310 : Duran King Tut Vase Durand $1,100.00
Category : Glass
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.
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346A : Durand Coil Vase Durand $800.00
Category : Glass
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
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507 : Durand Coil Vase Durand $775.00
Category : Glass
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.
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711 : Pair of Imperial Free Hand Candlesticks Imperial Glass Company $2,100.00
Category : Glass
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.
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712B : Imperial Free Hand Heart and Vine Vase Imperial Glass Company $800.00
Category : Glass
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
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714 : Monumental Durand Lady Gay Rose Durand $3,600.00
Category : Glass
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.
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802 : Tiffany Favrile Vase Tiffany $1,760.00
Category : Glass
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"
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805 : Durand Egyptian Crackle Durand $3,500.00
Category : Glass
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".
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810 : Imperial Freehand Jack in the Pulpit vase Imperial Glass Company $1,600.00
Category : Glass
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.
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813 : Loetz Ausfuehrung Vase Loetz $800.00
Category : Glass
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.
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814a : Durand Lady Gay Rose vase, King Tut Durand $2,800.00
Category : Glass
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.
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818 : Loetz Crete Papillion Vase Loetz $1,500.00
Category : Glass
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.
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824 : Published Durand Heart and Clinging Vine Ginger Jar Durand $1,760.00
Category : Glass
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.
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825 : Published Durand King Tut vase Durand $1,150.00
Category : Glass
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.
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839A : Bohemian Vase with Pewter Overlay Unknown Maker $320.00
Category : Glass
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.
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841 : Stevens & Williams Silveria vase Stevens & Williams $3,200.00
Category : Glass
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.
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843 : Imperial Free Hand Lily Pad and Vine Vase Imperial Glass Company $1,200.00
Category : Glass
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.
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844 : Durand Lady Gay Rose Moorish Crackle Vase Durand $1,100.00
Category : Glass
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!!
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845 : Scarce Durand Vase Durand $2,400.00
Category : Glass
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.
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846 : Thomas Webb & Sons Bronze Crackle Vase Thomas Webb $750.00
Category : Glass
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.
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G4167 : Art Glass, 12 Rindskopf $500.00
Category : Glass
Sub Categories : Art Glass, Bohemian, Rindskopf
The vase has a rich iridescence, is unsigned and has a polished pontil.
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G4229 : Art Glass, Loetz Papillon vase Loetz $600.00
Category : Glass
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.
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