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The "Line 700" line was originally called Martelé Line 700. This design debuted as part of the 1926 Martelé line. The design of vines and flowers was without a doubt inspired by Lalique's Sauterelle (Grasshopper) vase. The design minus the grasshoppers is on two vases in the original 1926 Martelé line: a 7" vase and a 10" vase. Consolidated expanded the design into its own line and introduced it to the glass trade in January 1929. If was offered in "jade, powder blue, honey, and crystal in a full line of flatware, bowls, and vases of various sizes." (Wilson page 60). According to Wilson, certain finishes on the 7" and 10" vases are hard to find including satin black, bright ruby red, matte red, and finishes on a custard glass base. Only the vases were made in these colors.


Here you have the #712 10 ounce goblet which has been turned into a "fan" vase by stretching the top rim while it was hot. The fan vase is shown in the original catalogue (page 126 Wilson) as #702, standing 6 1/2 inches tall.


It is in excellent condition. Add it to your Art Deco glass or Consolidated glass collection today.  This Consolidated cased turquoise blue glossy finish Overlapping Shell pepper shaker was made between 1894 - 1898. This pattern is among those started while Consolidated was still in Fostoria, Ohio prior to their move to Pennsylvania.  Excellent overall condition. 


It stands 3 inches tall and is considered by Lechner as very scarce overall. It is even more scarce in the cased colors. In my opinion, the turquoise or dark blue is the second easiest of all the cased colors in early Consolidated.


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I am a long time member of the Phoenix & Consolidated Glass Collectors Club and past President (1988) of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Club. I guarantee the authenticity of this piece of Consolidated Glass. For more info on toothpick holders as a great collectible, visit the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Society web page at (www.nthcs.org)  Shown in the 1929 catalog reprint on page 32 and page 34 of Jack Wilson's 1989 book, this is the #1114 4 1/2 inch wide mayonnaise bowl in the yellow wash color, sometimes called honey by collectors. These hard to find bowls feature the swirls and uneven hand tooled rims that make this line so distinctive.


The Catalonian line was made from 1927 to most likely 1932 when the plant closed. It is not known if all items were continued in the line after the plant reopened in March 1936. 


It is in excellent condition. Add it to your Art Deco or Consolidated glass collection today. It is in excellent condition with a good wash on it.


Find out more about collecting Phoenix and Consolidated Glass at our club website: www.pcgcc.org. There is an excellent powerpoint on Catalonian there.  Shown in the 1929 catalog reprint on page 32 and page 34 of Jack Wilson's 1989 book, this is the #1114 4 1/2 inch wide mayonnaise bowl in the yellow wash color, sometimes called honey by collectors. These hard to find bowls feature the swirls and uneven hand tooled rims that make this line so distinctive.


The Catalonian line was made from 1927 to most likely 1932 when the plant closed. It is not known if all items were continued in the line after the plant reopened in March 1936. 


It is in excellent condition. Add it to your Art Deco or Consolidated glass collection today. It is in excellent condition with a good wash on it.


Find out more about collecting Phoenix and Consolidated Glass at our club website: www.pcgcc.org. There is an excellent powerpoint on Catalonian there.

Consolidated Glass Line 700 blue wash va $150.00

 

Consolidated blue Overlapping Shell salt $80.00

 

Consolidated Catalonian 1114 mayo bowl $15.00

 

Consolidated Catalonian 1114 mayo bowl $15.00

The Catalonian line was introduced in January 1927. I was referred to as "The Glass of Old Spain." The patent for this unique type of glass listed it as "blister or bubble" glass. It was Consolidated's best selling line of glass at the time.


It comes in clear colors of Crystal, Emerald Green, and Spanish Rose pink.  The "soft" colors are produced by adding a transparent color wash to the glass.  The colors are known as Honey (yellow), Amethyst (purple), and Jade (soft green).  In the 1940s a cranberry overall wash was also used, along with different bands of color on clear. The most desired effect is called Rainbow.


Shown in the 1930-31 catalog reprint on page 50 of Monograph #124 done by the West Virginia Museum of American Glas,  this is the #1167 3-side Pinch Bottle shape of the Art Deco Catalonian line by Consolidated Glass. It is listed as the 3-side Pinch Bottle Vase (Spanish Knobs) It stands 6 1/4 inches tall and measures 4 1/2 inches wide at the base.  It is in excellent condition.


What is very desirable about this piece of Catalonian glass is that it retains a partial original paper label on its base.  


Add it to your Consolidated Catalonian, Spanish Knobs, American Art Deco glass today.  Made between 1894 - 1900, this Palm Leaf pattern is among those started while Consolidated was still in Fostoria, Ohio prior to their move to Pennsylvania. Excellent overall condition. 


Though the Palm Leaf pattern is well illustrated in the toothpick shape, I didn't find it listed in Lechner's book.  It is shown as Leaf, Palm in the Peterson book on page 32. 


This Consolidated roseblush or pink variegated Palm Leaf salt shaker stands 2 1/2 inches tall. 


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I am a long time member of the Phoenix & Consolidated Glass Collectors Club and past President (1988) of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Club. I guarantee the authenticity of this piece of Consolidated Glass. For more info on toothpick holders as a great collectible, visit the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Society web page at (www.nthcs.org)

 Produced as part of the Dancing Nymphs line by the Consolidated Glass Company, the #3094 sherbet was introduced when the line of 8 inch ceramic was plates was expanded into a full luncheon set. There is a 1939 catlog showing the line on page 144 of the Wilson book. 


The sherbet stands 3 3/4 inches tall and has 12 female nudes on it. This example is the white ceramic wash treatment in which the ceramic wash was removed from the figures to leave them clear. 


The sherbet is shown on page 85 of Jack Wilson's 1989 book as plates 434. At that time, he valued a goblet at $35. 


They are harder to find than the 8 inch plates and fan vases in this pattern.


More info on the glass produced by Consolidated can be found at www.pcgcc.org. You can find an application there to join the Phoenix & Consolidated Glass Collector Club there too.  This Consolidated blue opaque Panelled Shell pepper shaker was made between 1894 - 1898.  This pattern is among those started while Consolidated was still in Fostoria, Ohio prior to their move to Pennsylvania. As Lechner states in his Salt Shaker book (second edition) on page 48, this motif consists of four large, embossed shells completely covering the shaker. He rates it as very scarce. Excellent overall condition. 



It stands 3 inches tall and is considered by Lechner as very scarce.  It is very scarce as well in the cased colors.


Find out more about collecting Phoenix and Consolidated Glass at our club website: www.pcgcc.org



I am a long time member of the Phoenix & Consolidated Glass Collectors Club and past President (1988) of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Club. I guarantee the authenticity of this piece of Consolidated Glass. For more info on toothpick holders as a great collectible, visit the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Society web page at (www.nthcs.org)

Consolidated Catalonian honey pinch vase $75.00

 

Consolidated roseblush Palm Leaf salt sh $50.00

 

Consolidated Dancing Nymphs #3094 sherbe $65.00

 

Consolidated blue Panelled Shell shaker $30.00

Made between 1894 - 1900, this Guttate pattern is among those started while Consolidated was still in Fostoria, Ohio prior to their move to Pennsylvania. Excellent overall condition. 


This pattern was made in the 1896-1900 era. It is shown on page 46 of the Lechner Volume 2 book. It is in excellent condition. Standard roughness on the neck under the original metal lid. What is very very unusual about this particular shaker is that the upper portion of the shaker is somewhat translucent, creating an interesting opalescent effect which I have not yet seen on another example.


Buy it for your antique glass salt shaker or early Consolidated collection today.


Find out more about collecting Phoenix and Consolidated Glass at our club website: www.pcgcc.org



I am a long time member of the Phoenix & Consolidated Glass Collectors Club and past President (1988) of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Club. I guarantee the authenticity of this piece of Consolidated Glass. For more info on toothpick holders as a great collectible, visit the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Society web page at (www.nthcs.org)  Produced by the Consolidated Glass Company of Coraopolis, PA as part of the iconic Art Deco line called Catalonian, this is the large10 inch tall Line 700 vase in the Reuben Blue finish. It is stunning.


I purchased this vase at 2002 10th Annual Phoenix & Consolidated Glass Collectors Club convention. It is time to pass it on to a fellow Consolidated glass collector.


Add it to your Consolidated glass or American Art Deco glass collection today.  Ruba rombic smoky topaz 6' vase purchased at PCGCC convention auction. Excellent condition.   

Consolidated Guttate pink variegated sha $60.00

 

Consolidated Line 700 Reuben Blue vase $600.00

 

Ruba rombic smoky topaz 6 inch vase $800.00

  



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