Other Glass Decor
Condition: Antique & vintage
Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Co. of Greentown Indiana. 1898.
3 7/8 inches high, 5 1/2 wide. Would take a lid with a rim 4 inches across.
Condition: Excellent. Just a speck of a chip on the inside ledge.
Dark amethyst and white swirl blown glass lid or dome. Clear glass plate. Actually looks like both pieces are blown.
Weighs a heavy 6 1/2 pounds. 10 by 3 1/2 inches. The inside area is about 8 1/8 by 2 1/4 high. The side wall to the plate are 1 3/4 high on the inside. Maybe for cheese cake. If anyone knows, we would appreciate the help.
Condition: No damage at all, just real pretty.
A pair of Victorian era decorative art, made in the USA around 1900. Big beautiful pair of ewers 15 1/3 inches tall. Cast metal grotesque shapes of lions and faces in the handle, spout, and foot. The melon shape bodies are classic CF Monroe Wave Crest with women and cherubs.
Condition: The metal is recently painted gold. Each ewer glass body has a small surface flake as pointed out with arrows in the last two pictures.
Very light weight glass, about 5 3/4 inches tall. Marked on the bottom, JANSN 77. It has man made black dirt inside to make it look authentic. It may be imitation mummy brains, making this a burial vase.
Per Robert at justanswer, "A reproduction Roman glass vase likely created by Whitefriars who produced extremely authentic reproductions in the 1920s and 30s ... as a celebration of art. The thread around the neck is typical of Roman glass of 300 BC but is usually a lot clumsier and it lacks the iridescence of dug glass."
Condition: No damage.
Italian hobo bag shape vase
Very pretty. A little more than 5 1/2 inches tall. This came from an Atlanta estate sale. From the hand written tag on the bottom, the previous owner obviously purchased it in September 1975 and thought it was Mt Washington, but it is not. The give-away is the rough pontil scar.
Condition: No damage.
We do not know the history of this but it appears to be Italian Murano art glass, mid century modern candy dish or maybe a large cigar ashtray. Colors blend from brilliant red, gold to aqua blue in the center.
The dish is about 7 inches across and 5 inches deep, 3 inches high. Weighs a very heavy 25.5 ounces. Polished base.
Condition: No damage except for a tiny bit of hard-to-see scuffs.
Note: The pictures were all taken in natural light from the window and have not been edited.
5 3/4 inches high. Cranberry art glass in the diamond quilt pattern. Satin treatment with snow white interior. Ribbed frosted handle. Ground bottom with pontil mark.
Very well made with a creative tilt back toward the handle. Small pitcher, ewer, or cruet, but it does not appear to have ever had a stopper. Believed to be late 1800s to early 1900s but I'm not sure.
Condition: No damage at all. Very clean inside and out.
Beaded rims and reverse beads and tree bark texture. Service for six, cereal bowls and salad plates, or preferably ice cream bowls and cake plates.
The bowls are 5 3/4 inches and the plates are 6 3/4.
Mid century, 1950s or 60s. Marked "Italy." From the Empoli region Tuscany.
Condition: No damage but two of the bowls are not clear like the others. Perhaps they were exposed to sunlight.
Vintage glass set. Heart shape silver overlay. Each are about 1 cup size.
Condition: No damage.
The 3 qt pitcher is 8 inches tall. Brown spatter on amber.
The tumblers are 5 inches. Brown spatter on lightly tinted glass. One is heavier than the other. That is just the way of art glass.
They are mouth blown, hand crafted.
A beautiful set just right for sharing a cool drink with a special someone. And the darker tint pitcher will slow the ice melting on a hot day.
Condition: No damage at all. The bottoms show very little shelf wear.
Slag Art Glass Pitcher Tumblers set 1 1/2 gal.
Bright tangerine milk glass with smoke color handle. Orange/white slag glass cased in clear.
Blown glass with rough cut pontil scars. The pontil scars looks like Pilgrim Art Glass of West Virginia, but we are not sure.
Condition: One glass has a chip as shown.
Beautiful clear plates, (they pick up color from my room.)
Swirl pattern. Monogram "S." The bottoms are rounded and you can see waviness as they are apparently high quality blown. We have no idea who made them.
Includes 7 pieces.
6 large 9 inch cake or dessert plates
1 serving platter 14 1/4 inches
Condition: They are used but excellent condition with little wear.
Coke Salad Plates, set of 6 clear glass
Authentic Coca-Cola with reg. trade mark. 7 7/8 inches. Set of 6.
Condition: Excellent. One has a couple scratches, the others don't look used.
Frosted Glass Plates 4 mint green 8 3/4" luncheon
Set of four plates. Soft pastel green, maybe seafoam or mint green? Frosted underneath, not on the top. Scalloped rim. They are not marked.
Condition: Used with some scratches. No chips or cracks.
Pretty pair of 4 inch tumblers. May have been made in Greentown, but I don't know.
Condition: No damage at all.
Chartreuse green with gold grape vine. Beautiful air twist inside a six sided sharp zipper stem. 7 1/4 inches tall. Unmarked Saint-Louis French crystal.
Condition: No damage. The gold still looks great. No water spots. The feet do have table wear as would be expect of antique crystal.
Delicate blown glass with French lace like needle etching. Smooth pontil. Interesting wasted shape. Only 4 5/8 inches tall. Light as a feather.
Antiques. Late Victorian, around 1900, maybe a bit earlier.
Condition: Two are excellent. One is chipped as shown. No water marks or cloudiness.
Set of three glasses of the same feather scroll pattern of the Art Nouveau era, Blown with rock sharp cut stem. Probably 1900 to 1910.
The wine stems are 4 5/8 inches. The little tumbler is 4 3/8.
Condition: Good. No cracks or cloudiness. One of the stems has a tiny side chip as shown (last pic 12 o'clock.)
And the other I can feel a sharp spot but can't see anything. They ring beautifully.
5 3/4 inches tall. Set of 4. Blown blue glass with red jewel trimmed with gold. Tiny smooth pontil scars. Unknown maker, probably Itilian, early 20th century. Gorgeous color combination.
Condition: Excellent, just gold loss as would be expected on antique glass.
9 inches across the handles by 5. Beautiful clarity, glows yellowish under black light. Early American Pattern Pressed Glass. 1881 Adams & Co Glassworks.
Condition: No damage. There is an indent inside the rim but looks like it was made that way.
2 1/2 inches wide and holds 2 1/2 ounces. Brilliant ruby glass, much prettier than our pictures. The box was made in Illinois. Stamped on the bottom "VLS-IND" so maybe it is Indiana Glass.
Condition: Like new but dirty. Includes the original box.
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4 1/2 inches tall, 2 3/4 ounces. Blown bowl with gold pulled stem. Quality hand made vintage crystal. Every one rings like a bell.
Condition: One glass has gold wear around the rim.
Set of 4. 5 1/8 inches tall. Polished rim, smooth pontil. Zig-zag etching. Probably early 20th century, art deco period. They ring beautifully.
Condition: No cloudiness, no damage at all.
Three are 4 3/4 inches tall, two are 4 1/2. Twelve panel optic. Blown bowl and pulled stem. Zig-zag pattern, probably early 20th century art deco period.
Condition: Beautiful clarity, one of the smaller ones has a tiny nick on the foot.
Set of 8 salad or dessert plates. 7 3/4 or 8 1/4 from corner to corner. Peach/pink pressed glass with nice deep reverse pattern of pineapple or onion.
Elegant glass from probably United States 1960s or 70s the style of old Boston Sandwich Glass.
Condition: No damage.
Venetial art glass by Tazzo Salviati. A small opalescent vase with everted and ruffled rim. Seahorse like rigaree handles. Raised on a lampwork dolphin stem, golden inclusions. Colored glass eyes.
6 7/8 inches tall to the highest point of the handles.
Condition: One of the handles is cracked and a bit of a chip in the same spot, the lower bead of the handle.
Early American clear pressed glass, circa 1900. Sharp zipper reeded and cut punties down the handle. I don't know that this is the correct stopper but it does fit.
7 1/2 inches with the stopper.