Steuben glass decorated by Hawkes with atomizer by deVilbis although this one does not have the signature. The gold is very heavy on this piece indicating that this piece was handled very carefully during use. 9 ¾ inch high. 3 ½ inch diameter base. I have added pictures 4-8 attempting to show the difference between this one and another one I have listed for $850 with less gold. This one has the deepest amount of gold as appears not to have had any perfume in it as it is very clear inside and I didn't wash it.
This is definitely Steuben oriental orchid covered container in the Oriental Orchid color and technique. Please note the enhancing opal and amethyst applied flower on the lid. So fanciful. There is a minute 1/8inch x 1/8inch chip on inner aspect of rim on bottom piece. This is only visible in direct light on inner aspect or rim. 4 ¼ inchg high with lid. 2 ¼ inch high without lid. 4 9/16 inch wide diameter. RARE. The other one I had was smaller without the applied flower and had unsightly inclusions and sold at Early's for much more than this price.
Can this crystal vase which shades to blue so gradually be Boda. Whatever glass co did this, it is a lovely example of shaded crystal. Note the blue circular spot in the polished pontil. 8 3/8inch; high. 4 7/8inch; to 5 1/8inch; wide diameter. $250.
Yes another green cut to clear wine bowl with crystal stem and foot. 6 high. 3 diameter rim. 2 3/8 diameter foot. Note these are a different size than the previous example. Most prob Dorflinger $195. each Pair Available.
Signed Quezal 2 inch high bowl with 4 inch diameter slightly asymmetrical as is often the case with Quezal or Tiffany. You probably know that Quezals Martin Bach worked for Tiffany leaving to start his own company after he reportedly didn't receive the $1.00 a week pay increase he requested. Beautiful color and shape.