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102312-4/RL-425 This is a French Paris cameo vase, Le Verre Francais, a division of Schneider glass. The date is circa 1925 to 1927. The pattern is called Epinette, which is a type of evergreen shrub or tree. The vase is signed Le Verre Francais on one side on the foot, acid-etched, and the candy cane mark is on the other side of the top of the foot, except that the colored glass is no longer there; the candy cane mark is another mark used by the company to identify their glass, used on some pieces, but not
This beautiful art glass vase was made by Emile Galle Circa 1900. It measures 2 1/4" tall - 3" in diameter. It is orange over mate white & clear. The pattern is berries, vines and leaves. The signature is pictured. It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Galle was the greatest artist in glass of the Art Nouveau. These small vases are hard to come by especially in this condition.
The Fenton Art Glass Company, founded in 1905 by brothers Frank L. and John W. Fenton, has been continually producing quality art glass products for more than 100 years, and until recently was the largest manufacturer of handmade colored glass in the United States. This stunning limited edition, hand-crafted cameo carved vase by Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp is done in Fenton's aubergine and white cased glass, and depicts an undulating climbing vine of Clematis blooms and leaves. Condition is excellent,
030313-2/RL-537 This may be one of the prettiest pieces of glass I've ever been privileged to sell. Please look at all of the photos with care. I photographed the vase in front of a light as that is how the glassmaker made the glass, to have light shining through it. The vase is a French cameo art glass rose bowl vase. The glassmaker is Daum Freres & Cie, or known as Daum Nancy. The age is circa 1904. The vase is signed twice, however the second signature is visible only in daylight with a magnifying glass,
Really nice cameo glass stick vase by Emile Galle, circa 1900. This one is a smaller version, at 6 1/4" tall; the bottom of the foot is 1 1/2" in diameter, and the vase mouth is 3/4" in diameter. Colors are beautiful -multi -colored green cameo leaves on a frosted ground of amber and peach colors. Signature is in cameo as pictured. Other than a few very small internal bubbles, the vase is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks. One tiny shiny area on the base area, and 2 pinpoint sized nicks
Here is a strikingly beautiful Peking glass cameo art glass vase depicting butterflies in relief hovering over orange flowers with brown leaves on a frosted white and orange background. This dramatic vase is approx. 8" tall, 2 3/4" wide at the mouth and is in excellent condition with the exception of some tiny white specks scattered around. We are happy to accept lay-a-ways! We require a non-refundable deposit of 25% within 10 days, and the balance to be paid in full within 30-60 days. We always combine
090609-2/RL-366 This is a French art glass vase, signed as Mont Joye, a signature used by Cristallerie de Patin or Legras & Cie, which is part of the glass companies located in St. Denis, near Paris. The date of the mark is defined in the book by Carolus Harmann, "Gasmarken Lexikon", on page 204, as being circa 1900. A further discussion of Legras & Cie can be found on page 688, with the identification of the mark as being part of Patin - Legras. The vase is about 7 " high and about 5 " wide at the belly.
Bohemian Kralik art glass white cut to vaseline hand carved cameo vase, 5 1/4" h. The cameo vase was made by Kralik of Bohemia circa 1890 - 1910 and measures 3 1/4 inches in diameter and 5 1/4 inches in height. The yellow casing glows brilliantly under black light. The vase is hand cut rather than acid cut. Note the pencil marks on the base, they are Kralik factory marks; workman's marks not artist signatures. The item is in excellent shape and has no damage.
Great piece of Harrach cameo glass with white cut to green. Very fine design and condition. Cut grapevine, grapes and leaves in detail. No chips, cracks or repairs....measures about 7 5/8" tall and is 3 1/2" diameter. Harrach was a major competitor of Moser and Lobmeyr in the 19th century. Excellent for display!
This is a stunning blown glass vase, made by Legras in the late 19th to early 20th century. It has a raised green leaves design over an amber translucent ground. This effect is produced by the acid cut-back cameo technique employed by Legras. August J.F. Legras worked in Saint-Denis, France for more than 50 years. He produced acid-cut back cameo wares like this one from the late 19th to early 20th century. This thick blown glass piece features a lovely array of dark green and amber tones. On the bottom you
A Gorgeous work of art in glass by internationally known artist Marialyce Hawke. Cut cameo three hummingbirds and grape design vase in iridescent aurene and white on seafoam green. Cobalt blue rim. Iridescent blue base. White interior. White "Hawke" signature cane. Rough pontil. 8 1/2" tall. An earlier piece. Excellent condition. A wonder to have and behold! For more information look up Marialyce Hawke online. Client list includes The House of Windsor, three Presidents, Madonna, etc.
Here is an unique French cameo glass art glass vase. This vase features acid cut back cameo floral and leaf design. The vase shades from deep amethyst at the bottom, gradually lightening to a frosted clear at the top. The stems and leaves are tan, with flowers in green, red, purple. The marquetry process was used in the application of these flowers. The vase stands 6" tall, and measures 4 1/4" wide and 3 3/8" deep. I do not believe this to be a period piece (1890-1920). This vase is definitely hand made,
I think this is a great piece and I love the art nouveau cameo floral cutting. Measures about 6 1/4" diameter and about 5 1/4" tall. Flowing cut decorations with icicle top rim border. There is a small chip to the rim, another spot on the rim that is most likely manufactured, and a small dark inclusion all as photographed and mentioned for perfection. Fully marked on base as shown.
A timeless pair of Legras cameo glass enameled winter lake scene vases. This matching pair of vases was created by Auguste Legras in St. Denis, France sometime in the early 1900s. Legras began making glass wares in the mid 1860s and specialized in stunning works such as these vases. This pair is composed of a cameo glass with a lovely textured enameling which creates a unique winter scene of snow capped trees, lake, and grass. The top has a beautiful pink tone and the rim of the vases is accented by a gold
Vintage Cameo Glass Art Vase by the French La Rochere, mid 20th century, featuring Iris Flowers and Butterflies in an Amethyst or Purplish coloration. Measures 9 1/4" tall and is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, or repairs.
This is a cute little example of French cameo glass. This unusual vase dates to the late 1800's or early 1900's. It was produced by Touvier. The color is a deep burgundy, accented with gold trim. The design features grapes and leaves hanging on the vine. A substantial amount of work went into this example, between the textured background and the fire polishing. The vase stands 4 1/4" tall and measures 2 1/2" across. There is one pinpoint flake on the top rim of the vase. Otherwise, there are no other
Galle cameo stick vase 11 1/2" or 29.2cm tall x 4 1/2" or 11.4cm cameo vase with an Alpine Landscape. Manufactory of Emile Galle France, Nancy beween 1907 and 1914. Four-layered glass: orange, blue, green and brown; mould-blown, etched, polished rounded top and matted upper section.This special vase is signed in the cameo and personally signed on bottom - E Galle' Nancy. I assume this was really signed by a worker but I have no proof who's signature it really is.Please note that the colors shown in
Circa 1900. Lovely cased and carved "cameo glass" vase. Delicately rendered in white, which fades to first pink and then peach on the body with a Victorian floral design in white enamel over all. Signed, "Lace Art Cameo" with the number 21 hand written on the base and a small half-moon impressed next to the number. Fine condition with only some minor loss to the enameling around the very top. 7 3/4" tall x 3 1/2" wide. Price $375.
Unique sculpture floral motif. Victorian mouth blown art glass. 5.5 in. Dia. x 10 in. H Inspired by the prolific artist emile galle, who was right at the forefront of the French art nouveau design movement. The mouth blown red and purple glass is hand carved into layers at various depths, resulting in a superb combination of vivid colors and an embossed design.
120712-1/RL-475 This is a French art glass vase for the glass collectors as the glassmaker is F. Galys, rarely found because the maker was in business for just a few brief years sometime between 1910 and 1920. Production was limited and examples of the glassmaker's work are rarely seen. Galys produced cameo glass. The signature is on the front of the vase, in black, above the foot and can be seen clearly in the first three photos. The vase is 6 " high and 2 3/8" wide at the bottom of the foot. The shape is
Cameo Glass Vase, Signed Zoltan Acs [5150B ] $240 .00 Description : Cameo Glass Vase handcrafted by Hungarian artist Zoltan Acs. Decorated with birds, branches, berries and leaves. Beautiful piece of handcrafted art glass . Measurements : 4.5in h x 3.25in w Artist: Zoltan Acs
This is a vintage art glass vase by Val St Lambert. The vase has an overall red color with an acid etched cameo band near the top. The bottom has arched cuts. The rim has semi-circular designs. The cameo glass has scenes of chariots with a decorative frosted background. The bottom is a clear glass. No makers mark. SIZE: The vase is 10" tall CONDITION: Great condition - Please note there is a small flake on the outside of the rim (hard to photograph). Some light scratches to the bottom glass
Hephaestus Books 9781243990501 Articles on Glass Art, Including: Cameo (Carving), Glassblowing, Art Glass, Steuben Glass Works, Vitreous Enamel, Studio Glass, Vase, Chandelier, Wate Description Hephaestus Books represents a new publishing paradigm, allowing disparate content sources to be curated into cohesive, relevant, and informative books. To date, this content has been curated from Wikipedia articles and images under Creative Commons licensing, although as Hephaestus Books continues to inc
Emile Gallé Chalice Shaped Cameo Vase This shape is not often found with Gallé cameo glass. It is an elegant footed chalice shape. The bowl of the vase starts with a ground of white extending to green and then deep pink to the top rim. The cameo décor of orchids is highly defined in the deep brown which stems from the base where the foliage eventually turns bright green. The entire cameo is fire polished. This piece is dated c. 1900. Dimensions: Approximately 19 cm (7 ½ in) tall. Signature: "Gallé" in
This is a fabulous and imposing Galle cameo vase. The decor which surrounds the vase intricately displays apple blossoms. The colours of the cameo are outstanding and extend from deep brown to bright pink all on a white and citron yellow base. The pattern is finished by fire polishing. This piece is dated c. 1900. Dimensions: Approximately 28 cm (11 in) height. Signature: "Galle" in cameo. Condition: Excellent. No chips, cracks or repairs. Some wear consistent with age. Reference: This pattern is shown in
>> Phoenix Glass Vase Vintage Art Sculpture /images /IMG _6856 .jpg Phoenix Glass Vase Vintage Art Sculpture Beautiful round "Art Sculptured Ware" vase by Phoenix Glass Co.. I believe this vase was made using the "Sculpted Cameo" process (one of 4 processes used by the Phoenix Glass Co.). This piece has raised white translucent flowers on a light gray background . The vase measure 7 1/2" high and has original label (partial) on bottom. The vase is in good condition however there is a slight mold
The Fenton Art Glass Company, founded in 1905 by brothers Frank L. and John W. Fenton, has been continually producing quality art glass products for more than 100 years, and until recently was the largest manufacturer of handmade colored glass in the United States. This stunning limited edition, handcrafted cameo carved Amphora-style vase by Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp is done in Fenton's azure and white cased glass, and depicts a regal Heron wading amidst cattails and marsh grasses. Includes a
Cameo Flower Vase. Features a unique sculptured floral motif in layered art glass. The mouth blown red & purple glass is hand carved into layers at various depths. Combination of vivid colors and an embossed design. Note: Due to natural variations in stained glass, shade colors may vary. See Advanced Spec Sheet. Dimension: 5.5" W x 10" H </ul>
022313-3/RL-534 This is a Bohemian art glass vase, frosted white satin glass, decorated with gold enamel and a cameo face. The date is the 19th century, circa 1890. The shape is tall and slender, on a round pedestal foot, and a tapered neck that flares into the mouth. The vase is 10" high and 2 7/8" wide at the foot. The front of the vase is decorated with a gold design in raised gold enamel. There is a carved face of a female face in profile, perhaps a figure from Greek mythology, and the female face
Cameo Gallery Collection design by Kelsey Murhpy and Robert Bomkamp SB068CJ 9'' Vase in Aubergine; Limited to 75 pieces Originally included in the 2009 Cameo Gallery Collection, this beautiful 9" vase is made of Aubergine cased in Milk Glass. The vase is called Climbing and features a lush floral design. On the bottom of each vase is the word Climbing , the Fenton Script F USA logo, the signatures of Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp, and the number of the piece. Limited to 75 pieces . These vases are part