Victorian era flint glass pedestal comport having a star center design and curved, petal-shaped edges with scalloped rim. There are cut notches along the lines inside of the star, and a ribbed foot. Comport has crease, or fold, lines where the petals have been shaped to curve upward. Manufactured by George Davidson and Company. Made in England. Circa: 1897. Size: 4 5/8 inches tall; 8 inches wide. Condition: No noted chips or cracks.
Bristol Victorian art glass vase. Pretty, pink satin glass vase with hand painted white enamel flowers, green and orange leaves, and raised gold stems. Gold gilt trim. Beautiful designs! Blown vase; with pontil. Circa: 19th Century. Size: 7 3/4 inches tall; 2 7/8 inches wide. Condition: Very good. Inside could use a light cleaning.
Bristol Victorian art glass satin glass vase. Hand painted designs on white satin glass. Decorations consist of a wide, orange band at the shoulder with grey and white enamel trailing leaves. There are gold highlights within the leaves and dotting the vines. The orange band is bordered by gold bands, and the vase is adorned with eight gold bands in total. Below the orange painting is a lacy garland embellished with gold and white raised enamel dots, or beading. The center of the vase displays a charming design of draping, leafy garland with enamel beading. Vase has an open pontil. Made in England. Circa: 1880-1890's. Size: 11 1/2 inches tall; 3 7/8 inch wide base. Condition: Excellent. The inside, very bottom will need a cleaning.
7 inch Tall Yellow Satin Glass Vase with White Interior ** Bulbous with 3 1/2 inch Neck ** Square Top with Ruffled Folds ** One Slight Flaw Inside One Fold ** Beautifully Handpainted with Stork and Flowers ** Blown Glass ** Believed to be Mt. Washington Another quality collectible from Doris Stephan's Antiques & Collectibles
Victorian Satin Glass Footed Open Sugar. Impressed Florals and scroll work. Gold gilt still evident. Near mint, interior clean chip along scalloped edge. Lovely piece of Antique Victorian Satin Glass. Easy ship.