Vintage Glassare Pitcher, Kanawha, Hand Crafted. This lovely pitcher was made in the 1970's. It is 5 1/2 tall and approximately 4 wide. The interior is white glass, and the exterior is decorated in a bubbled rib pattern all around the outside of the pitcher's bottom half. There are three gold glass ropes running around the upper part, under the handle. The top is blown out on either side, with a spout in the middle exposing the lovely white interior. It is very beautiful and in excellent condition with a Kanawha Hand Crafted label.
12164. Book: Loetz Austria 1905-1918 by Waltraud Neuwirth. 1986. 400pp. 8vo 9.5x6.75. DJ over cloth and hard board cover. Introduction in German, English, French and Italian. Documentation in German. Book to go with an exhibition held in Austria 1986/7. Once again the superior colour photograpgs of this glass one expects from Dr. Neuwirth. each piece described with serial number, marking, height etc. Very good condition Necessary reference for any Loetz glass collector.
8002 This pair of Loetz marbled vases were done in the C1880's and this pair is marvelous in size and execution of the technique. I have been to the Bohemian glass museum where they have over 30,000 pieces of glass on display and I can assure you that they did not have an example of this technique on display that matched the size and beauty of this pair. The marbling layer of red and white is sandwiched between the inner opaque layer and outer clear glass layer and required great skill to achieve the effect and consistency in layers to have the glass be stable. Loetz and great marbling to these 20 inches high urn vases. 8 inches diameter. Perfect and original condition. Additional pictures item # 263, not duplicates of this pair. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for more great items.
7097 Loetz beautiful blue cratered iridescent small vase with lime green interior color. Condition is great. 5.5 inches high; about 3 inch diameter body; about 1 7/8 inch diameter base; 2 3/8 inch diameter rim flare.
Stunning Eastern style on this classically shaped vase semi opaque vase. Manley referenced by the Lagerbergs believes these were done by Hawkes of Dudley, England. Blanks from Storbridge or France. 8 3/4 high. 6 1/2 diameter. No this is not Stevens and Williams glass, but we do not have an English catagory.
1170.The iridescent oil spot style of decoration was produced so nicely by the Loetz and other Bohemian glass companies and when combined with this mold blown melon shape it creates a very naturalistic look to a vase. 4 3/8H, 4.25D base, 4D rim. 20.75 around center of melon shape. $375
1169.Loetz attribution on this 12.75 H hand blown vase with verre de sois iridescence and beautiful lime green colored applied threads. As usual some threads are broken, but it is not noticeable when used as a vase. 3.5 D base, 4 3/8 D rim. $375
1159.This is one of my favorite pieces. It has characteristics of Steuben, Loetz, and others. The color is a beautiful seaform pale green with mica inclusions. The handles are lovely twisted tendril shape applied in a stylistic fashion. Ground and polished pontil. This vase is 8.25 inch H with a 2.25 inch D base. It measures 13 5/8 inch around the center. $1500
1031 Green and brown enameling applied over a mold blown shape creates a very naturalistic effect on this crystal vase manufactured most probably in Bohemia Loetz. It measures 6 1/8H, 2 ¾D base, 4 ¾D opening. Pontil scar unpolished. $375
878. Etched Moser on bottom of this pair of lavender colored glass vases with cut panels for excellent optics. 3 15/16 inch H and 1.75 inch W opening and 1 inch D base. One has gold label, which reads First Quality . $250 each or $450. /pr. akeslingerantiques.com for fine artglass and Moser
Bohemian H/P Faux Cameo Pitcher. 5 7/8 inches High. 6 inches Wide Body. 2.5 inches Diameter Rim. This beautiful piece shows the pseudo look that could be achieved at greatly reduced cost which caused the demise of the extremely costly layered cameo glass pieces. Small chip on spout. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great artglass pieces.
Blue with white enamelling Faux cameo lamp. Rare, but shade is restored. Base is perfect. Lamp 16.5 inches high, 9.75 inches diameter base. Shade 7.5 inches diameter. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great artglass items.
EUROPEAN VASE PINK SHADING TO GREEN WITH RANDOM THREADING. GLASSMAKERS BOTH IN BOHEMIA AND ENGL AND USED THIS TECHNIQUE, ALTHOUGH THE ENGLISH VERSIONS USUALLY HAD AN INTERNAL LAYER OF SIVER FOIL. I THINK THIS LOVELY VASE IS BOHEMIAN. 10 5/8 inches HIGH. 5 inches DIAMETER. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great items.
263. Loetz and great marbling to these 20 inches high urn vases. 8 inches diameter. Perfect and original condition. c 1985. Truly beautiful, and rare to have a pair this size. Additional pictures item # 8002, not duplicates of this pair. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for more great items.
Moser or Stevens and Williams. Whichever this softly lilac colored, collared vase with swirled ribbed body and gently pinched in sides provide excellent optics to refract light. The collar is richly ornamented with gold rococo style pattern. 7 5/8 INCH high. 4.5 INCH rim. Signed in gold 1 / 4. Polished bottom. $450.
Brass Art Nouveau accents this green satin glass vase. Truly stunning. 9 3/4 high. 3 1/4 diameter wide. 2 1/2 diameter opening. One of the best Art Nouveau brass decorated pieces I've seen. Really stunning.
Ahhh, these are lovely h/p Bohemian champagne glasses. 7 5/8 high. 3 15/16 diameter rim. 3 diameter foot. One has Jonquils and the other has sunflowers I believe. I know glass better than individual flowers. $450.each x 2 or $850.PR
Quality crystal in these 6 wine glasses with h/p green leaf decor outlined in black around the center of the bowl. 8 inch high. 2 13/16 inch diameter top. 2 5/8 inch diameter foot. $45. each x 6= $270.
Bohenium iridescent beautifully shaped vase. 9 1/8 inches high. 4 inches wide. No pontil. Truly a nice addition to any iridescent glass collection. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great artglass.
Bohenium iridescent, deeply crackled surface glass with red base glass color. 8 3/8 inches high. 2 7/8 inches wide. 4 inches base diameter. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great artglass.
Must be Bohenium glass, but what a great reverse painted scene on this hinged, lidded box. Haida School might have made this great glass box.? 2 3/4 inches high. 5 1/4 inches wide diameter. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great pieces of artglass.
Don't you just love these cased melon ribbed flower holder vases? This one has three applied green vine like feet. Overall iridescence. 5 5/8 high with brass flower frog. 5 high without brass flower frog. 6 wide. $575. akeslingerantiques.com for artglass
Lovely almost patinated gray crystal body with applied amber handles and intaglio cut body and collar. Gold stenciling. French glass or Bohemian glass, what do you think? This glass has that wonderful sensual flowing quality. 4 1/2 inches high. 5 1/2 inches diameter. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great items.
This iridescent mold blown cased piece was supposedly from the Lagerberg collection. 7 inches wide; 5.75 inches high; 4.5 inches diameter at top of vase. Although it was sold as possibly Durand, I feel that it is Bohenium. Beautiful! Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great pieces of artglass.
Sage Green iridescence on amethyst base color makes this Bohenium rose bowl special with the unmelted solid inclusions creating a rocky appearing surface. The glass blower shaped the flaring opening gracefully. 4 1/4 high. 4 7/16 wide. 2 7/8 base. Ground pontil. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for other great artglass items.
Great ruby red rose bowl. Broken pontil. 5 1/4 inches high. 6 inches wide diameter. 2 5/8 inches top opening. Perhaps you can see the smooth quality of this rose bowl, but I wish you could feel it's wonderful surface. Visit http://akeslingerantiques.com for artglass