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Ceramics, Metals & Glass

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Free Blown Footed Bowl, Cased Cobalt Marbrie Decoration, Folded Rim, Applied Clear Foot
American
Date/Period: Mid-19th Century


Free Blown Footed Bowl, Cased Cobalt Marbrie Decoration, Folded Rim, Applied Clear Foot American, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6"; diameter: 14.25"

Material: Cased blown glass

Condition: Fine, small area of clear glass with a few open bubbles

Additional Information: Outstanding visual…

$4,200.00

1127-30


Free Blown Footed Bowl, Cased Cobalt Marbrie Decoration, Folded Rim, Applied Clear Foot American, top view

Free Blown Footed Bowl, Cased Cobalt Marbrie Decoration, Folded Rim, Applied Clear Foot American, detail view



Extremely Rare Georgian Drinking Glass, Daumenglas, Thumb Beaker & Cover
England
Date/Period: 1790-1810


Extremely Rare Georgian Drinking Glass, Daumenglas, Thumb Beaker & Cover England, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 13.75"

Material: Brilliant heavy lead glass

Condition: Fine…mint!

Additional Information: An extremely rare free blown Georgian transparent teal blue
drinking vessel with six finger holes, lid and applied decoration. The vessel is very
similar in design to earlier German vessels in the collections of the V&A museum and
the Corning Museum of Glass. Barrel-shaped oval body with pushed-up base having
rough pontil mark; slightly domed set-in cover with solid tooled finial; two groups of three
"thumbholes" or "thumb-cups" having robust collars applied to the body. Centering the
thumbholes are two groups of three applied glass rings, the top group is finely ribbed.

$1,850.00

1127-22


Extremely Rare Georgian Drinking Glass, Daumenglas, Thumb Beaker & Cover England, entire view 2

Extremely Rare Georgian Drinking Glass, Daumenglas, Thumb Beaker & Cover England, entire view 3

Extremely Rare Georgian Drinking Glass, Daumenglas, Thumb Beaker & Cover England, entire view 4

Extremely Rare Georgian Drinking Glass, Daumenglas, Thumb Beaker & Cover England, bottom view



Free & Mold Blown Cobalt Lead Glass Water Pitcher, Ribbed Handle, Applied Bands
Probably Boston, Possibly Thomas Cains
Date/Period: 1820-1850


Free & Mold Blown Cobalt Lead Glass Water Pitcher, Ribbed Handle, Applied Bands Probably Boston, Possibly Thomas Cains, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 5"

Material: Glass

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Lead glass water pitcher in deep purple blue; pattern-molded and free
blown; featuring a large barrel-shaped body having two wide molded horizontal ribs tooled into
fine ribs, wide neck with wide arched lip; rough pontil mark. The applied broad handle has a
heavy medial rib continuing to a long crimped and turned-back end. George S. McKearin (1874
1958) donated an identical pitcher to the Corning Glass Museum. (Source 1943 to 1950-07-31)

$780.00

1127-27


Free & Mold Blown Cobalt Lead Glass Water Pitcher, Ribbed Handle, Applied Bands Probably Boston, Possibly Thomas Cains, entire view 1

Free & Mold Blown Cobalt Lead Glass Water Pitcher, Ribbed Handle, Applied Bands Probably Boston, Possibly Thomas Cains, entire view 1

Free & Mold Blown Cobalt Lead Glass Water Pitcher, Ribbed Handle, Applied Bands Probably Boston, Possibly Thomas Cains, entire view 1

Free & Mold Blown Cobalt Lead Glass Water Pitcher, Ribbed Handle, Applied Bands Probably Boston, Possibly Thomas Cains, entire view 5

Free & Mold Blown Cobalt Lead Glass Water Pitcher, Ribbed Handle, Applied Bands Probably Boston, Possibly Thomas Cains, bottom view



Blown Glass Fishing Floats, Pair Found in Gloucester Many Years Ago
Date/Period: 19th Century


Blown Glass Fishing Floats, Pair Found in Gloucester Many Years Ago, entire view 1

Measurement: Diameter: 5”

Material: Free blown glass, light aqua

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: These Closed balls were used to float fishing nets, also used
for covers on pitches, bowls, and store jars, thinner walled balls were produced for
packing, they were placed upon vases as a support for the rims during shipment. This
pair with granny note was bought perhaps 75years ago in Gloucester…the jelly label
states that: “they were old then”.

$285.00

879-147


Blown Glass Fishing Floats, Pair Found in Gloucester Many Years Ago, entire view 2



Vintage Glass Scramble Millefiori Paperweight, End of Day
Date/Period: 20th Century


Vintage Glass Scramble Millefiori Paperweight, End of Day, entire view

Measurement: Diameter: approximately 2.5”

Material: Glass

Condition: Couple tiny dings, chip to base at outside rim of foot

Additional Information: Typical flat slightly concave base, millefiori composition; many
loosely set patterned canes including latticinio and florals canes.

$165.00

784-39


Vintage Glass Scramble Millefiori Paperweight, End of Day, entire view 2



Vintage Glass Millefiori Paperweight
Anonymous
Date/Period: 20th Century


Vintage Glass Millefiori Paperweight Anonymous, entire view

Measurement: Diameter: approximately 2.5”

Material: Glass

Condition: Couple small abrasions

Additional Information: Typical flat slightly concave base, millefiori composition; many
closely set patterned canes including latticinio, twists

$165.00

784-38


Vintage Glass Millefiori Paperweight Anonymous, entire view 2



Glass, Decanters, Cut Glass, 19th Century
Sold separately


Glass, Decanters, Cut Glass, 19th Century, entire view

Decanter, Cut Glass with Cut Stopper, Beautifully Cut, Great Stopper
Circa 1835

Not the original stopper, some small chips and cloudiness in base
$295
784-5

Decanter, Sandwich, Matching Stopper, Guilloche, Plume, and Ribbing Pattern
Blown Molded, Clear Glass, Circa 1825 to 1835
- SOLD
Barlow and Kaiser-1338 (McKearin GV-14), no chips or cracks, some light cloudiness

784-6




Large Pair, Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Compotes, New York
Date/Period: First Quarter of 20th Century


Large Pair, Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Compotes, New York, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 9"; bowl diameter: 6.5"

Material: Glass, favrile

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Tiffany compotes each with inverted saucer foot; transparent,
slightly iridescent stem continuing to iridescent compote bowls. The bowl interiors are
finished in bright gold iridescence with one featuring bold pink highlights…the other
displaying subtle blue highlights at the sides. Each compote is signed on the underside
"L. C. Tiffany Favrile". [ground pontil on each base]

$3,150.00 the pair

1310-102


Large Pair, Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Compotes, New York, entire view 2

Large Pair, Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Compotes, New York, detail view 1

Large Pair, Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Compotes, New York, detail view 2



Engraved Rummer, Man of War, American Flag
Unknown Maker, 19th Century


Engraved Rummer, Man of War, American Flag
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, entire view

Colorless blown lead glass…engraved incurved cylindrical bowl on knop stem
continuing to stepped-disk foot with pontil. (Height: 6.75")


Engraved Rummer, Man of War, American Flag
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, detail view

$465.00

110-960




Antique Overlay Glass, Vase, Purple Cut to Clear
Eastern United States, Mid-19th Century


Antique Overlay Glass, Vase, Purple Cut to Clear
Eastern United States, Mid-19th Century, entire view 1

Ruffled flared rim continuing to a paneled neck, spreading circular scalloped base.
Polished pontil. (Fine condition; height: 8.25")


Antique Overlay Glass, Vase, Purple Cut to Clear
Eastern United States, Mid-19th Century, entire view 2

Antique Overlay Glass, Vase, Purple Cut to Clear
Eastern United States, Mid-19th Century, bottom view

$285.00

784-31




Antique Glass Celery Vase, Wafer Construction, Copper Wheel Engraved
Probably Massachusetts, circa 1860


Antique Glass Celery Vase, Wafer Construction, Copper Wheel Engraved
Probably Massachusetts, circa 1860, entire view

The engraved bowl featuring scalloped edge, band of grapes, leaves and tendrils joined to the hollow cut
stem with glass wafers. (One vase about mint, the other with scattered fleabites to rim, one scallop
ground…they display well. Height: 9")

$275.00

659-199




Snuff Bottle, Blown, Rectangular, Wide Mouth Utility with Concave Corners English or Possibly Connecticut, circa 1820-1840, Amber Toned Olive Green


Snuff Bottle, Blown, Rectangular, Wide Mouth Utility with Concave Corners English or Possibly Connecticut, circa 1820-1840, Amber Toned Olive Green, entire view

Tooled flared mouth; lip is flattened and pulled outwards, not much of a neck to speak of. Nice shoulders, flattened panels, concave corners. (Very good condition. Height: 7")


Snuff Bottle, Blown, Rectangular, Wide Mouth Utility with Concave Corners English or Possibly Connecticut, circa 1820-1840, Amber Toned Olive Green, spout detail

Snuff Bottle, Blown, Rectangular, Wide Mouth Utility with Concave Corners English or Possibly Connecticut, circa 1820-1840, Amber Toned Olive Green, bottom detail

$1,265.00

1260-6




Storage Bottle, Cylindrical, Mold Blown, Olive Amber New England, Second Half 19th Century Squat Demijohn, Light Green Amber, Large English Type Basal, Pontil Scar, Nice Color Applied tapered collar mouth


Storage Bottle, Cylindrical, Mold Blown, Olive Amber New England, Second Half 19th Century Squat Demijohn, Light Green Amber, Large English Type Basal, Pontil Scar, Nice Color Applied tapered collar mouth, entire view

(Height: 13.5"; diameter: 6.25")

$235.00

784-23




Antique Pitcher, Pillar Molded, Colorless Lead Glass, Large Pear Shape Body United States (Pittsburgh) or Possibly England, Circa 1840s


Antique Pitcher, Pillar Molded, Colorless Lead Glass, Large Pear Shape Body United States (Pittsburgh) or Possibly England, Circa 1840s, entire view

American collectors have categorically assigned these glorious pieces to Pittsburgh; however, the technique was practiced in other glassmaking centers. Featuring twelve pronounced spiraled ribs (pillar molding) extending from the bottom to the rim; widely flared rim pulled out to form broad spout; applied strap handle, crimped and folded at the terminal. Projecting circular foot/base with polished pontil. Fine condition.

$635.00

784-19




Cylinder Decanter, Mold Blown and Prismatic Cut,
Polished Pontil, Colorless Glass
Likely England or Ireland, Circa 1810-1820


Cylinder Decanter, Mold Blown and Prismatic Cut,
Polished Pontil, Colorless Glass 
Likely England or Ireland, Circa 1810-1820, entire view

The mushroom stopper appears to be original; there are a couple chips to stopper.
Height: 10.5".

$425.00

1322-8




Blown & Cut Colorless Glass Fluid Lamp, Oversized, Lavender Tint Unknown Maker, 19th Century


Blown & Cut Colorless Glass Fluid Lamp, Oversized, Lavender Tint Unknown Maker, 19th Century, entire view

Prolonged exposure to sun causes color change.
Height: 12.5".

$575.00

1322-4




Blown Colorless Glass Punch Cup or
Mug with Handles, Matched Pair
Nineteenth Century
Polished rims, pontil scars,
applied handled with curled terminus


Antique Matched Pair of Blown Colorless Glass Punch Cups with Handles, 19th Century, pair view

(H: 2.75"; diameter: 2.25")

$265

1187-18




Free Blown White Marbrie Loop Decorated Decanter with Stopper
United States, Probably Pittsburgh, Circa 1850


Antique Free Blwon White Marble Loop Decorated Decanter, Circa 1850, entire view

(Excellent condition; H: 10”, H with stopper: 12”)

$750

784-14


Antique Free Blwon White Marble Loop Decorated Decanter, Circa 1850, example



Flask; Bulltown Glassworks, Pictorial, GXIII-39, Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Pint
Bulltown, New Jersey, Circa 1845 to 1860


Antique Bulltown Glassworks Flask with Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Circa 1845, angle view 1

LITERATURE: American Bottles and Flasks and Their Ancestry by Helen McKearin and Kenneth Wilson, 1978.

$575

784-15


Antique Bulltown Glassworks Flask with Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Circa 1845, angle view 2
Antique Bulltown Glassworks Flask with Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Circa 1845, spout detail
Antique Bulltown Glassworks Flask with Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Circa 1845, bottom detail



End of Day Glass Turtle Whimsy
Probably Stoddard, NH
1840 – 1870


Antique Small Aqua Demijohn with Tooled Lip and Rough Pontil, entire view

Amber turtle made from excess glass remaining in glassblowers’ pots. Color indicates possible origin. Poor turtle is missing its tail from past injury. Would make a friendly paperweight or collector piece. (Length: 6"; width: 3.5"; height: 2.5")

$275

1187-14




Glass, Cake Stands, Salvers, Mold Blown
Sold separately - SOLD


Glass, Cake Stands, Salvers, Mold Blown, angle view

Cake Stand, Salver, Mold Blown Clear Flint Glass, Dome Base
Three Part Ringed Stem
Wheeling, West Virginia
Circa 1850

(H: 8.25"; diameter: 13")
SOLD
818-22

Small Cake Stand, Salver, Mold Blown, Mold Blown Clear Flint Glass, Dome Base
Three Part Ringed Stem
Wheeling, West Virginia
Circa 1850

(H: 7"; diameter: 9.5")
SOLD
818-24

Large Cake Stand, Salver, Mold Blown Clear Flint Glass, Dome Base
Three Part Ringed Stem
Wheeling, West Virginia
Circa 1850
- SOLD
(H: 8.25"; diameter: 13")
818-23


Glass, Cake Stands, Salvers, Mold Blown, entire view



Glass, Candlesticks, Lamps, Plates
Sold separately


Glass, Candlesticks, Lamps, Plates, entire view

Background, left to right:
Dish, Lacy Sandwich Dish, Beehive and Thistle
Circa 1835 to 1855

Dimensions: 9.25 by 9.25".
$125
875-8

Candelabra, Amethyst Shades
Brass

Dimensions: 19" H, 18.5" W, 5.5" D.
$650
875-1

Staffordshire, Plate, Boston State House Transfer
Dimensions: 7.5" diameter.
$125
875-2

Foreground, left to right:
Bowl, Art Glass Bowl, Peacock Blue, Blown - SOLD
Dimensions: 3.75" H.

$55
875-9

Pomade Jar, Bear Form, Black Amethyst
Possibly Boston and Sandwich
Circa 1850 to 1887
- SOLD
Fine condition. 3.75" H.
875-6

Candy Dish, Bull's Eye and Diamond Point
New England Glass Company

Dimensions: 9" H.
$235
875-7

Top Hat, Blown Mold Glass
Dimensions: 2.5" H.
SOLD
875-4

Lamp, Fluid Lamp, Sandwich Glass
Circa 1860

Dimensions: 5.75" H.
875-3 - SOLD

Candlesticks, Pair, Canary Glass - SOLD
Dimensions: 7" H.
875-5





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