34th National Encampment GAR Badge 1900 (J262)Civil War$675.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Delegate to 34th National Encampment, Chicago, IL . There were 1250 delegates to the National encampment in 1900. This is a four part badge suspension ribbon. There is a small black spot on the left wing of the eagle.

41st National Encampment GAR Badge 1907 (J263)Civil War$500.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to 41st National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic(GAR), 1907, Saratoga Springs, NY. 1517 delegates were issued this three part bronze badge with a red, white and blue ribbon over a gold ribbon.

46th National Encampment GAR Badge 1912 (J264)Civil War$250.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 46th National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Badge 1912. L.A. Calif. 649 delegates attended and were issued 4 piece badge with gold backing ribbon. Small black on the bottom medal, does not cover any part of the bust. The eagle is marked on back J.K. Davison's Sons, Phila.

47th National Encampment GAR Badge 1912 (J265)Civil War$350.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 47th National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) badge, Chatanooga Tenn September 15-20, 1913. This 4 piece medal on a gold backing ribbon was issued to the 977 delegates in attendence. Two pieces are marked, The Whitehead & Hoag Co. Newark, NJ.

47th National Encampment GAR Badge 1912 (J266)Civil War$350.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 47th National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) badge, Chatanooga Tenn September 15-20, 1913. This 4 piece medal on a gold backing ribbon was issued to the 977 delegates in attendence. Two pieces are marked, The Whitehead & Hoag Co. Newark, NJ, the eagle is marked H.C. Lilley & Co. Columbus, Ohio.

54th National Encampment GAR Badge 1920 (J267)Civil War$250.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 54th National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Badge Sept 19-25, 1920 Indianapolis, Indiana. A four part badge of bronze and white metal with gold backing ribbon, issued to one of the 1260 delegates. Two of the hangers are marked The Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, NJ.

62nd National Encampment GAR Badge 1928 (J268)Civil War$200.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 62nd National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)Badge September 16- 21, 1928 Denver, Colo. This badge, a three piece bronze with two backing ribbons, the first is gold the second being red, white and blue was issued to each of the 1306 delegates that attended. Maker marks on two of the pieces, "The Whitehead & Hoag Co. Newark, NJ".

63rd National Encampment GAR Badge 1928 (J269)Civil War$250.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 63rd National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)Badge September 8 -13, 1929 Portland, Maine. The 1929 badge is a bronze and white medal badge with two backing ribbons, one gold and the other being red, white and blue and was issued to the 1221 delegates in attendence. The ribbon is torn completely across(just above Representative hanger). Maker markes on three of the hangers "Bastian Bros. Co. Rochester, N.Y.".

64th National Encampment GAR Badge 1928 (J270)Civil War$225.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 64th National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)Badge ugust 24 -29, 1930. There were 1076 delegates in attendence each receiving this 3 piece badge. The badge is bronze and white medal with a gold backing ribbon. The ribbon has 3 very small holes, 1 at the upper right by the chain and two between the hanger pieces. Maker mark is "The Whitehead & Hoag Co, Newark, NJ".

68th National Encampment GAR Badge 1934 (J271)Civil War$225.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 68th National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)Badge August, 1934 Rochester, NY. This 4 piece badge made of bronze and white medal, with gold backing ribbon was awarded to the 771 delegates attending the National Encampment. This badge has the maker mark of "Metal Arts co. roch, NY".

63rd National Encampment GAR Badge 1928 (J272)Civil War$225.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 63rd National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)Badge September 5 -10, 1937 in Madison Wisconsin. Each of the 488 delegates received one of these four piece bornze badges with a gold backing ribbon.

83rd National Encampment GAR Badge 1949 Final (J273)Civil War$500.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 83rd National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)Badge August 28, 1949 Final Encampment, Indianapolis, Indiana. This is a 3 piece medal made of bronze and has a gold backing ribbon. Very hard badge to find, this one in mint condition. These were given to the 16 delegates that attending the final encampment of the GAR.

42nd National Encampment GAR Badge 1908 (J274)Civil War$425.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Representative to the 42nd National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), Toledo, Ohio 1908. There were 1517 delegates in 1908 that were issued this 4 part badge with a gold backing ribbon.

Id'd GAR Canteen (J288)Civil War$680.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Other
GAR white porcelin canteen with painted GAR membership badge M.H. Amphlett, 17th Mich. VI

Very Early Dated M1840 Ames Cavalry Saber (J293a)Civil WarAmes Manufacturing Company$1,050.00
Sub Categories : Weapons, Edged, Swords
This 1847 dated edged weapon is a wonderful representative specimen of the heavy combat saber issued to Federal dragoons during the Mexican War and later to Union horsesoldiers engaged in the War of Rebellion. Manufactured by the acclaimed Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts, this saber was one of 2,220 such sabers delivered to the Ordnance Department under the Ames contract of 1847. Well liked by both the cavalrymen and the dragoons, the men often referred to it the "Old Wrist Breaker". The only complaint leveled against the M1840 was its excessive weight of 4 pounds, 8 oz when it rested in its scabbard. The 35 7/8" long, curved, unsharpened blade bears almost all of its original, shiny bright finish. Weapon is 1 5/16" wide and has a back thickness of 7/16". Among the features on these M1840 sabers are the squared back profile, grips that are narrow at the pommel and widen toward the hilt, and its hatchet point tip. As author and sword expert John Thillmann notes in his descriptive new book, "These sabers hold a great deal of collector appeal due to their fine lines and length of active service". Specimen exhibits a gray appearance with scattered staining. Marked on the reverse ricasso is "US / R.C." (Rufus Chandler, U.S.N.). The obverse ricasso has "N.P. AMES / CABOTVILLE / 1847". All stampings are clear and strong. The tight, brass hilt retains the original buff leather washer. Grip is in excellent condition with the original black bridle leather strong and dry but with no cracks or breaks. Excellent twisted brass wire wrap is tight and consists of 20-gauge wire with 15 twists per inch and 18 turns around the grip. Brass hilt, with its two-branch guard and knucklebow, is tight and strong. The well-worn, steel scabbard wears a dull, brown patina. Upper ring mount shows heavy, telltale wear from this weapon being belted and worn much by a trooper during the war. Drag shows angled wear to its edge. The two sword ring bands are tight and secure two 1¼" diameter sword rings. This fine, Civil War, Ames saber is a worthy specimen to any edged weapon display or collection.

  M1850 Foot Officer's Sword (J293b)Civil War$1,100.00
Sub Categories : Weapons, Edged, Swords
Model 1850 Foot Officer's Sword. 37 3/4" overall w/ 31" blade. Blade etched throughout first 60% of blade including, crossed cannons, eagle & shield, & "US". Brass hilt. Sharkskin grip. Seam of sharkskin starting to separate. Grips shows spots of wear. Brass boundsharkskin scabbard is solid throughout. CONDITION: blade is fair w/ severe pitting around bottom 15% of blade.

Confederate Gen. James Longstreet CDV (J300)Civil War$300.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, CDV's, Confederate
James Longstreet (South Carolina), CSA Lt. Gen., nice wartime CDV of Longstreet in his CSA uniform with a vintage hand written "Gen Longstreet C.S.A." across the bottom of the CDV. Backmarked by Anthony. Good

Union Gen. Hugh Judson kilpatrick CDV (J302)Civil War$275.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, CDV's, Federal
Brigadier General Hugh Judson "Kil-Cavalry" Kilpatrick. Very nice full length CDV of the General in an unusual pose. Very Good tonear fine. Brady, New York backmark.

Union Major Gen. Philip Kearny CDV (J303)Civil War$150.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, CDV's, Federal
Major General Philip Kearny, nice profile bust view cdv, with J.W. Everett & Co. backmark cut and pasted on.. Very good condition. Kearny, who pronounced his name /'k?rni?/, was born in New York City to a wealthy family. His father and mother were Philip Kearny, Sr., and Susan Watts. His maternal grandfather John Watts, the last Royal Recorder of New York City, was one of New York's wealthiest residents, who had vast holdings in ships, mills, factories, banks, and investment houses. Kearny's father was a Harvard-educated New York City financier who owned his own brokerage firm and was also a founder of the New York Stock Exchange. Early in life, Kearny desired a career in the military. His parents died when he was young, and he was consequently raised by his grandfather, who insisted against the younger Kearny's wishes that he pursue a law career. Kearny attended Columbia College, attaining a law degree in 1833. His cousin John Watts de Peyster, who had also attended Columbia, wrote the first authoritative biography on Kearny. In 1836, his grandfather died, leaving Kearny a fortune of over $1 million. Instead of a life of ease and luxury, he chose to make the army his profession. The following year Kearny obtained a commission as a second lieutenant of cavalry, assigned to the 1st U.S. Dragoons, who were commanded by his uncle, Colonel Stephen W. Kearny, and whose adjutant general was Jefferson Davis. The regiment was assigned to the western frontier. Kearny was sent to France, in 1839, to study cavalry tactics, first attending school at the famous cavalry school in Saumur, France, and then participating in several combat engagements with the Chasseurs d'Afrique in Algiers. Kearny rode into battle with a sword in his right hand, pistol in his left, and the reins in his teeth, as was the style of the Chasseurs. His fearless character in battle earned him the nickname by his French comrades "Kearny le Magnifique" or "Kearny the Magnificent." He returned to the United States in the fall of 1840 and prepared a cavalry manual for the Army based on his experiences overseas. Shortly afterward, he was designated aide-de-camp to General Alexander Macomb, and continued to serve in this position until Macomb's death in June 1841. After a few months at the cavalry barracks in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Kearny was assigned to the staff of General Winfield Scott, soon becoming his aide-de-camp. He did additional duty on the frontier, accompanying his uncle's unit on an expedition to the South Pass of the Oregon Trail in 1845. Kearny, disappointed with the lack of fighting he was seeing in the Army, resigned his commission in 1846, but returned to duty only a month later at of the outbreak of the Mexican-American War. Kearny was assigned to raise a troop of cavalry for the 1st U.S. Dragoons, Company F, in Terre Haute, Indiana. He spared no expense in recruiting his men and acquiring 120 matched dapple gray horses with his own money. This unit was originally stationed at the Rio Grande but soon became the personal bodyguard for General Scott, the commander in chief of the Army in Mexico. Kearny was promoted to captain in December 1846. Kearny and his men participated in the battles of Contreras and Churubusco; in the latter engagement Kearny led a daring cavalry charge and suffered a grapeshot wound to his left arm, which later had to be amputated. Kearny's courage earned him the respect of his soldiers and fellow officers alike, the greatest of which came from General-in-Chief Winfield Scott, who called him "a perfect soldier" and "the bravest man I ever knew". Kearny nevertheless quickly returned to duty, and when the U.S. Army entered Mexico City the following month, he had the personal distinction of being the first man through the gates of the city. After the war, Kearny did a stint with the Army recruiting service in New York City. While there, he was presented with a sword by the Union Club for his service during the war, and was promoted to major. In 1851, he was a member of a unit that saw action against the Rogue River Native American tribe in Oregon. After the failure of his marriage, frustrated with the slow promotion process of the Army, Kearny resigned his commission in October of that year, and embarked on a trip around the world, visiting China, Ceylon, and France. In Paris, Kearny fell in love with a New York City woman named Agnes Maxwell, but was unable to marry her because his first wife would not grant him a divorce. In 1854, Kearny injured himself when the horse he was riding fell through a rotten bridge, and the sympathetic Agnes moved in to take care of him. By 1855, Agnes and Kearny had left New York to escape the disapproving tongues of society. They settled in Kearny's new mansion, Bellegrove, overlooking the Passaic River (in what is now Kearny, New Jersey), only a short distance and across the river from his family's old manor in Newark. In 1858 his wife finally granted a divorce. Then he and Agnes moved to Paris, and were married. In 1859, Kearny returned to France, re-joining the Chasseurs d'Afrique, who were at that time fighting against Austrian forces in Italy. Later, he was with Napoleon III's Imperial Guard at the Battle of Solferino, where he was in charge of the cavalry under General Louis M. Morris, which penetrated the Austrian center, capturing the key point of the battle. For this action, he was awarded the French Légion d'honneur, becoming the first U.S. citizen to be thus honored. When the American Civil War broke out in 1861, Kearny returned to the United States and was appointed a brigadier general, commanding the First New Jersey Brigade, which he trained efficiently. The Army had been reluctant to restore his commission due to his disability, but the shocking Union defeat at the First Battle of Bull Run made them realize the importance of seasoned combat officers. His brigade, even after he left to command a division, performed spectacularly, especially at the Battle of Glendale. He received command of the 3rd Division of the III Corps on April 30, 1862. He led the division into action at the Battle of Williamsburg and the Battle of Fair Oaks. At Williamsburg, as he led his troops onto the field, Kearny shouted (in a notable quote), "I'm a one-armed Jersey son-of-a-gun, follow me!" Here again the general bravely led the charge with his sword in hand, reins in his teeth. He is also noted for urging his troops forward by declaring, "Don't worry, men, they'll all be firing at me!" His performance during the Peninsula Campaign earned him much respect from the army and his superiors. However, he held much contempt for the commander of the Army of the Potomac, Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan, whose orders (especially those to fall back) he frequently ignored. After the Battle of Malvern Hill, which was a Union victory, McClellan ordered a withdrawal, and Kearny wrote: "I, Philip Kearny, an old soldier, enter my solemn protest against this order for retreat. We ought instead of retreating should follow up the enemy and take Richmond. And in full view of all responsible for such declaration, I say to you all, such an order can only be prompted by cowardice or treason." Kearny is credited with devising the first unit insignia patches used in the U.S. Army. In the summer of 1862, he issued an order that his officers should wear a patch of red cloth on the front of their caps to identify themselves as members of his unit. The enlisted men, with whom Kearny was quite popular, quickly followed suit of their own volition. Members of other units picked up on the idea, devising their own insignia, and these evolved over the years into the modern shoulder patch. (Daniel Butterfield is credited with taking Kearny's idea and standardizing it for all corps in the Army of the Potomac, designing most of the corps badges.) Kearny was promoted to major general on July 4, 1862. By the end of August 1862, General Kearny led his division at the disastrous Second Battle of Bull Run, which saw the Union Army routed and nearly destroyed by Gen. Robert E. Lee's Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. The Union army retreated towards Washington and fought with the pursuing Confederates on September 1, 1862, at the Battle of Chantilly. In a violent storm complete with lightning and pouring rain, Kearny decided to investigate a gap in the Union line and dismissively responded to the warnings of a subordinate with "The Rebel bullet that can kill me has not yet been molded." Subsequently riding into Confederate troops, Kearny ignored a demand to surrender and while attempting to escape, a single bullet penetrated the base of his spine, killing him instantly. Confederate Maj. Gen. A.P. Hill, upon hearing the gunfire, ran up to the body of the illustrious soldier with a lantern and exclaimed, "You've killed Phil Kearny, he deserved a better fate than to die in the mud." His body was returned to the Union, accompanied with a note by General Lee. Ironically, there were rumors rampant at the time in Washington that Abraham Lincoln was contemplating replacing George B. McClellan with none other than "Kearny the Magnificent".

Union Major Gen. Philip Kearny CDV (J304)Civil War$60.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, CDV's, Federal
Major General Philip Kearny 3/4 length standing view cdv with Anthony backmark. Clipped corners and some foxing. Nice image of the Union's most experienced officer. It is said that Kearny was to be promoted to General of the Army of the Potomac had he not met his untimely death in Chantilly Virginia.

Union Brig. Gen. James McPherson CDV (J305)Civil War$225.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, CDV's, Federal
Bust view CDV of Brigadier General James Birdseye McPherson. J.C. Elrod Louisville backmark. Cammanded the Army of the Tennessee. He was killed at the Battle of Atlanta and was the highest ranking Union officer killed during the war. Nice image rouned corners, not clipped, light foxing.

GAR Officers Badge (J306)Civil War$250.00
Sub Categories : Veterans, Grand Army of the Republic, Medals & Ribbons
Present officer's badge for Department (state). Aides-de-Camp. Red border indicates that this badge was issued to an officer of the Department of GAR. Buff borders would indicate national level officers while blue borders would be reserved for post officers. Very nice condition, no holes or rips to the ribbon.

CDV of 9th NJ Inf. Col. Hufty (J332)Civil WarUnknown$95.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, CDV's, Identified
A fine CDV of Col Samuel Hufty, 9th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. Full standing image with cap on rail, number nine is visible in infantry horn. Backmark- Schreiber & son Phil PA. Rounded corners.

rare CDV of General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick (J333)Civil WarUnknown$180.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, CDV's, Identified
A rare CDV of General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick (Kill Cavalry), New Jersey born West Point graduate, fought as Cavalry Commander at Gettysburg and Sherman's March to the Sea, wounded in action. 3/4 seated view with hat on lap. By C.D. Frederick & Co. NY. fine condition.

Federal Officer's Frock Coat (J336)Civil WarUnknown$2,600.00
Sub Categories : Uniforms, Federal
Civil War Infantry officers single breasted frock coat, 2nd LT. shoulder straps and big I infantry buttons, the lining is stenciled G3 43 indicating most likely New York 43rd Infantry, in addition a partial name is discernible , Charles ------- 562 seventh st New York City, condition is good , the sleeve buttons are gone and a small hole remains where they were, all 9 buttons are intact, there is no visible mothing, some loose treading about the shoulder straps.

1/4 plate tintype of 5 Federal officers (J337)Civil WarUnknown$440.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, Tintypes, Union
A scarce quarterplate tintype of five Federal officers mounted in a very good thermoplastic case made by Littlefield, Parsons and Co. Cupid and Stag Berg# 1-28. Three officiers are standing behind two that are seated. Three are wearing forage caps, others are wearing slouch hats. The image is a little blurred along the left side, not affecting the subjects. Cool image.

7th Corps Badge (J338)Civil WarUnknown$450.00
Sub Categories : Insignia, Corps Badges
Civil War Corps Badge. 7th Corps. Has original T-bar pin. 1 1/2" h. nice patina.

Full Plate Federal Cavalrymen (J347)Civil WarUnknown$550.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, Tintypes, Union
Full plate tintype in frame. Full standing image of a Federal cavalrymen. He is wearing a shell jacket and is equiped with his belt and sword rig, with cap box and a revolver tucked in. he is hold a M1860 cavalry sabre. This image was taken in a studio in fron of a painted camp scene. A vert nice image housed in a period frame.

1/9th plate Confederate ambrotype (J349)Civil WarUnknown$640.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, ambrotype, Confederate
1/9th plate ambrotype of a Confederate soldier bust view. This young soldier, with rosy cheeks, appears to be wearing a Richmond Depot II jacket, and a forage cap with a letter G. Image is a little dark but has great clarity. The image is in a half a case. Confederate images are becoming more dificult to find and this one is quite nice and very fairly priced.

Quarter plate image of 3 federal soldiers, one with pioneer brigade badge (J393)Civil War$760.00
Sub Categories : Photographs, Tintypes
Quarter plate tintype of 3 unidentified Federal soldiers from the "Pioneer Brigade". Housed in an A.P. Critchlow and Co. case ""Alone at the rendezvous" Berg 1-35. Image is bright and clean, case has rounded corners but hinges are tight, General William Rosecrans issued General Order No. 3 on November 3, 1862, which stated: There will be detailed immediately, from each company of every regiment of infantry in this army, two men, who shall be organized as a pioneer or engineer corps attached to its regiment. The twenty men will be selected with great care, half laborers and half mechanics. The most intelligent and energetic lieutenant in the regiment, with the best knowledge of civil engineering, will be detailed to command, assisted by two non-commissioned officers. This officer shall be responsible for all equipage, and shall receipt accordingly. Under certain circumstances it may be necessary to mass this force: when orders are given for such a movement, they must be promptly obeyed. The wagons attached to the corps will carry all the tools, and the men's camp equipage. The men shall carry their arms, ammunition, and clothing. Division quartermasters will immediately make requisitions on chief quartermasters for the equipment, and shall issue to regimental quartermasters on proper requisition. Equipment For Twenty Men - Estimate For Regiment Six Felling Axes Six Hammers Six Hatchets Two Half-Inch Augurs Two Cross-Cut Saws Two Inch Augurs Two Cross Cut Files Two Two-Inch Augurs Two Hand-Saws Twenty lbs. Nails, Assorted Two Hand-Saw Files Forty lbs. Spikes, Assorted Six Spades One Coil Rope Two Shovels One Wagon, with four horses, or mules. Three Picks It is hoped that regimental commanders will see the obvious utility of this order, and do all in their power to render it as efficient as possible. The troops detailed in accordance with that order was to number just under three thousand men but their actual numbers varied as widely as the need for their service. The first duties assigned to the Pioneers were generally those of sappers and miners. However as their expertise grew so did the diversity of their tasks. The key difference between these men and the regular army engineers was that the Pioneers would often move in advance of the army. All the work at the front of the army would fall on their shoulders. Conversely, the army engineers were employed chiefly on the lines of communication to the rear. Both would be active in reinforcing gains made by the army on it's march. Therefore, the Pioneer's duties would consist of the two tasks that were the most critical to an army advancing onto enemy soil; the same two General Buell sorely overlooked, reinforcing captured enemy ground to protect the rear and preparing transportation infrastructure to hasten the advance. The result was that the Union army in the West now had the means to do what it failed to achieve the past summer.

Duran King Tut Vase (310)GlassDurand$1,100.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
DURAND KING TUT VASE, opal with blue decoration, signed "DURAND / 1713" within a polished pontil mark. Vineland Flint Glass Works. 1924-1931. 7 1/8" H, 3 1/2" D rim. Undamaged, small pontil spall as made. From the collection of Ms. Frances Armentrout, Naples, Fl.

Durand Coil Vase (346A)GlassDurand$800.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
Durand Coil Decorated Vase. Nice Durand vase has slightly tapering cylindrical body with flaring rim. Exterior of the vase is creamy white with gold iridescent random thread-like design or Coil. Vase is finished with a bright gold iridescent mouth. Unsigned. This shape is shown as shape #1713 in the book Durand: The Man and His Glass by Edward J. Meschi, page 166. SIZE: 7-1/4" t. CONDITION: Excellent

Durand Coil Vase (507)GlassDurand$775.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
Durand Blue & White Coil Vase. Opal with blue coil decoration. Signed. Shape#1711. Measures - 9 1/4" high. The Durand coil decoration was made by applying heavy threads of glass in a color contrasting with that of the base color, and pulling the threads all over the surface randomly. Similar to but not as refined as Durand's King Tut pattern. Very good condition, showing only shelf wear on the base, otherwise it is free of damage and repair.

Pair of Imperial Free Hand Candlesticks (711)GlassImperial Glass Company$2,100.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Freehand Candlesticks pair. Seldom seen. FH #285: 11.0" H Opal leaf and vine decoration on colorless base glass and attached iridized cobalt blue foot and bobeche. This is from special lot #1988. Beautiful iridescence. One candlestick has the original Imperial Free Hand label. ca 1925.

Imperial Free Hand Heart and Vine Vase (712B)GlassImperial Glass Company$800.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
IMPERIAL GLASS CO. FREE HAND IRIDESCENT GLASS VASE, C. 1925, H 11 1/2", DIA 3 1/4":Baluster form vase with tricorn rim, pulled blue leaf and trailing vine decoration overall with an orange lustre throat. Highly iridized. Special lot #1991 Imperial Freehand unknown # tri corner white with blue hearts

Monumental Durand Lady Gay Rose (714)GlassDurand$3,600.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
A monumental Durand Lady Gay Rose vase with optic and hard ribbing with gold throat. Durand shape #1974. 15 1/2" h. Excellent condition, no chips or scratches. Quite rare. A beautiful example and seldom seen vase. I cannot recall the last time I have seen one on the market. Very desirable and a great addition to any art glass collection.

Tiffany Favrile Vase (802)GlassTiffany$1,760.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Tiffany
This inverted trumpet Tiffany Favrile vase has round tapered body with five dark blue pulled-feathers rising from the foot against an iridescent light blue background. Signed on the underside "x137 1116-7912 K L. C. TIFFANY-FAVRILE". Excellent condition: Dimensions: 10 - 1/2" x 4"

Durand Egyptian Crackle (805)GlassDurand$3,500.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
A pair of spectacular Durand vases decorated with vertical Egyptian crackle design and finished in bright blue iridescence with flashes of purple. Unsigned. Absolutely the best pieces I have ever had. The iridescence is outstanding. In excellent condition, no chips, nicks, etc. Dimensions: 1Shape#2650 in Edward Meschi's book, "Durand, The Man and His Glass. 2 - 1/2" x 5 - 5/8" x 5 - 5/8".

Imperial Freehand Jack in the Pulpit vase (810)GlassImperial Glass Company$1,600.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Freehand FH150 Jack in the Pulpit vase Having copper, purple, blue and green iridescent color; bronze lustre stretch top. Highly Iridized. unsigned. Condition: Excellent, no chips or cracks, some light scratches on base Height: 11.00 inches, Width: 6.00 inches. Imperial Freehand JIP vases are becoming dificult to find. This one is beautiful.

Loetz Ausfuehrung Vase (813)GlassLoetz$800.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, Bohemian, Loetz
A very pretty Loetz Vase Ausfuehrung 226 - ca1925 Lemon-yellow, metallic-yellow, lower part overlaid with cobalt (or black) Papillon with a wave pattern. 5" H. Ausfuehrung translates from German to the English word "execution". Ausfuehrung vases cam in a variety of colors, Camellia-red, lemon-yellow, metallic-yellow, May-green, Imperial-red, light blue, Thea, mandarin and orange opal; lower part overlaid with cobalt (or black) Papillon. This is an excellent example of this "execution", with no flaws, chips, nicks etc.

Durand Lady Gay Rose vase, King Tut (814a)GlassDurand$2,800.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
Durand Lady Gay Rose King Tut vase. Shape #1701. 7" H. signed Durand (fig. 11 Durand The Man and His Glass Meschi). Lady Gay Rose with gold King Tut decor. Lady Gay Rose was created by using a thin casing of red glass over opal glass. The colors of Lady Gay Rose can vary from a rich red to a very pale pink. The resulting color depended on the thickness and intensity of the red glass used. Quite uncommon, and very desirable today, it was not very popular in its day. This example is perfect, being free of defects and imperfections.

Loetz Crete Papillion Vase (818)GlassLoetz$1,500.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, Bohemian, Loetz
Loetz vase in Crete Papillion, oil spot décor PN, circa 1899. Executed in a blue and green papillion decoration with an all over iridescent finish. Dimpled form with ruffled rim in a large size. Signed "Loetz Austria" on base. (Excellent). 9 - 1/2" T.

Published Durand Heart and Clinging Vine Ginger Jar (824)GlassDurand$1,760.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
J's Antiques is very happy to present this beautiful vase. This is a published Durand Heart and Clinging Vine Ginger Jar. Golden orange lustre with green decoration, shape 1964, original cover, polished pontil mark, signed, "DURAND-V-1964-8". Vineland Flint Glass Works. 1924-1931. 9" H, 7" D. Undamaged and in excellent condition. This vase is the one that is seen on page 37, fig 24 in Edward J. Meschi's book - Durand: The Man and His Glass. Provenance: From the private collection of the Izzo family.

Published Durand King Tut vase (825)GlassDurand$1,150.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
Another published DURAND KING TUT ART GLASS VASE. This one is green lustre with gold decoration, shape 1990, polished pontil mark, signed, "DURAND-V-1990-6". Vineland Flint Glass Works. 1924-1931. 6" H, 3 1/4" D rim. This is the exact vase in Meschi's - Durand: The Man and His Glass, page. 53, fig. 109. Provenance: From the private collection of the Izzo family.

Bohemian Vase with Pewter Overlay (839A)GlassUnknown Maker$320.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, Bohemian
Bohemian art nouveau vase with pewter overlay. Overlay was done by Riceszinn. Ca 1900 6 1/4 h. Beautiful Iridescence. No chips, nicks or flea bites.

Stevens & Williams Silveria vase (841)GlassStevens & Williams$3,200.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, English, Stevens & Williams
A beautiful Stevens and Williams Silveria vase 4"h 3 1/2"w.signed. No chips, nicks etc. One spot of oxidation as seen in photo. Silveria was developed in 1900 by John Northwood II, an employee of Williams and Stevens. The process of casing silver foil between two layers of colorless glass. The silver foil was protected from exposure to oxygen and thereby prevented the unfortunate and otherwise inevitable phenomenon of tarnish by being cased between these layers of glass. It required the glassmaker to apply the silver foil to a fully-expanded clear glass bubble that already approximated the size of the intended article. After applying the second layer of colorless glass over the foil no further expansion of the glass was required. For this reason the foil did not split into small fragments as seen in the ware of other manufacturers. After casing the foil the glassmaker applied crushed glass colors to the surface of the bubble, typically in soft shades of pink, blue, yellow and green. Seen against the shimmering silver-foil background, the visual effect closely resembles iridescence. Next the glassmaker ornamented the bubble with freely-applied green threading and finally shaped the article to its finished form. Production of Silveria was discontinued after just a few years.

Imperial Free Hand Lily Pad and Vine Vase (843)GlassImperial Glass Company$1,200.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Free Hand Vase special lot unknown. 7" h. Opal base glass, varigated yellow-green lily pad & vine decoration, orange throat, iridized. This decor is also called "Varigated Leaf & Vine" in Glass Threads. A beautiful vase, and one that really shows what Imperial was capable of. No damage or repairs.

Durand Lady Gay Rose Moorish Crackle Vase (844)GlassDurand$1,100.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
Durand Lady Gay Rose Moorish Crackle art glass vase. ca 1924-1930. 8 1/2" h 6 1/2" diameter. Excellent condition no damage or repair. Durand Moorish Crackle, sometimes called Egyptian Crackle, was made from ambergris glass cased in opal and another color over the opal, green, blue and red. The parison, while it was still hot, was dipped into water. This would fracture the outside layers. Then the glass would be reheated and blown and worked to the desired shape causing the fracures to widen and exposing some base color. The vessle would then be lustered and often woiuld be iridized. Moorish Crackle was expensive to make as the pieces were prone to breakage. Examples of Lady Gay Rose Moorish Crackle are difficult fo find. This one is beautiful!!

Scarce Durand Vase (845)GlassDurand$2,400.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Durand
Monumental Durand Blue Lustre vase with hard ribbing with blue throat. Durand shape #1974. 18 3/4"h x 9 1/2"w. Signed, "Durand, 1974-18". Excellent condition, shows signs of shelfware on base, pontil sprawl from proguction. A beautiful example and seldom seen vase. I have never seen one on the market before. Very desirable and a great addition to any art glass collection.

Thomas Webb & Sons Bronze Crackle Vase (846)GlassThomas Webb$750.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, English, Swords
This spectacular vase is Bronze glass by Thomas Webb & Sons ca. 1875 - 1885. The special process to achieve the finish is similar to the Stevens & Williams process to make their spectacular Moss Agate. Each formula was immersed in cold water to achieve the thermal shock crackle, then each was reheated, but where the Stevens was then cased twice to fill in the voids for a smooth finish, the Webb is blown again to pucker the surface with the addition of the final layer.*** FOR THE ADVANCED COLLECTOR - WITH A HIGH INTENSITY LIGHT, THE BASE SHOWS A DEEP EMERALD GREEN, WHICH IS THE ONLY LEGITIMATE COLOR THAT WEBB PRODUCED IN THIS SPECIAL FORMULA!!! References:Art Glass Nouveau, and Carved & Decorated European Art Glass / by Ray & Lee Grover; British Glass 1800-1914 / by Charles R. Hajdamach; Victorian Decorative Glass British Designs, 1850-1914 / by Mervyn Gulliver; Decorative Victorian Glass / by Cyril Manley; Thomas Webb and Co., Stourbridge, England "Bronze" Glass / by Glen & Stephen Thistlewood.

Art Glass, 12 (G4167)GlassRindskopf$500.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, Bohemian, Rindskopf
The vase has a rich iridescence, is unsigned and has a polished pontil.

Art Glass, Loetz Papillon vase (G4229)GlassLoetz$600.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, Bohemian, Loetz
The cobalt glass vase is 7 1/2" tall by 4 1/4' wideand is marked on the bottom in an oval "CZECHO-" over "SLOVAKIA". This mark has only been found on items made by Loetz. The shape is also identified as theirs on a disc accompaning the Loetz book "Loetz Bohemian Glass 1880-1940". This vase is in mint condition.

American Belleek Willets twig handled, pinched ewer (A0000)Pottery and PorcelainWillets$400.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Willets
This ewer is hand painted and has the Willets Belleek factory decorated red mark (1879-1909). Robinson and Feeny in the “Official Price Guide to American Pottery and Porcelain” (1980) write that the mark was usually found on smaller items, often decorated with small roses (like those on the vase). The ewer is in mint condition.

American Belleek Columbian Art Pottery heart shaped box (A0084)Pottery and PorcelainMorris and Willmore$75.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Morris and Willmore
The box is approximately 3 1/4" long by 3" wide and 1 3/4" high. The decoration is transfer with some painted strokes on the wings and ribbons. It has the Morris and Willmore, crown mark. Morris and Willmore boxes are very difficult to find. We have not seen one in years.

American Belleek, hand painted,ruffled edge bowl (A0112)Pottery and porcelainWillets$400.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Willets
The 8” by 4 ¼” bowl has hand painted roses, and heavily painted blue enamel dots in a gold net like pattern. The base is marked with the mold number 413. It has Willets brown mark (1879-1909). It is also initialed N.J. This bowl was purchased from a descendent of N. J. Case along with many other examples of her china painting. She was a very talented amateur china painting artist and normally signed her work N.J. Case. There is very minor wear on the tip one handle.

American Belleek Ceramic Art Company vase (A0117)Pottery and PorcelainCeramic Art Company$250.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, CAC
The Ceramic Art Company latter became Lenox . The vase has the lavender CAC Belleek mark (1889-1906). It is 7 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" wide with a reticulated design around the rim and heavy gold painted owl and tree branch decoration. The quality of the art work would enforce the belief that this mark indicates factory decorated. There is a very faint (almost not visable) hairline crack above the blue base that goes in a circular path up to the owl and into the tree branch. The hairline can not be felt and could easily be missed by a casual observer. A vase with this shape and size can be found in the book "Collecting American Belleek" by Loman and Petula Eng on page 84, plates 153-4.

American Belleek hand painted vase (A0156)Pottery and PorcelainLenox$175.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Lenox
The vase is 9 1/4" high, has the Lenox green palette mark (1906 - 1924). It is not artist signed and more likely to have been painted by a talented amateur as the quality of the art work is quite good.

American Belleek Columbian Art Pottery Liberty Bell (A0162)Pottery and porcelainColumbian Art Pottery$500.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, Columbian Art Pottery
The Columbian Art pottery was founded by Morris and Willmore and was best known for it’s very fine Belleek items. The company was usually referred to as Morris and Willmore. The Liberty Bell has their M&W crown Belleek mark inside the bell and also marked MADE IN AMERICA, Pat Applied for, ABE. The bells can be sometimes found with blurry lettering. This one is not blurry and very clear transfer lettering and picture. The lettering reads “Proclaim liberty throughout all the land and unto all the inhabitants there of by order of the Assembly of the Provence of Pennsylvania for the State House in Phila ada” It is also marked Pass and Stow, Phil ada, MD CCLll. The building shown is Independence Hall in 1776.The bell has no damage or sign of age.

American Belleek, Ceramic Art Company hand painted chamber stick (A0164)Pottery and PorcelainCeramic Art Company$500.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, American, CAC
The CAC chamber stick is 6 ¼” tall and was hand painted by C.J. Case. It was purchased from a descendent of N. J. Case along with many other examples of her china painting. She was a very talented amateur china painting artist.. It has the lavender CAC pallet mark (1889-1906). The hand painting consists of pansies, gold trim, a green handle and trim around base, and dark lavender scroll work over a white base color. It is signed with the artists initials on the bottom. The chamber stick is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek three strand Birds Nest Basket (B0000)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$900.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish
A rare basket in mother of pearl finish, 4" in diameter. There are two Parian pads marked Belleek Fermanagh. This mark was used in 1865 to 1890. An identicle basket appeared on Home and Garden Appraisal Fair and was appraised at $1200 to $1400. Degenhardt's second edition book (1993) lists this as D123 and gave it a value of $950.Please note in the Please note in the photo of the basket that there is one flower with a slightly greenish tint and two petals with mior damage. A black light indicates there have been no repairs to this basket. This includes the flower with the tint. We have had this basket in our home since the 1970’s and no one except us ever noticed it. I have an email from the Belleek Company agreeing that this occurred probably when a brush had not been cleaned properly at the factory.

Irish Belleek Shamrock Island Vase (B0003)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$60.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Gold mark
The island vase is 8 1/4" high with a gold mark (APRIL 1,1980 - December 22,1992). The vase is in mint condition. We have a pair of them as shown in the photos. The price shown is for one vase. If you would ike the pair see the next item for the second vase.

Irish Belleek Shamrock Island Vase (B0004)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$60.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish , Gold mark
The island vase is 8 1/4" high with a gold mark (APRIL 1,1980 - December 22,1992). The vase is in mint condition. We have a pair of them as shown in the photos. The price shown is for one vase. If you would ike the pair see the previous item for the second vase.

Irish Belleek, unpainted, flowered, Shamrock basket (B0169)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$275.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Basket
The basket is 4 strand, marked “Belleek”, “CO FERMANAUGH”, “IRELAND”. It appears to have a 2 pad mark but is most likely a three pad mark with the first two pads overlapping making it look like one pad. This would then date the basket to be made from 1921 to 1954. Please excuse the photo of the pad mark. Because the pad has been put on over the basket weave, it leaves a wavy surface that is makes it impossible to get an entirely readable pad mark with a camera.

Irish Belleek, unpainted Heart Shapped Basket (B0172)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$125.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Basket
The basket is 4 strand, unpainted basket without flowers and has a two pad mark reading “BELLEEK R” and on the second pad “ IRELAND” dating from 1980-1985 (see Degenhardt second edition page 77). The basket is not listed or pictured in Degenhardt. Marion Langham gives it a number of BS.22.

Irish Belleek, Shamrock Hostess set, 3rd green mark (B0204)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$90.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, green mark
The set is not listed nor shown in Degenhardt or Langham books. It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek, unpainted Leprechaun (B0209)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$80.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish , green mark
The leprechaun has a 3rd green mark, and 5 1/8” tall with cob luster. (Degenhardt D1142). It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek, New Shell tea pot (B0212)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$230.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, green mark
2nd green mark, not listed Degenhardt books. Marion Langham lists it as number TNS.003 but it is not illustrated in her books. It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek, Flowered Spill, large size (B0214)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$145.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, black mark
This three footed spill (Degenhardt D45-1) is 4 7/8” tall with the 2nd black mark. It has a Mother of Pearl finish and has some damage to flowers as is usual with flowered items from the early periods. There are three sides to this spill. The first side (the side with a rose) has no damage. The next side, going clockwise, has a daisy like flower with one petal broken. The last side, continuing clockwise, has a daisy like flower with damage to 3 petals (2 petals on one side of the flower and another petal on the opposite side) (see photos).

Irish Belleek,Amphora Vase, small size (B0220)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$600.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, black mark
The vase (Degenhardt D150-1) is 7” tall and has the 1st black mark. The vase is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek, Straw Basket with Mother of pearl flowered decoration (B0221)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$175.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish , Basket
The basket has the 2nd black mark, a Mother of Pearl flowered decoration, with some damage to both petals and flowers (Degenhardt D79). Damage (see photos) is as follows. On one side, two petals of a rose are damaged. On the other side, 2 leaves have damage and 2 flowers have damage. One of the roses has three petals damaged and the other rose has 4 petals damaged. If perfect this basket would have a value of $500. Our price reflects the value of the basket “as is”.

Irish Belleek, Arran Mor Vase (Celtic) large vase (B0230)Pottery and porcelainBelleek$400.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Green Mark
The vase is 10 ¾’ tall and was discontinued in 1985. It is marked with the 2nd green mark. Degenhardt gives it number D1188. A smaller Arran Mor vase D1189 is shown in the 1928 catalog pictured on page 209 in the second edition of his book on Belleek. It is pictured in “The Encyclopedia of Belleek Flower Holders” by Marion Langham on page17 as TCE.082. Belleek discontinued making this item in 1985. The Celtic line was designed by Madame Boroniuxz, a Hungarian designer in the 1922-26 black mark era. We find this vase and associated candlesticks to be very difficult to find at auctions or shows and appear to be of limited production and rare. Many of our Belleek customers were unaware of them. Marion Langham, the author, would seem to agree judging by the values assigned by her. The candlesticks are also for sale on our web site. The first photo shows the vase with 2 candlesticks. The price shown is for the vase only. It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek, a pair of Celtic candlesticks (B0231)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$350.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Green mark
The 5 ¼” candlesticks were discontinued in 1985. They are marked with the first green mark. They are not pictured or listed in the Degenhardt book on Belleek. They are pictured in “Belleek Irish Porcelain” by Marion Langham on page 104 as TCE.080. The Celtic line was designed by Madame Boroniuxz, a Hungarian designer in the 1922-26 black mark era. We find this vase and associated candlesticks to be very difficult to find at auctions or shows and appear to be of limited production and rare. Many of our Belleek customers were unaware of them. Marion Langham, the author would seem to agree judging by the values assigned by her. The Arran Mor vase is also for sale on our web site (B0230). The first photo shows the vase with 2 candlesticks. The price shown is for the pair of candlesticks only. They are in mint condition.

Irish Belleek small size Rock Spill (B0258)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$35.00
Sub Categories : Belleek , Irish, Green Mark
The 3rd green mark rock Spill has cob luster and is in mint condition, It is 5 ½” tall. Degenhardt number D161.

Irish Belleek, (B0266)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$160.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Limited edition
The 8 ¼” limited edition plate was issued to commemorate the Statue of Liberty centennial. It is entitled “First Sight of Miss Liberty”. The design focuses on the first immigrant to be registered at the newly opened Ellis Island. An Irish lass named Annie Moore was the first newcomer to set foot on the island and to pass through the Great Hall, and sign her name on the official entry book on New Years day, 1892. The plate is numbered 301. Degenhardt D1882. You may find more information on this plate and Annie Moore by going to the Belleek site, joining the Collector Society for free. Then clicking on the Collector Society, then Newsletter and then going to Vol. 8 number 2, 1986, page 4. More information also in Vol. 9, double issue, number 1 & 2, 1987, pages 2, 4, and 5. This plate continues to be in demand as can be seen by the prices it has brought at a auctions. It is in mint condition.

Table Centre, flowered and luster finish (B0276 )Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$500.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black Mark
Richard Degenhardt number D56, 3rd green mark (1965-1980) flowered with luster finish, 11 ¼” tall. The table centre is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Double Fish Vase, painted and gilt trim (B0277)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$1,200.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black Mark
Richard Degenhardt number D1204, 1st black mark (1863-1890), painted and gilt trim, 11 ¼” tall. There is about a one inch scratch or factory surface stress crack on the base which you may see in the photo with the mark. If a crack it certainly is not deep and does not penetrate the mold. The vase is in mint condition.

Neptune Tea Ware Dejeuner Set with 3 desert plates (B0280)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$1,500.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black mark
Richard Degenhardt number D419, 1st black mark (1863-1890) on all pieces except the sugar which has a 3rd black mark (1926-1946). This set has pink trim and two desert plates which are not usually included in the set. All pieces are in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Rare Pair of Belgium Hawkers (B0287)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$2,000.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black Mark
This pair of Belgian Hawkers are both missing their canes. The male hawker has the 1st Black Mark (1863-1890), is painted and is 7" tall. Other than the missing cane it is in mint condition. It has excellent lustrous coloration. The female hawker is unmarked, painted, and is 6 7/8" tall. It is also missing the knob of the cane and has a small chip on the base which can be barely seen when the figurine is standing. From below the chip is about 1/4" wide and very shallow in depth underneath the base.The figure has very good lusterous coloration and facial coloration.It is in mint condition other than the missing cane, knob and chip that we described. Included with this pair is a copy of a photo of Robert Thomas Weir, circa 1894. Mr Weir was the original owner of the male hawker when he immigrated to the US in 1898. The back of the photo has additional provenance recording its ownership leading up to the current owner.

Irish Belleek Figure of Affection (B0293)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$140.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Figurine
Figure of Affection is 14 1/2' high. It has a green Belleek felt base and has the Belleek 2000 mark in black on the back of the base. The galze is only on the draped cloth. The body is ungazed parian. Degenhardt number is D1134, and the company number is 627. It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Figure of Meditation (B0294)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$140.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Figurine
The Figure of Meditation is 14 11/2" high. It has the first green mark (1946-1955) and is in mint condition. . The galze is only on the draped cloth. The body is ungazed parian. Degenhardt number is D20 and the company mark is 626.

Irish Belleek Grass Tea Ware tea pot (B0298)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$525.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black mark
The Grass tea pot is 4" high, 1st black mark (1863-1890), painted and has a red Number 1 on the base for colourway. It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Tridachna tea pot (B0299)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$300.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black mark
The Tridachna tea pot is approximately 4" high, is glazed only, and has the 1st black mark (1863-1890). Degenhardt number is D476-I. It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Harp Shamrock tea pot (B0300)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$200.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black mark
The Harp Shamrock tea pot is 4 3/4" high and has the 3rd black mark (1926-1946). Degenhardt number is D525-III. It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Lotus creamer and sugar (B0303)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$40.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black mark
The Lotus creamer and sugar is glazed only and has the 3rd black mark (1926 -1946). Degenhardt numbers are D244-III and D245-III. The set is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Round edged cake plate (B0305)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$250.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish
This plate is 10 5/8" in diameter and 1 1/2" h. It has a 2 pad mark reading "Belleek" "Ireland" dating from the 1980 - 85 period.. It is 4 strand. Degenhardt Number D1250. The pale is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Grass cup (B0308)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$40.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, Black mark
The Grass tea cup is 2 1/2"high, has the 2nd black mark, is painted and has the number 1 in red on it's base (colourway).Degenhardt number is D732-II. It is in mint condition.

Irish Belleek Sea Horse Flower Holder (B1681)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$350.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, black mark
We have a pair of these, both 3rd black mark and both in mint condition. They are priced and listed to sell separately so that you may buy only one or both of them. (Degenhardt D130). The price shown is for one of them. See next item (B1682) for the second Sea Horse of the pair.

Irish Belleek Sea Horse Flower Holder (B1682)Pottery and PorcelainBelleek$350.00
Sub Categories : Belleek, Irish, black mark
We have a pair of these, both 3rd black mark and both in mint condition. They are priced and listed to sell separately so that you may buy only one or both of them. (Degenhardt D130). The price shown is for one of them. See previous item (B1681) for the second Sea Horse of the pair.

Japanese Totai (i.e. ceramic bodied cloisonne') bottle (P1982)Pottery and PorcelainJapanese$1,100.00
Sub Categories : Oriental, cloisonne'
This 19th century, 11 1/4" tall bottle shows some, but very few, extremely minor ware upon very close inspection. Ihave shown the two largest examples in the photos. They are tiny pin pricks of missing enamel. Some of the wiring used to make the designs can be felt if you rub your hand around the bottles you would feel on all pieces of this type of cloisonne'. A cylinder shapped brush bottle is the most commonly found Totia. They are often more subdued coloring and with less decoration. There are signature marks on the bottom(see photos) but I have not deciphered them.

British Royalty commemorative plate for Queen Mary and king George V (P2091)Pottery and Porcelain$90.00
Sub Categories : British Royalty Commerative, Coronation of Queen Mary and George V
The 8” plate is more like a bowl in that is 1”deep. It decoration is a transfer. Depicting Busts of both HM Queen Mary and HM King George. There is a Royal Coat of Arms with the inscription “May their Reign be Glorious”. There is no marks on the back of the plate and has holes to enable hanging. The coronation took place on June 6, 1911. The plate shows only very minor wear along the rim.

Cybis Eros (Cupid) bust (P2545)Pottery and PorcelainCybis$275.00
Sub Categories : Figurine, Cybis
Cybis issued this in 1974 with a $450 price. It’s overall height is 10”. The bust is 7¼” tall and the wooden base is 2 ¾” tall by 4” wide.

Teplitz 17 1/2 (P3138)Pottery and PorcelainRoyal Marshen$1,000.00
Sub Categories : Teplitz
Stamp marked in red “Royal Marshen”, above a crown, “Teplitz, Austria” and with impressed marks that are difficult to read in some places. But we make it out to read: 3793 where the 9 is the difficult number to read; BB for Bernard Block; 815 where the 8 is the difficult number to read It is also signed on the back near the bottom “GRUMBLAH” with the L and the A being difficult to read. Grumblah is Bernard's uncle recently found from conentration camp records and reported in a south east newspaper article. The vase is in mint condition.

Royal Schwarzburg hand painted portrait mini cabinet vase (P4110)Pottery and PorcelainRoyal Schwarzburg$150.00
Sub Categories : mini portrait cabinet vase, Germany
The vase has one mark I have not been able to identify and another circular mark “Made In Germany”. It is also marked in red “Reverie” which is the title of the portrait meaning “daydreaming, preoccupation”. It is also initialed VIH by the artist. My research leaves me to believe the vase is likely to be from Rudolstadt or Volkstedt and painted in the 1st quarter of the 20th century. It is in mint condition.

Nippon 9 3/4" vase (P4202 )Pottery and Porcelain$325.00
Sub Categories : Nippon
Joan Van Patton mark 52, (maple leaf, hand painted mark). This is not the reproduced mark. The vase is in mint condition.

Nippon hand painted 7" pitcher (P4203)Pottery and PorcelainNoritake$165.00
Sub Categories : Nippon
Joan Van Patton Nippon Mark 81 (blue RC Noritake Nippon mark) This pitcher is in mint condition.

Nippon 7 1/4 (P4205)Pottery and Porcelain$220.00
Sub Categories : Nippon
Pictured in Joan Van Patten’s second series Nippon book page 179, plate 983, green mark #47 (Morimura Bros. importer mark). It is in mint condition.

Nippon 5 1/4" pitcher (P4206)Pottery and Porcelain$130.00
Sub Categories : Nippon
Mark 50 (MM hand painted Nippon mark). The pitcher is in mint condition

Nippon 12 1/2 (P4207)Pottery and Porcelain$200.00
Sub Categories : Nippon
Joan Van Patton mark 71 (Pagoda hand painted Nippon mark). Shape as in second series book plate 375 (pg 53) and plate 939 (pg 171). This item is in mint condition

unmarked Nippon hand painted 7" vase (P4210)Pottery and Porcelain$135.00
Sub Categories : Nippon
This item is in mint condition.

Don Quixote (P4230)Pottery and PorcelainLladro$1,200.00
Sub Categories : Lladro, Figurine, Don Quixote
Lladro number 1030, Discontinued 1991, Original issue year 1969, issue price $1375, in mint condition, including original sword. height 14.5”. It has sold at auctions between 1992 and 2010 for $1295, $1375, $1440, $1750 and $1800. There are two Lladro marks, one has a impressed number 12 and the other has an inscribed number 16 or 91.

  nine Lenox twins (P4240)Pottery and PorcelainLenox$1,400.00
Sub Categories : Figurine, American
Lenox twins were made in the 1940 - 1950’s. Initially they all were made as girls. Later they added a boy. Twins tend to be handed down from generation to generation. Hence twins are difficult to find. Girls are more commonly found. In fact, I have not seen a boy for sale in almost forty years. Twins are often found in damaged condition. Damages are mostly in the apron, pigtails, and head. “Professionally” repaired twins sell for about forty to fifty percent less than undamaged ones. Price shown is for all nine twins. See following items for purchasing individual twins.

First Lenox twin (P42401)Pottery and PorcelainLenox$300.00
Sub Categories : Figurine, American
see item P4240 for general information about Lenox twins, This twin has no damage

Second Lenox twin (P42402)Pottery and PorcelainLenox$140.00
Sub Categories : Figurine, American
see item P4240 for general information about Lenox twins, This twin has repaired apron and pigtails

third twin (P42403)Pottery and PorcelainLenox$140.00
Sub Categories : Figurine
See item P4240 for general information about Lenox twins.This twin has had her head put back on.

Fifth twin (P42405)Pottery and PorcelainLenox$140.00
Sub Categories : Figurine, American
See item P4240 for general information about Lenox twins, This twin has a repaired apron.

Seventh twin (P42407)Pottery and Porcelainlenox$300.00
Sub Categories : Figurine, American
See item P4240 for general information about Lenox twins. This twin has no damage.

Eighth twin (P42408)Pottery and PorcelainLenox$300.00
Sub Categories : Figurine, American
See item P4240 for general information about Lenox twins. This item has no damage

Ninth twin (P42409)Pottery and PorcelainLenox$100.00
Sub Categories : Figurine, American
See item P4240 for a general description of Lenox twins. This item has a poorly reattached head.

Art Glass, Moser hexoganal shapped tumbler (G4224)soldMoser$0.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, Bohemian, Moser
The 4 ¾” tall hexagonal shaped tumbler is a three layer cased glass and has cut amber stained cabashons panels, a gold band around the rim and gold enamel Rococo gold scroll work over the remainder of the glass. The glass is in mint condition.

Art Glass, Moser decanter set (G4225)soldMoser$0.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, Bohemian, Moser
The decanter and cordials are hexagonal shaped, three layer cased glass and have amber cabashon cut panels, gold rims and gold-enamel Rococo scroll work over the remainder of the glass. The decanter has radial miter cuts with a fine line running along the apex of each cut around the base. The only mark that appears on this set is a gold mark 14. on the base of the decanter and a number “9.” in gold on the stopper. This type of marking usually is used to ensure the correct stopper is matched with the decanter. While the numbers do not match they do indeed fit perfectly and the factory cut stopper has not been cut or ground to fit. The decanter is 10 ¾” tall and the cordials are 2 ¾”. A similar decanter with 6 cordials and a tray with green cabashons panels is pictured in plate 18, page 53 of the book “Moser- Artistry in Glass 1857 – 1938”. All of the seven cordials show some signs of normal wear with 2 of them showing a little more wear with extremely fine rough edges or chips on the bottoms (see photos with red marks showing where the damage is. The first photo shows a small chip of about 1/8" wide and is very shallow and at the edge. The second photo shows a small crack by one of the hexagon edges. It is very difficult to feel and then only, but just barely with your finger nail ).

Imperial Lead Lustre/ Free Hand Vase (J234)soldImperial Glass Company$0.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Vase #412, decoration # 11. Ca. 1925. Beautiful light blue and white swirl pattern satin, with a cobalt irridized interior. It is 10 1/4" high, 3 1/8" wide at the top, and 3 1/2" wide at the base. Lead Lustre/ Free hand. Flawless.

Imperial Free Hand Vase Hearts and Vines (J236)SoldImperial Glass Company$0.00
Imperial Freehand vase Iridized blue with white vines and leaves and white rim. FH 318 from special lot #1989. 10 3/4"h 3 1/4"b. Brilliant irridescence, a beautiful vase that is in perfect condition.

Imperial (J254c)soldImperial Glass Company$0.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Art Glass bowl, Pearl Amythyst, signed. 6 3/4""w, 1 1/2"h, 2 1/2"b ca 1918. Reminiscent of the much more expensive Tiffany's Favfile and Steuben's Aurene wares. Very pretty, and flawless.

Scarce Diamond (J255a)soldDiamond Glass Ware Compamy$0.00
Sub Categories : Stretch Glass
Diamond Glass Ware Co Bowl, cupped, Egyptian Lustre stretch. 7 1/4"w, 3 1/4"h, 2 3/4"b. In perfect condition. Beautiful and quite difficult to find.

Northwood Vaseline stretch Glass rolled rim bowl (J259g)soldH. Northwood & Glass Company$0.00
Sub Categories : Stretch Glass
Northwood Topaz (vaseline) stretch glass bowl #649, rolled rim. 11 1/2"w, 3 1/8"h, 3 1/2"h. Nicely irridized, and brilliant fluoresence under a black light. In perfect condition.

Imperial (J296)soldImperial Glass Company$0.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Art Glass "Jewels" 10"bowl Red. Imperial Jewels was a line of iridescent glassware that was introduced in 1916. Jewels were made from high quality pressed or blown ware in soft, silky finishes and rich color tones. These Jewels are signed with the Imperial Crossmark. Perfect condition.

Imperial Free Hand Vase with Label (J315)soldImperial Glass Company$0.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Free Hand footed cylindrical vase, in translucent iridescent glass decorated with large blue swags #213 from special lot 1977, carries original paper label, 11 1/4" ht. Very pretty and in perfect condition.

Imperial Free Hand vase (J316)soldImperial Glass Company$0.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Free Hand decorated vase, baluster form in translucent iridescent glass decorated with large blue swags, 8" ht. In very good with a closed bubble on the rim.

Undocumented Imperial Free Hand Jack in the Pulpit Vase (J348)SoldImperial Glass Company$0.00
Sub Categories : Art Glass, American, Imperial
Imperial Free Hand vase. Jack in the pulpit. This one is beautiful. It is Verre de Soie (white) with blue trim and a blue thread running down the neck and is treated with a stretch glass effect. It is 9 3/4" tall 7" wide at pulpit and has a 3 7/8" base. An undocumented example that is highly iridized and quite rare.This vase is now featured on a very informative Imperial Art Glass web site https://sites.google.com/a/imperialartglass.com/www/xix-new-photos

Bismark 0.5L Stein (P4196)SteinSchierholz$600.00
Sub Categories : Germany
The stein is honey colored, made by Schierholz, circa 1900. It has a very small chip on the helmet cap (see photo). The bottom is marked “Germany” and “Musterschutz”( meaning “not to be copied”).