This is a vintage Akro Agate slag glass vase/toothpick holder in a beautiful orange and white swirl. This "hand vase" measures 3 1/4 inches tall and is marked with "766" and the "akro crow" mark. It is in excellent condition, with the exception of a small, shallow chip on the underside of the base. The Akro Agate company was in business from 1911 - 1949.
A mint condition Westmoreland Purple 'Marble' or 'slag' Glass footed vase in the 'Swirl and Ball' pattern. Marked "WG" to the base. Marble is the name Westmoreland used for their 'slag' or swirl glass colors. This vase was introduced in both Purple and Green Marble colors in 1972 as 'incidental' with some limited edition production of special carnival versions of the vase for Levay. The purple marble effects are in balance with neither color dominating and the marbling is not overly uniform, holding
A very lovely piece of old slag glass for children. This piece was crafted by the Vogue Merc. Company based out of New York City. This piece is made out of a fine slag glass that has marbled tones of pumpkin, yellow, pink, and white swirled into an akro agate style so popular amongst depression glass collectors. This piece has a middle section making it a tiny vase which could hold a child's tiny play things or play flowers and the bottom is signed "N.Y.C. Vogue Merc. Co. U.S.A.". This piece measures 3 1/4"
This beautifully made vase is by well regarded Michigan glass artist Frederick Warren. The main color is a shade of oxblood so deep that it appears deep brown. The slag effect runs around the body between upward pulls. Vase is about 5-1/2" high. Signature is present on the underside and condition is excellent.
The Imperial Glass Company was founded in 1901 by Edward Muhleman, with production beginning in 1904. The handmade glasswares were sold worldwide and were usually made of pressed glass patterns. The factory located at 29th Street was labeled as one of the largest glass factories under one roof. The company's most famous product is their "Candlewick" series, which even has a street named for it in Bellaire. Also, they made many products using carnival and slag glass. The company hit rough times in the early
This pale blue/green slag vase also has a purple slag color running thru it. This vase is not smooth to the touch. When you run you fingers across you can feel various panels. Thru research this glass has been attributed to Bournique Glass Co. of Kokomo, Ind. and was made C. 1913. Company was originally from New Rochelle and moved to Kokomo. Bournique Glass Company was known for quality glass. Height is 10 3/4 inches. This vase is not dense as most slag pieces. This vase has a translucence quality like
A vintage art glass lady's hat featuring a slag glass caramel color. We find white, tan and clear glass for top and brim. The artist has embellished this with black at the rim and trimmed with an elaborate white glass bow. Although unmarked, Murano Art Glass was known for their hat designs in the mid 1950s from their then current artist Venini. Measuring 10 inches long and over 5 inches high, this can set on brim or top. The top has a flattened spot for this purpose. There is absolutely no damage to this!
The Akro Agate Company perhaps the best known of the marble manufacturers and certainly the most prolific during most of their career was formed in 1910 in Akron Ohio by George T. Rankin and Gilbert C. Marsh. The 1930s saw some troubles for Akro Agate as
This is a lovely antique blue milk glass ruffled brim hat shaped 'whimsy' vase. It is a gorgeous shade of sKy blue with a bit of white slag glass swirled throughout and a white tipped top rim. This pretty blue opaque glass was blown into a three part mold, it is smooth and shiny, and the ruffled rim has a raised, leafy floral pattern all the way around. Probably made around the early 1900's, I am not sure of the manufacturer - possibly an early Fenton piece. This delightful hat vase whimsy measures 3 1/2
This is a beautiful round, signed studio Art glass vase or paperweight. It is made of slag looking glass with swirled shades of brown, blue, copper and grays with an opalescent look. The black glass bottom is signed, 'John Anderson' with a middle initial that might be an 'A'. There are also numbers that look to be either 8/22 or 8/72. This vase is very heavy, but is hollow, with a small 1/4" diameter hole in the top. The hole is 4" deep. The vase is 5" tall and 6" in diameter. This beautiful Art Glass vase
6 Panel Sowerby Opaque Milk Glass Purple Slag Vase Sowerby Logo 6 Panel Sowerby Opaque Milk Glass Purple Slag Vase Sowerby Logo Was made by the Sowerby Glass Works. It measures 4 1/4 inches high with a top diameter of 2 1/4 inches. It is marked with the Sowerby logo. There were no chips, cracks, damage or repairs found
Here is a Fenton Art Glass Atlantis Vase crafted in Chocolate glass for their 100th Anniversary Celebration. There are four different views to this vase as you turn it around and each features fish in an underwater scene. Chocolate glass is also known as "chocolate slag"; it is an opaque brown glass, ranging from a dark rich chocolate color to a lighter mocha shade. Each piece is different because of the variations in the colors. The Atlantis mould has been one of Fenton's more popular designs for years,
This outstanding Fenton Art Glass Chameleon Green Vase is from a mould called "Heritage", and Fenton has not often used this mould. Chameleon Green is one of Fenton's more recent colors, and it varies in light and dark shades of green. This glass is an opaque streaky slag-type glass; each piece is different, with no two being exactly alike. This vase was introduced in Fall 2008 and was retired within a few months. The Fenton USA logo is marked on the bottom. This Chameleon Green Heritage Vase is in perfect
Fenton's Rosalene line was never a production Line. Fenton Rosalene appears as special pieces from time to time and have been since the 1970's to present. Some pieces are better executed then others and this piece is exceptionally fine with detail, color combination and overall appeal. The color reminds me of pink slag. This Fenton Rosalene's vase/plant holder I believe is a rare example of Fenton at its best. There are six panels, each with flower designs. This vase/plant holder has an oriental feel to it
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This is a Fenton Art Glass vase in a color called Periwinkle. It is a heat sensitive glass and looks like slag glass with the variations in the shading. This is a melon vase, and as you can see the interior is ribbed. It stands 5 inches tall. The actual color of this vase is darker and brighter than the pictures show. Fenton first made Periwinkle in the mid-1930's. They brought it back in 2004 and it was a big hit. I don't see this vase pictured in my reference book; perhaps it was a sample. There is no
Shopping Cart Westite Slag / Orange Marbleized Flower Pot / Planter Hard to Find Detailed Description Specifications Click to EnlargeClick to EnlargeClick to EnlargeClick to Enlarge... Akro Agate / Westite Scarce Orange Marbleized Square Vase... Company Maker:Westite... Item: Square Top Vase... Color: Orange Marbleized... US Postage and Insurance is Only $8.00 with the Purchase of this Item... Condition: Our beautiful Westite orange marbleized vase is in... / Westite Scarce Orange Marbleized Square Vase
Challinor Taylor Butterscotch Slag Milk Glass Flower Holder Challinor Taylor Butterscotch Slag Milk Glass Flower Holder 1800s Milk Glass Slag Holder Challinor Taylor Butterscotch Slag Milk Glass Flower Holder 1800s Milk Glass Slag Holder Was made by the Challinor Taylor Glass Company. Circa late 1800s. It measures 3 3/4 inches high by 2 1/2 inches wide. There were no chips, cracks, damage, or repairs found 15 other products in the same category: 1800s Milk Glass Slag Holder
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Vintage Orange Yellow Glass slag vase 1950sBeautiful Mint Condition19 inches tall X 5 1/4" wide. Smoothly finished pontail. Heavy piece well balanced.This is a center of attention type piece, I've seen it proclaimed as many different manufactures so I won't add to that mix.The Pictures speak for themselves.
Beautiful 1960's Footed Slag Glass Vase, in vivid orange with yellow highlights and raised detail at the bottom of the vase.? Stands 16" tall and is in?very good?condition, no chips, cracks, or scratches.? From a smoke-free home.?Attention International Buyers:Import duties, taxes, and charges are notincluded in the item price or shipping cost.?These charges are the buyer 'sresponsibility .Please check with your country's customs officeCustoms fees are normally charged by the shipping company orcollected
30s vintage Vogue glass novelty, a small vase or toothpick holder, 3 1/4" tall. This looks nice without chips or damage.
Pink Depression Glass Etched Cornflower Pattern Stem Sherbet A pretty pink sherbet that measures 3 5/8" high and is 3 5/8" across. In very good condition except for one teeny chip on top edge which is difficult to see. GLSD20 111006 Pink Depression Glass Etched Cornflower Pattern Stem Sherbet A pretty pink sherbet that measures 3 3/4" high and is 3 5/8" across. GLSD21 111006 Green Ruffled Bowl 1950s Pretty ruffled avocado green bowl with a cross checkered stipple pattern. Measures 5 1/2" across and 2" high.
Jim Beam Liquor Bottle [YJ2-932] A 1972 Beam's Choice liquor bottle by the Jim Beam company made with a mottled green slag type glass and an oriental design. Marked with the date and a number 10 on the bottom, along with the words Liquor Bottle. It is in perfect condition. Nice for your whiskey, or could even be used as a vase without the lid.
LE Smith Fayette Glass Bittersweet Opaque 20" Vase MWT This statuesque floor vase has a footed base and a swung rim in the "Simplicity" pattern. According to Tom Felt's L.E. Smith Glass: The First 100 Years , Fayette Glass was a label used by L.E. Smith in the 1960's and 1970's. "Bittersweet" - an orange slag-like, opaque color, was unique to L.E. Smith. Dimensions: Measures 20" high on a 4" diameter base. Marks/Dates: 1962-1968. "Hand Made Fayette Glass" foil label on the inside. Condition: No cracks,