Martie Negri contemporary red, white and black flowers vase made by using thick milleflori also made by the artist. The vase is very interesting with the black & white daisies and red roses. It is in very good contain with no chips or cracks. The vase is artist signed and it is 10” high and 5-1/4” in diameter.
Oriental Jade with Selenium red threading at top lamp made by Frederick Carder Steuben ca 1925. This lamp has most of the original Crest bronze fittings and it is in good overall condition. There is some thread loss at the op of the glass lamp shaft. The lamp shape is line drawing no. 8412. The overall size is 25-1/2’ high and the base is 5-1/2” in diameter.
Beautiful example of Stevens & Williams “Silveria”, an art nouveau form of glass ca.1900. This glass was made by including silver foil between glass layers and then adding different colors and random threads to the exterior. It is a difficult technique to keep the silver intact and not oxidize in the hot glass. The vase is 6” x 7-3/4 x 4” diameter at the base. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks – there are two areas where the silver has oxidized in the process. The vase is signed in the script S&W. A similar vase was recently sold at Woody’s. This vase is available for inspection upon request.
1920’s Czech red machine threaded on clear glass cornucopia vase. The feet are a nice scroll shape. The overall dimensions are 7-3/8” high and 5-3/8” in diameter at the top. The vase is in overall good condition – however there are some minor chips to the top. This is not unusual for a cut off top which can be reground if desired.
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