• 19th century Amethyst cut to clear scent bottle.   Rarely seen amethyst color in interesting pattern with repousse sterling cover, original stopper inside, 4 ¼” H x 1 ⅞” W, c.1860, scratches and minor flakes on edges commensurate with age, chip to bottom foot, overall very good condition.    
  • Devez cameo vase with unusual bird dog hunting scene.  Bird blind with gun discharging, duck in flight in background; in foreground bird dog is retrieving a fallen duck, all within a marchy landscape.  Signed in cameo “Devez” excellent condition, 6 ¼” H, c.1910.  
  • 9 cranberry overlay wine glasses.  Cranberry overlay bowls with gilt decoration, clear stems with zipper and faceted notch stem, and rayed base.  Hand blown lead crystal from one of the great glass houses of Europe, c.1920, in excellent condition, 6 ¾” , unsigned.
  • Set 12 Moser Verde wine glasses with heavy gilt decoration.  Applied prunts at knob stem with graduated step foot and stem, light rubbing to gilt at bottom on most glasses, two glasses have a small chip to base - one inside, one on outside of other,  otherwise all in very good condition, 6 ⅞” H, c.1900.
  • La Verre Francais art deco dandelion vase.  Internally decorated ground of purple, and lavender, with overlay of burnt orange, tortoise, and plum.  A very striking example of Charles Schneiders La Verre Francais, signed with applied ribbon of inlaid glass,  10 ¼” H x 8 ½” W. Dandelion decoration with arrowroot leaves, very good condition.  
  • Good pair of 12” Steuben blue aurene taper twist candlesticks.  Strong blue color with pink highlights signed “Aurene 686”, very good condition.  
  • Large green pastel Tiffany center bowl with bronze dore base.  Honeycomb design with a great iridescent surface, excellent condition having a dramatic appearance when viewed first hand 12” W x 4 ½” H, excellent condition. Bronze dore bse signed Louis C. Tiffany Inc. with impressed logo, c.1910.  
  • 7 Loebmeyer enameled light green Rhine wine glasses.  Gold enamel decoration of vintage pattern grapes, vines, and leaves.  Delicate hand blown lead crystal with hand applied decoration. 6” H, c.1910, very good condition, 1 with small flake to underside of foot, unsigned.  
  • Iridescent Loetz type inkwell.  Green glass ground with raised ribs, gilt brass lid with clear glass insert.  Silvery blue with pink highlights give a pleasant overall glow to the surface.  3 ¾” H x 4 ¾” W, c.1900, very good condition, small chips to inkwell insert.