Amazing two color combination of a vintage topaz/clear turtle from ExBor, Czechoslovakia from the 1960s. The shell of the turtle features many facet cut panels, appears dark in color but becomes very much lighter when exposed to light.. even has two small slits on the head for eyes! It measures 6 long head to tail, 2-3/4 high at head and 2-1/2 high at shell. This vintage Czech glass turtle is stamped on base: ExBor - Czechoslovakia - with an acid etched stamp - a trademark filed June 26, 1962. There are a very few light scratches on base from being displayed on a shelf. No cracks, chips, nicks or repairs. . A stunning piece creating an amazing color effect, in wonderful condition!
Vintage Rogaska Crystal Paneled or Column Pattern Pair of Tall Candle Holders. Made by Rogaska in Yugoslovia, this pair features a beautiful six sided column or paneled pattern with a star base. Rogaska is well known for their quality crystal pieces. These candle holders are 10 inches tall and about 3 3/8 inches across the base. Both in excellent condition, no chips and no signs of use. Please see our other listings for additional pieces of Rogaska as well as other fine crystal.
Moser Cranberry Vase ** Stippled Cranberry Overlay on Clear Glass with All Over Hand Painted Gold Flowers and Leaves ** Hand Blown ** 7 3/4 inches Tall ** 5 inches Diameter ** A Collectors Dream Another quality collectible from Doris Stephan's Antiques & Collectibles
Moser Cut Glass Bottle with a Wick ** Beautiful Cut Panels with a 16 Point Shooting Star Cut on Bottom ** Shading from Clear to a Beautiful Emerald Green Color ** Has Brass Fittings ** Stunning and in Mint Condition Another quality collectible from Doris Stephan's Antiques & Collectibles
Bohemia cut crystal cruet with stopper. Beautiful, rich amber color with cut designs of a flying duck, pond grass, and a tree. Handle is more of a yellow amber. Cruet is accented with gold trim, and has a polished pontil. Original foil label intact. Made in Czechoslovakia. Size: 5 1/4 inches tall to rim; or 6 5/8 inches to top of stopper. Condition: Excellent.
Here is an exquisite and unusual Bohemian ruby red cut to clear decanter. The neck is cut with panels while the body is etched with turkey, grapes and grape wines and leaves. The decanter mearuses 15 1/4 inches tall to top of stopper and approx, 3 1/4 inches diameter across the base, and is in excellent condition. Etching includes Thanksgiving 1973. Buyer to pay exact postage and insurance.
Wine Goblet By Schott, Zwiesel Of Germany, C. 1970
Wine goblet by Schott, Zwiesel of Germany, c. 1970. Original label. 3 inches x 4.5 in mint condition. Grapes & vine wheel-engraved pattern on crystal cup, ringed stem in green, gold rim in perfect condition. Acquired in Germany in 1971.
Attributed to German manufacture, this 3-way pinch-type bottle is 8.25 inches x 5, clear crystal with an intricate weel engraving of birds and foliage. No stopper (designed for cork stopper). Very attractive, in excellent condition.
mottled purple interior glass w/clear iridized outer cased layer, reticulated Jugenstil influenced iron collar, ground top edge, no pontil, perfect except tiny burst bubble on inside top edge, no markings
Depression Era: Czech Perfume Bottle With Sterling Salt Top
Originally made in Czechoslovakia in 1920-30's era, this clear ; height with lid is 3 ¾ . There is a manufacturer ground base 1 chip at the base & a few small nicks. The lid is slightly depressed on one side, but it has a very elegant sterling design in its own right. Buyer to pay for shipping by USPS Priority with Delivery Confirmation, 1 lbs. from 06068. #436
Here is a beautiful matched pair of vases with white enamel Mary Gregory style hand-painted children. Emerald green glass with four gold bands. These vases stand 8 1/2 tall, and are in mint condition, with no chips or cracks. Unmarked, but painting style matches other Bohemian/Czechoslovakian vases. Price is for pair.
Great piece of Bohemian - Czechoslovakia art glass from Loetz. Their Rusticana line was inspired by the various Art Nouveau tree bark motifs at the turn of the century. Many of the pieces were designed by Christopher Dresser in the late 1890's. This squatty bowl with ruffled rim is in perfect condition. Bowl measures almost 6 1/2 inches in diameter at it's widest part, and is about 4 1/2 inches tall. Gorgeous reflections of purple, pink, gold and more make this a joy to own and display.
12498. Book: Bohmisches Glas Phanomen Europaischer Kultur 1700-1950 at the Passauer Glasmuseum. Wilder Mann Am Rathausplatz. Ein Unternehman der Rotel Tours-Des Rollende Hotel. 1993. 117pp. 8vo 8.5x6. Spiral bound paper and plastic cover.
8518) This selenium red miniature vase with lovely fresh floral engraved in glass and accented with gold has paper label Arcadia hand made in Czech. It is 4.25 inches high; 1 7/8 inches diameter rim. Minor rim chip so it is only $65
8512 Super soft elegance defines these blue sherbets probably of Bohemian origin, but could be Pairpoint Glass Co.. The blue is cased inside clear glass and appears very silky. The stem and foot are black glass, so very Art Deco in color. I have 8 although 4 seem to have been made of a different batch of glass for the color of those 4 have a slightly more teal cast even though the pictures don't show it. 3.25 inches high; 3 7/8 inches diameter bowl. $75 each.
7059 Bohemian cobalt honeycomb paperweight. Beautiful. About 4.5 inches high and in diameter. Cobalt beehive cone is highlighted with concentric circles of internal bubbles. Condition is excellent as shown.
Nice piece of orange cased glass marked on the bottom with the Made in Czechoslovakia in a circle mark. This item is documented on page 12 of the Made in Czechechoslovakia reference guide by Ruth Forsythe, (1982 printing) and dates between 1918 and 1938. The vase is 9 1/2 tall. The decoration was originally silver and black, although a good amount of the silver has been worn. a graceful piece standing 1/2 tall.
One could not find a more perfect example of the glass blower's art then this perfectly symmetrical bottle and stopper. At first glance it appears to be a piece of clambroth, but it is not. The glass has many miniscule white flecks throughout. It has a double ground and polished pontil and the base has the remnants of a number painted on in gold. Originally there was gold trim at the base and also on all of the rims but much of it has worn off with time. It is smooth as silk and a joy to handle. We estimate it to be from the late 1800's. It's not a real showy piece, but is attractive in it's simplicity.
Here is a lovely pair of 14 shelf supports in a not-quite cobalt blue. They are hand blown and formed with ground and polished pontils and each is acid marked CZECHOSLOVAKIA . When new, they had, pardon the expression, a silver lining, some of which is now gone, but no matter, they are still impressive in their height and style. Because they are hand made, there are variations in the glass. The base is 4 1/4 at the widest point and has 6 pointed feet. There are no chips, cracks or other damage other than the missing silver as mentioned above. They could be used as vases for dried florals or regular vases if the remaining lining was removed. The mark dates these to the 1930 s, possibly earlier. . .