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GORGEOUS PAIR OF CARTIER CRYSTAL UNICORNS

These two really sparkle.  From the prestigious Isabel Mott sale, founders of Mott College, Flint, MI, these two hand blown beauties were purchased for a fraction of their retail price.  Cartier's last price was over $1,500 a piece.  Each signed Cartier.

sold !

 

PALLME KOENIG & HABE BOHEMIAN PINCHED AND APPLIED  3 HANDLE VASE

  A trefoil shaped vase, in a light cranberry with applied threading and three applied handles and three dimples on the side is 7 1/4” tall and 4 12” wide.  It is circa 1902 and unsigned. 

 

SOLD !

 

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APPLIED MILLEFIORE VASE SIGNED GALLE

 An internally decorated caramel color blauster style 11”h. x 6 1/2" w. vase with pulled brown streaks spiraling to the top.  The lower part of the base, decorated in heavy browns.  It has many applied millifiore flowers of different design applied to the outside of the vase.  The vase bears the raised inscription “Crystalliere de Emile Galle, Nancy”, “De’pose’” within a cloverleaf.  It also has a vertical Japanese-style script inscription “Galle’ ”. We do not believe this to be an authentic Galle vase, although the signature on the bottom was definitely done in the making.  Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs.  Still a fabulous large and beautiful vase.  It is priced accordingly

SOLD !

lotton1.jpg (18352 bytes) CHARLES LOTTON IRIDESCENT MULTI-FLORA VASE

A gorgeous lavender vase with decorations in silver, blue and green multi-floral.  9 1/2" h. x 6 1/2" w. and 3 1/2" at the mouth.  It is signed "Charles Lotton 1992" and "Multi-Flora" on the lower edge.  It is in perfect condition, purchased directly from the artist.

$950 USD

AURENE VASE WITH APPLIED  HANDLES 

A wonderful example of Aurene yellow glass with two raised applied handles.  The vase is 6” high and 5” wide and is signed with the Steuben Fleur-de-lis mark on the bottom, however we do not believe it to be Steuben.  It is in perfect with no chips cracks or repairs, and is priced accordingly.

$375 USD

lotlavblu.jpg (22944 bytes) CHARLES LOTTON IRIDESCENT EARLY LAVA VASE

A fabulous early example of Charles Lotton's Lava vases, inspired by the creations of Tiffany Studios.  Emulating the original colors and drippings, these vases were done as a result of a request by Lillian Nassau.  It is  5 1/4" h. x 6" w. and is signed "Lotton" 1973.  It is in perfect condition.

SOLD!
orreff.jpg (19684 bytes) EDOAURD HALD ORREFORS AQUARIUM PAPERWEIGHT VASE

Extremely HEAVY and THICK Orrefors vase featuring fish and other sealife in maroon decoration, incased in clear glass.  This particular color is more desirable and more rare than others.  It is 5" h. x 6" w.  It is signed "Edouard Hald" "Graalin" and 1954K on the bottom.  It is in perfect condition

$750 USD
lotlavred.jpg (22750 bytes) CHARLES LOTTON IRIDESCENT SELENIUM LAVA VASE

A rich selenium red, the hardest colors to make, with bright gold lava drippings, with a scrolled and split top. An exceptional example of Charles Lotton's Lava vases, inspired by the creations of Tiffany Studios.   It is  8" h. x 5 1/2" w. and is signed "Charles Lotton" 1994.  It is in perfect condition.  Purchased directly from the artist.

 

$875 USD
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HUGE ART NOUVEAU IRIDESCENT BLOWN OUT VASE IN METAL MOUNT 

A very heavy and large vase blown into an intricate and ornate Art Nouveau bronze stand.   Thefuschia iridescence is incredible.  It stands an impressive 11" h. x 4" w., with the metal base extending to a full 8" w.  It has, at some point been signed "L.C. Tiffany" near the lower edge of the vase.  The glass is too thick and heavy to be Tiffany, and is most probably Austrian.  The base has an indistinct foundry mark that looks like a tulip.  I'm sure someone knows whose mark it is.  A fabulous chance to buy a  HUGE piece of Art Nouveau at a great price!

 

 

$950 USD

 

 

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