Price guides for IMPERIAL FREE BLOWN VASE. Spectacular Imperial...

Appraise and find values for
IMPERIAL FREE BLOWN VASE. Spectacular Imperial...

From marks4antiques.com - The most updated price guides and makers' marks research online

Over 15 years of helping our members
research their collections & heirlooms

An appraisal example from the millions of items in our Price Guides:

IMPERIAL FREE BLOWN VASE. Spectacular Imperial
© JAMES D. JULIA, Inc., Fairfield, Maine, USA

IMPERIAL FREE BLOWN VASE. Spectacular Imperial vase has rich blue iridescence with highlights of green and purple. The flaring lip has gold iridescent... [this item is NOT for sale]


Price Sold & Full Description
AVAILABLE TO OUR MEMBERS


Research the value of your own items:

See more appraisal examples and price guides for other items

Check our other research services:
IDENTIFY WORLDWIDE MAKERS' MARKS & HALLMARKS
marks4ceramics: Porcelain, Pottery, Chinaware, Figurines, Dolls, Vases...
marks4silver: Silver, Jewelry, Pewter, Silverplate, Copper & Bronze...

Explore other items from our
Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide

  • IMPERIAL FREE BLOWN VASE. Spectacular Imperial
    vase has rich blue iridescence with highlights of green and purple. The flaring lip has gold iridescent center. SIZE: 11-1/2 in. t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. Signed ... [more like this]
  • Elegant Roman Glass Vessel w/ Blue Rigaree:
    Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 3rd to 4th century CE. An elegant free-blown glass jar of a pale sage-green hues with a concave base and rough pontil scar, an apple-shaped body, ... [more like this]
  • Roman Glass Bottle - Swirling Yellow Pattern:
    **Originally Listed At $750**. . Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 3rd century CE. A gorgeous opaque yellow glass vessel, free blown to have a bulbous base and a long, tapering, ... [more like this]
  • Roman Glass Bowl - Citrine Hues: Roman,
    early Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE. A gorgeous free-blown, translucent glass bowl of a vibrant yellow-green citrine hue, boasting a form that is quite deep and a rounded ... [more like this]
  • Lovely Roman Glass Footed Cup: Roman, Imperial
    Period, ca. 2nd to 3rd century CE. A free-blown, translucent glass beaker of a pale green, near-colorless hue with a petite footed base and a prominent pontil scar, a gradually-expanding ... [more like this]
  • Large Roman Glass Pitcher w/ Trail Handle:
    Roman, Imperial Period, ca. late 3rd to 4th century CE. A fine free-blown glass pitcher of a transparent, pale-green color with a slight concave base with a smooth pontil ... [more like this]
  • Roman Glass Unguentarium - Rare Form: Roman,
    Imperial Period, ca. 2nd to 4th century CE. Free blown from glass of translucent blue-green hues, an unguentarium that presents a rather unusual form featuring an egg-shaped ... [more like this]
  • Beautiful Roman Glass Vessel: Roman, early
    Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE. A conical free-blown cup, formed from translucent blue-green glass, with a flat base and smooth pontil scar, gradually expanding walls, ... [more like this]
  • Beautiful Eastern Roman Glass Unguentarium:
    Roman, Eastern Empire, probably Syria, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 3rd century CE. A gorgeous unguent-holding vessel known as an unguentarium, free-blown from translucent ... [more like this]
  • Roman Glass Flask: Roman, Imperial Period,
    ca. 1st to 3rd century CE. A beautiful flask of an elegant form, free-blown from semi-translucent glass of a soft sage-green hue. The vessel is defined by a petite base with ... [more like this]
  • Beautiful Roman Glass Pitcher w/ Beautiful
    Iridescence: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 3rd to 4th century CE. A beautiful pouring pitcher, free-blown from thin, nearly-transparent glass of a pale blue-green hue. The ... [more like this]
  • Fine Roman Glass Bottle w/ Teal Hue: Roman,
    early Imperial Period, ca. 1st to early 2nd century CE. A fine bottle formed from free-blown glass of a gorgeous teal hue. The vessel is defined by a piriform body with a ... [more like this]
  • Near-Miniature Roman Glass Bottle - Cobalt
    Blue: Roman, early Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE. A gorgeous glass bottle of an attractive, near-miniature form, free-blown from semi-translucent glass of a cobalt-blue ... [more like this]
  • Roman Glass Candlestick Unguentarium: Roman,
    Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 2nd century CE. A beautiful unguentarium that is free-blown from semi-translucent glass of a pale yellow-green hue. The vessel is defined by a ... [more like this]
  • Miniature Roman Glass Vessel - Aubergine
    Hues: Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 2nd to 4th century CE. Sweet and petite, this lovely free-blown glass vessel is a miniature unguentarium and presents particularly striking ... [more like this]
  • Gorgeous / Large Roman Glass Flask: Roman,
    early Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE. A fabulous free-blown flask formed from semi-translucent blue glass. The vessel is striking, with a narrow, disc-shaped body, a ... [more like this]
  • Roman Glass Bottle w/ Ribs: Roman, late
    Imperial Period, ca. 4th century CE. An attractive bottle formed from free-blown glass of a yellow-green hue. The vessel presents with a concave base and smooth pontil scar, ... [more like this]
  • Stunning Roman Glass Vase w/ Applied Handles:
    Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 2nd to 4th century CE. A beautiful vase of a voluminous form, free-blown from semi-translucent glass of a vibrant yellow hue. The vessel presents ... [more like this]
  • Roman Glass Vessel - Gorgeous Irridescence!:
    Roman, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 3rd century CE. A gorgeous translucent yellow glass vessel, free blown to have a bulbous base and a long, tapering, thin neck ending in ... [more like this]
  • Roman Glass Vessel - Gorgeous Aubergine:
    Roman, Late Imperial Period, ca. 3rd to 5th century CE. A lovely free-blown glass vessel of particularly striking aubergine hues, the form comprised of an apple-shaped body ... [more like this]

This list is limited to only a few results.
Many more items are available to our members through our Price Guides!

Ideal research tools for Collectors, Personal Property Appraisers, Antiques & Collectibles Dealers, Auction Houses, Museums, eBayers or other online sellers (Rubylane, Etsy etc) and curious minds interested in appraising & identifying collectibles