Viking Art Glass Yesteryear Stemmed Ball Vase Price: $30.00 ON SALE Late 1950s to early 1960s amethyst ivy ball vase. This aging rare beauty has a major repair located between the top of the stem and the bottom of the bowl (see image 6). Although her neck was snapped off at the head, she lives again and is fully useful and just as pretty. The repair is very strong and permanent, but also visible if looked at closely. No other cracks or chips. Vessel was not compromised. Glass is clear, no clouding. VERY
Fantastic find of two big hoop vases with interlacing forms. Retro modern art glass, circa 1960s-1970s, Scandinavia. Notice how the hoops on the two vases fit together...
Large ruby blown glass cylinder vase with gold gilt and 3-D enamel decor. Distinctive and highly decorated mid-20th Century Venetian glass vase. This vase measures...
Duncan Miller ruby glass Canterbury flower vase Elegant and scarce beauty from the 1940s. Beautiful ruby red glass vase by Duncan Miller . Made in the infamous Canterbury no. 115 pattern, patented by Duncan Miller in 1939. This vase was called the "Flower Arranger Vase". The hand pinched and folded rims provide for easy floral arranging. This lovely scarce example is in fabulous condition. It is unusual to see this vase without chiggers on the sharp edge of the base. This well-cared for piece has no
Set of Two Pilgrim Crackle Glass Oversize Snifter Vases Price: $80.00 Pair of Mid-Century Handblown Crackle Glass Balloon Goblet Vases Large vases. Hand blown by Pilgrim Art Glass in the mid 20th century. In excellent condition. Christmasy color, would look awesome with Poinsettia blooms. Solid glass stem is applied to inverted foot and fine crackled bowl. The large vase has unintentional trapped air bubbles on the foot, and a piece of ash from the furnace encased in the body (Not unusual for this type of
Huge Mod Amberina Art Glass Mid-Century Vase Price: $150.00 Fabulously large amberina art glass snifter goblet vase. This is one of the largest 1950s-60s glass snifters we've seen. Stands 18" tall, 9" at widest with a girth of 26" on a 6.5" wide foot. Italian makers were responsible for most of these extreme large vases. . American maker's also got in on the fad and produced items like this. The amberina (red fading to yellow) color points to American made. The styling points to Italian. It's huge, larger
Department Fenton Art Glass Persian Pearl Candlestick Holder Set Tall Swung Retro Modern Milk Glass Vase Vintage Fenton Art Glass Diamond Optic Canister Early 1960s