GROUP OF GLASSWAREComprising:
A silver-mounted compote
A small silver-mounted bud vase
Two celery vases
A set of six water goblets
A set of three champagne flutes
Sixteen wine glasses in various patterns
A salt cellar
The larger compote 7 1/2 x 9 in. diam., (32 pcs).
Minor wear, nicks and abrasions consistent with use. Otherwise in good condition.Not withstanding this report or any discussion concerning condition of a lot, all lots are offered and sold "as is" in accordance with our conditions of sale.
THREE CUT GLASS CELERY VASESThe largest 8 1/2 x 5 3/4 in. diam.
Each with wear. The largest with two air bubbles to the foot. The two smaller with nicks to the rims and decoration. Otherwise in good condition.Not withstanding this report or any discussion concerning condition of a lot, all lots are offered and sold "as is" in accordance with our conditions of sale.
TWO PIECES OF GEORGIAN CUT GLASS HOLLOWAREEnglish, circa 1800, consisting of a footed bowl with bevel cut spears intersected by cross-hatched motifs, raised on a hollow knop stem atop a molded stepped base, chips to base, measuring 7.75" high x 6.75" diameter, together with a celery vase with a ribbed octagonal sided body rising to a saw tooth rim, raised on a short stem atop a circular spreading foot with radial cuts, chips to base, measuring 6.5" high x 4" diameter.
Cut Glass Celery Vase and Bottle Cooler, the fine English cut glass celery vase in \"Panel and Fan\" decor, third quarter 19th century, the large Continental two-handled Brilliant-cut glass bottle cooler in \"Palm and Diamond decor, h. 8-1/4\" to 9\".
HEISEY GLASS FOOTED CELERY VASE & COMPOTE PAIRTwo (2) Heisey glass items, including one celery vase with hand cut floral decoration; measures approximately 7" high and 3-3/8" in diameter to the base. The other is a lovely lidded compote with hand cut geometric decoration; measures approximately 10-1/2" high and 3-7/8" in diameter to the base. Both marked to base. Both in overall good condition.
LARGE GROUPING OF 10 PIECES OF BLOWN GLASSLarge Grouping of 10 Pieces of Blown Glass, to include five large blown flip glasses, 18th century continental, one having molding, four having etched floral designs, heights 5 1/2 - 6 1/2 inches, a flip glass, beaker, celery vase, mug, along with one pokal, all having various floral etched designs, heights 4 - 10 1/4 inches. Provenance: Sotheby's NY, 2/1/91.
All lots are sold "AS IS" The condition of lots can vary widely and are unlikely to be in a perfect condition. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold, or jewelry from buyers that have not purchased from our gallery in the past. Condition: Reports are available by request and answered in the order they are received
(4) GILLINDER (ATTRIB) EAPG LION PATTERN TABLEWARE(lot of 4) Early American Pattern Glass, attributed to Gillinder & Sons, late 19th c., in the lion pattern, including: (1) spoon holder/ celery vase, on a collared base, approx 5.5"h, 4"diam, (2) pitchers, on a collared base, approx 6.75"h, (1) covered pickle/ marmalade jar, small chips in lower band, approx 7"h, 3.75"diam; 4.75lbs total
FOUR DECORATIVE ITEMS 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURYFOUR DECORATIVE ITEMS, 19th/Early 20th Century, 1) Oval green glass box with hinged lid. Height 2.75". Length 3.5". 2) Porcelain box with gilt and floral decoration. 2.25" x 3.75". 3) Clear and cobalt blue glass celery vase. Height 9". 4) Clear and cobalt blue vessel, possibly a perfume bottle sans stopper, with floral decoration. Height 6".
ECLECTIC COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL GLASSECLECTIC COLLECTION OF CONTINENTAL GLASS, including a Bohemian paneled molded glass beaker with etched coat of arms surmounted by a coronet and all below a patterned band at rim, circa 1820, h: 4.25 in.; a Continental enameled milk glass barrel form mug with pontil, circa 1780-1820; a clear blown glass small beaker, pontil to underside, h: 3.25 in.; an American pale green molded teardrop-shaped whiskey flask, one side molded with a sheaf of wheat atop crossed rake and a pitchfork, all below two leafy branches, the reverse with a central star and curled band, circa 1850, h: 9.5 in.; an American deep brown flattened rectangular medicine bottle with pontil mark; and a Sandwich glass deep green celery vase on pedestal, h: 10 in. (6)
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