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Unique Arts & Crafts Periwinkle Design Leaded Glass Table Lamp – Desk Lamp
Unique Art Glass and Metal Company, Brooklyn, NY, Unmarked
Date/Period: 1903-1910 - SOLD


Unique Arts & Crafts Periwinkle Design Leaded Glass Table Lamp – Desk Lamp Unique Art Glass and Metal Company, Brooklyn, NY, Unmarked, entire view

Measurement: Height: 23.5"; shade diameter: 16"

Condition: Perhaps 8 or 9 tight fissures to glass limited to lower borders; one in fifth
row…this is considered very good condition.

Additional Information: Caramel opalescent slag geometric dome shade continuing to
a wide band of periwinkle floral design done in fiery opalescent reds and pinks
surrounded by various shades of green over a flat rim. The trumpet base features a
period two socket cluster. Wiring has been updated for safety.

SOLD

977-73




Charles Lotton (b. 1935) Multi Flora Art Glass Vase, Mandarin Yellow, Illinois
Charles Lotton the Tiffany of tomorrow, "heir apparent" to a legacy started at
the turn of the 20th century.
Date/Period: 2003


Charles Lotton (b. 1935) Multi Flora Art Glass Vase, Mandarin Yellow, Illinois Charles Lotton the Tiffany of tomorrow, 'heir apparent' to a legacy started at the turn of the 20th century., entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 9.75"

Material: Free blown glass

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: American, 20th century, featuring pink flower heads [shades of red and green],
blue/green, and tannish leaves; ebony black vines on mandarin yellow ground,
iridescent interior, ebony black lip wrap, signed "Charles Lotton 2003", "Multi Flora”

In May of 1970, Charles went to The Art Institute to watch glass blowing…that day he
told his wife that he was going to be a glass blower and started building a furnace in the
back yard.

Charles met Tiffany expert Lillian Nassau in January of 1972. She knew that Charles
would become great artist. Lillian became his patron purchasing his entire output of
glass for five years enabling him to immerse himself in the world of art glass. Now…
fifty years later Charles is still creating beautiful, one of a kind works of glass art along
with his children.

Charles is completely self-taught, he created formulas that produce the color of his
glass. The chemistry of Charles' glass is unique to Lotton Glass. Lotton Art Glass is
one of the very few studios in the world using elements of the earth including sand,
soda ash, lime, borax, zinc, and metals resulting in most breathtaking colors seen in his
works.

Today, Charles Lotton is world-renowned for his beautiful designs such as the 'Multi
Flora' and 'Cypriot' styles.

His creations grace hundreds of museums and private collections. Lotton glass is
documented in museums such as the Smithsonian, the Metropolitan,
the Corning Museum, the High Museum, the Toledo Museum, and The Art Institute of
Chicago.

$3,975.00

570-701


Charles Lotton (b. 1935) Multi Flora Art Glass Vase, Mandarin Yellow, Illinois Charles Lotton the Tiffany of tomorrow, 'heir apparent' to a legacy started at the turn of the 20th century., entire view 2

Charles Lotton (b. 1935) Multi Flora Art Glass Vase, Mandarin Yellow, Illinois Charles Lotton the Tiffany of tomorrow, 'heir apparent' to a legacy started at the turn of the 20th century., mouth detail

Charles Lotton (b. 1935) Multi Flora Art Glass Vase, Mandarin Yellow, Illinois Charles Lotton the Tiffany of tomorrow, 'heir apparent' to a legacy started at the turn of the 20th century., bottom detail

Charles Lotton (b. 1935) Multi Flora Art Glass Vase, Mandarin Yellow, Illinois Charles Lotton the Tiffany of tomorrow, 'heir apparent' to a legacy started at the turn of the 20th century., artist detail

Charles Lotton (b. 1935) Multi Flora Art Glass Vase, Mandarin Yellow, Illinois Charles Lotton the Tiffany of tomorrow, 'heir apparent' to a legacy started at the turn of the 20th century., title detail



Boston & Sandwich Glass Chambersticks, Pair of Hand Candlesticks, Starch Blue
A Complete Candlestick is Difficult to Find, a Pair! In Blue! Mint Condition!
Date/Period: 1850-1880


Boston & Sandwich Glass Chambersticks, Pair of Hand Candlesticks, Starch Blue A Complete Candlestick is Difficult to Find, a Pair! In Blue! Mint Condition!, entire view

Measurement: Height; 7.75" at top of shade

Material: Blown glass, copper alloy chimney holder

Condition: Fine

Literature: See the Glass Industry in Sandwich by Barlow & Kaiser, volume 4, page 60,
figure 4044.

Additional Information: An extremely rare pair of pressed blue chambersticks by the
Boston and Sandwich Glass Company. The lobed socket above the circular dish with
everted lobed rim and applied handle, fitted with a pierced brass chimney holder.

$4,475.00 the pair…

1127-36




Rare Free Blown Colorless Glass Ogee Shaped Bowl, Compote, Copper Wheel Design
Date/Period: 1830


Rare Free Blown Colorless Glass Ogee Shaped Bowl, Compote, Copper Wheel Design, entire view

Measurement: Height: 7"; diameter: 8.75"

Material: Colorless glass

Condition: Tiny flake to lip

Additional Information: Folded rim with crease, foot with folded rim. Outstanding band of
copper wheel decoration.

$875.00

1127-20


Rare Free Blown Colorless Glass Ogee Shaped Bowl, Compote, Copper Wheel Design, bottom view

Rare Free Blown Colorless Glass Ogee Shaped Bowl, Compote, Copper Wheel Design, detail view



Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English
Date/Period: Circa 1760


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5.75"

Material: Colorless blown glass, opaque air twist

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Bell/funnel shape bowl on double series air twist stem, conical foot.

$285.00

879-156


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view



Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English
Date/Period: 1770-1790


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 5.75"

Material: Colorless glass, white air twist

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Rounded funnel bell shaped bowls, plain conical foot.

$390.00

879-148


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, entire view 2

Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view



Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English
Date/Period: Circa 1760


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5"

Material: Colorless blown glass, opaque air twist

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Rounded cup shape bowl on air twist stem, conical foot.
Retains 1930’s label for the respected William H. Plummer & Co., Ltd, NYC.

$450.00

879-149


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view 1

Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view 2



Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English
Date/Period: Circa 1760


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6"

Material: Colorless blown glass, opaque air twist

Condition: Chip/flake to underside of foot at outside edge

Additional Information: Bell or funnel shape bowl on double series air twist stem,
conical foot.

$170.00

879-151


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view 1

Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view 2



Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English
Date/Period: Circa 1760


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6.125"

Material: Colorless blown glass, opaque air twist

Condition: Small chip to foot at outside edge

Additional Information: Bell or funnel shape bowl on double series air twist stem,
conical foot. Retains 1930’s label for the respected William H. Plummer & Co., Ltd,
NYC.

$280.00

879-152


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view 1

Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view 2



Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English
Date/Period: Circa 1760


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5.75"

Material: Colorless blown glass, opaque air twist

Condition: Small chip to foot at outside edge

Additional Information: Bell or funnel shape bowl on double series air twist stem,
conical foot.

$195.00

879-153


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view



Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English
Date/Period: Circa 1760


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6"

Material: Colorless blown glass, opaque air twist

Condition: Very good, open air bubble underside of base near stem

Additional Information: Bell or funnel shape bowl on double series air twist stem,
conical foot.

$280.00

879-155


Blown Glass, Wine, White Air Twist Stem, English, detail view



Free Blown Colorless Glass Vase, White Marbrie Decoration, Threading
Pittsburgh
Date/Period: Circa 1830


Free Blown Colorless Glass Vase, White Marbrie Decoration, Threading Pittsburgh, entire view

Measurement: Height: 8.5"

Material: Blown glass

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Folded rim foot

$465.00

1127-19


Free Blown Colorless Glass Vase, White Marbrie Decoration, Threading Pittsburgh, detail view

Free Blown Colorless Glass Vase, White Marbrie Decoration, Threading Pittsburgh, bottom view



Witch Balls


Witch Balls, entire view

Witch Ball, New England, Looped Marbrie Design, Red and White
New England
Date/Period: Circa 1850-1870


Measurement:Diameter: 5”

Material: Blown glass

Condition: Excellent

$450.00

1271-34

Witch Ball, New England, Cranberry Color
Date/Period: 1840-1850


Measurement: Diameter: 3.5"

Material: Free blown glass

Condition: Excellent

$250.00

1127-33

Witch Ball, Blue and White, Spatter Decoration, Original Cork & Hanging Ring
New England
Date/Period: Mid-19th century


Measurement: Diameter: 3.5"

Material: Blown glass

Condition: Excellent

$245.00

1127-32

Witch Ball, Looped Marbrie Decoration, Red and White
Date/Period: Circa 1850


Measurement: Diameter: 4.5"

Material: Blown glass

Condition: Excellent

$450.00

1127-31




Antique, Colorless Blown Glass Cordials, Engraved, Cut, Etched
Date/Period: 1780-1825


Antique, Colorless Blown Glass Cordials, Engraved, Cut, Etched, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5"

Material: Colorless glass

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: A pair displaying etched floral motifs, one slightly smaller than
the other; matched engraving and form…likely blown and decorated in the same shop
by the same glassblower.

$165.00

492-222




Blown Glass Compote, Clear
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Circa 1835
Clear flint with hollow baluster stem blown in 12 panel mold


Blown Glass Compote, Clear
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Circa 1835, entire view

Finely molded 13-panel bowl with folded rim; applied hollow baluster stem, and about-flat round base. Fine condition.
(H: 9"; diameter: 10")

$295

784-2




On the left:

GENUINE PERIOD HANDEL REVERSE PAINTED MARINE SCENE TABLE LAMP
Shade is signed on the interior rim “Handel 7034”


On the left:
GENUINE PERIOD HANDEL REVERSE PAINTED MARINE SCENE TABLE LAMP
Shade is signed on the interior rim “Handel 7034”, entire view

This beautiful. Handel table lamp is reverse painted with a scene of sailing ships off the
shore of islands with stormy sky above. The island shoreline has a lighthouse, rocks
and a tree in bloom. Exterior of shade is finished in chipped ice giving the reverse
painting a textured feel. Shade rests on an original Handel base with leaf design around
the foot and stem leading to a three-socket cluster and fleur-de-lis cap. Base is signed
on the underside “Handel”. The shade measures approximately 17.75” in diameter; the
lamp is approximately 25” tall. Very good condition with only some typical wear to finish
on base, otherwise all else good. Base is professionally rewired so that is safe to use.

$6,950.00

1310-37




Pair, Free Blown Ovoid Form Trumpet Vases,
Cobalt, Circa 1840
Unknown Maker, America, or England, circa 1840


Pair, Free Blown Ovoid Form Trumpet Vases, Cobalt, Circa 1840
Unknown Maker, America, or England, circa 1840, entire view 1

Fine condition, height: 8.25”


Pair, Free Blown Ovoid Form Trumpet Vases, Cobalt, Circa 1840
Unknown Maker, America, or England, circa 1840, entire view 2

Pair, Free Blown Ovoid Form Trumpet Vases, Cobalt, Circa 1840
Unknown Maker, America, or England, circa 1840, bottom view

$785.00

1127-15




Free Blown Colorless Glass Cruet, Possibly Pittsburgh
Excellent condition, Circa 1830


Antique Free Blown Colorless Glass Cruet, Circa 1830, entire view

(H: 8")

$245

110-738




Glass, Blown, Molded, Liquor Glass, Vases
Sold separately


Glass, Blown, Molded, Liquor Glass, Vases, entire view

Ale or Liquor Glass, Magnum Size Funnel Shape Bowl, Colorless, Ground Pontil
Unknown Maker; leaded glass
Never seen anything like this; please share your thoughts

(Shallow fleabite chip to rim, else fine; H: 8.75"; diameter: 6.75")
$565
492-98

Blown Molded Glass Vase, Colorless, Outer Applied Bands, Ground Pontil
Possibly Boston, First Quarter 19th Century, H: 7", Fine


$975
492-99

Celery Vase, Cut Glass, Bakewell Type, Strawberry and Fan Pattern
Likely Pittsburgh, Circa 1820
- SOLD





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