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FIVE STEUBEN ART GLASS SHADES. Nicely matched set of Steuben gold aurene shades with vertical ribbing and purple highlights. Each is stamped “Steuben”....
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FIVE STEUBEN ART GLASS SHADES. Nicely matched
set of Steuben gold aurene shades with vertical ribbing and purple highlights. Each is stamped “Steuben”. SIZE: 2-1/4” fitter rim x 5" t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. ... [more like this]
FOUR STEUBEN ART GLASS SHADES. Nicely matched
set of four Steuben bell-shaped shades with calcite exterior, gold interior, and vertical ribbing. Each is signed “Steuben”. SIZE: 2-1/4” fitter rim x 5" t. CONDITION: ... [more like this]
FIVE STEUBEN ART GLASS SHADES. Five gold
bell-shaped vertically ribbed shades are a nicely matched set. Each is signed “Steuben” and one is signed “F. Carder”. SIZE: 2-1/4” fitter rim x 4-1/4" t. CONDITION: ... [more like this]
A STEUBEN ART CRYSTAL TWO PIECE FINGER BOWL
SET, the pinched rim and matching underplate with red threading on amber ground, Diameter of bowl, 4-3/4 in.; underplate, 6-1/2 in. ... [more like this]
TWO STEUBEN ART GLASS LAMP SHADES mounted
on matching gilt metal footed stands, both having gold iridescent interiors, gold thread and heart-shaped vining leafage on exteriors. Height of first, 5.75" in flower form ... [more like this]
Five Decorated Shades Attributed to Steuben
Art glass New York, early 20th century All matching form in iridescent green and gold pulled feather decoration, ht. 5, aperture dia. 2 1/4 in. Estimate $800-1,200 The ... [more like this]
8 STEUBEN & STEVENS & WILLIAMS ART GLASS
DRINKWARE New York, England,Early 20th CenturyIncludes a pink opaline teacup with saucer and a matching wine glass by Stevens & Williams, two jade green Steuben lemonade glasses, ... [more like this]
STEUBEN JADE GLASS PITCHERS AND TUMBLERS
Steuben swirl art glass pitcher, shape 6232, with applied alabaster handle, polished pontil, 9 ¾" x 8". Four matching jade tumblers with applied alabaster handles, 5 ¾"H. ... [more like this]
Steuben Colorless Footed Bowl, Ten Pieces
of Murano and Murano-type Art Glass Tableware, including four dishes with two matching cups, and other four cups. ... [more like this]
STEUBEN AURENE GOLD IRIDESCENT ART GLASS
BOWL AND MATCHING UNDERPLATE. Each with violet highlights. Diameter of bowl, 3 7/8 in., incised arena 818 underfoot; the 5 3/4 in. diameter underplate with traces of mark. ... [more like this]
STEUBEN AURENE BLUE ART GLASS PERFUME with
original matching atomizer and gilt metal engraved fitting, raised on pedestal base. Height 6 1/2 in. c. 1915-1920. Condition Report ... [more like this]
STEUBEN AURENE ART GLASS BOWL AND UNDERPLATE.
Gold iridescent with violet highlights. Diameter of bowl, 3-7/8", incised Aurene, 818 underfoot; the matching underplate with traces of silver paint mark, 5-3/4" D. ... [more like this]
3 STEUBEN CALCITE ACID ETCHED ART GLASS SHADES:
The two that are a matched pair are signed. The third shade is an attribution. Fitter rims measure approx. 2'' the shades are 4''l. ... [more like this]
An assembled grouping of glass, boxes, elephant
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The first group of glass including four tall candlesticks, height 16in; Steuben dish 7857, designed introduced 1939, by John Dreeves, ... [more like this]
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