany Studios, New York, 1019. Circa 1905. A similar example is illustrated in "Tiffany Desk Sets," by Holland, page 88. 2 1/2" D., 5" H., 6 1/2" W.
A stunning example of fine Art Nouveau. The pewter-mounted glass vase is from the Moritz Hacker (Budapest 1849-1932) workshop founded in Vienna, Austria in 1882. Three detailed, cast irises climb the sides of the Loetz lilac glass vase decorated with undulating waves in aubergine. The well-regarded Hacker, a jeweler to the royal court, often collaborated with Loetz. Signed with Hacker workshop marks upon mount; Vienna circa 1900-05. 8 1/4" H.
Lovely pair of Frederick Carder Steuben candlesticks in the highly collected twist-form. Foot as well as candle cups are an optic-rib pattern. The stunning Amber candlesticks are Carder's original design #686 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 160. Circa 1920's. 8 1/8" H.
Fine set-of-six sterling silver tots, or shot glasses. The Arts & Crafts tyg tri-handle-form shots are each fully hallmarked: James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, London 1910. Beautifully presented in original fitted lush burgundy velvet- and satin-lined case. 2" H., 1 3/8" W., 2" W. to handles each
Wonderful sterling silver cock-tail goblets. Each of these rare-to-find examples has a fully cast, figural rooster as its stem. The set-of-four bears marks for the Reed & Barton Silver Co. of Massachusetts, circa 1950. 4 3/4" H., 3" W.
Art Nouveau Daum Nancy cameo glass quatrefoil-form bowl. Rambling golden leaves along with blue-purple berries, all in cameo, are around the circumference. A mottled background is in tones of yellow, green and amber. Signed in the cameo, Daum Nancy with the Croix de Lorraine. France circa 1900. 3 1/4" H., 8 1/4" W.
Silver overlay water pitcher is an ideal size for cocktail bar function. The hand-chased silver overlay is an Art Nouveau design with large flowers along with vines and a vacant shield. Made by the Alvin silver workshop of Rhode Island, circa 1900. 6" H., 6" W.
Made by the Merrill Shops of New York circa 1920-30. The small American silver workshop was known for fine Arts & Crafts designs. This unusual-to-find example of a cocktail shaker from this silver studio has a hand-hammered, sterling silver top cap and strainer section. The heavy quality crystal shaker is hand-cut in a Greek key pattern along with cut vertical panels upon its surface. Merrill Shops was founded in 1893 and active to 1931. 10 3/8" 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.***
Stunning example! The wide-lobed form vase, with a crimped center, is in a deep cornflower blue. Four sections of Vienna- Secession-design fine silver overlay, with a distinct Dagobert Peche influence, adorn the surface. The flared top is completely covered in silver. Germany circa 1915. 5 3/8" H.
Lovely pair of Steuben Frederick Carder-era candlesticks in Pomona Green glass. The tall, baluster-form candlesticks have optic swirl bases with rolled edges. Optic swirl candle cups complete the elegant pair. Frederick Carder's original design number 6270, as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 165. Acid stamp Steuben marks beneath. Circa 1920's. 10" 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.
Steuben Cluthra glass vase in apple green. Nice example with a gradation of color as well as radiating bubbles. Green becomes more intense at edge of bubbles. Frederick Carder's classic form number 2683, as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 268. Circa 1920's. 10" H., 9" W.
A rare set, both in color as well as motif. Cut, etched and enameled in blue. These enamel Art Deco decanter sets are usually in black or red enamel--blue examples are most unusual to find. The decanter is cut with seven alternating panels with the design of a heart, four-leaf clover, bird, anchor and horseshoe. Stopper cut with a heart and each of six glasses cut with wave and circle design. Beautiful, unique and in good condition. Czechoslovakia, circa 1925. Decanter 7 3/4" H., glasses 2 1/4" H.
Green Jade glass baluster-form vase with applied "M" handles in Alabaster glass. Beautiful classic design by Frederick Carder, circa 1920's. Carder design #8505 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," page 302. 7" W., 10" H.
Prohibition-era glass dumbbell cocktail shaker in cobalt blue. A silvered cap and strainer are mounted upon its top. These highly collected glass dumbbells were created in clear glass as well as in a variety of colors. Cobalt blue is among the most desirable for collectors of these whimsical, figural forms. American circa 1930s. 12 1/4" L. *** 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 ***
A rare color combination. Pair of Steuben conical-form goblets in Grenadine with applied Mirror Black rims. A clear wafer foot supports each goblet. Frederick Carder's design #5130 as illustrated on page 199 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner; circa 1920. One signed with Steuben acid stamp mark. 5 1/8" H.
Steuben optic swirl pattern amber fan vase with a knop support and wafer base. An iconic Art Deco form circa 1920's designed by Frederick Carder. Design #6287 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner, page 280. 6 7/8" W., 9" H.
Fine quality aqua Bristol glasses with cut pillar stems. Additional cutting upon the goblet. A beautiful Victorian-era set, circa 1890. 5 1/4" H. each
British glass "cock"-tail shaker with an etched rooster, or cockerel upon its side. The silvered cap and strainer section has gadroon-detail edging. Made in Sheffield by James Dixon & Sons circa 1925. 8 1/4" 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 ***
Steuben optic swirl vase in Pomona Green glass. The gently flaring form is Frederick Carder's original design number 6030 as illustrated on page 277 in "The Glass of Frederick Carder," by Gardner, circa 1920. 7 1/8" H., 7 1/8" W.
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.
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.
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.
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.