This is a rarity . . . Star & File Carnival Water Pitcher by Imperial made around 1904. The water pitcher is very hard to find. It stands about 7.75" tall. No logo, one minor bruise near the back of the lip. Please don't be afraid to ask questions. -- thank you
Fenton Art Glass 8 3/4" tall vase. 3 7/8" wide across the top, 3 3/4" at the widest point on the body of the vase. 1947-1959, pre Fenton logo. Original Fenton factory sticker inside. There is a label on the bottom with a name, probably from the original owner. The date on the label is 12-25-56. Excellent condition. No nicks, chips, crac... Click for details
This is Red Cliff glass made by Fenton.
The pattern is Knobby Bulls Eye. Unsigned
and the sticker fell off and is missing . I
think it is pre 1973. Very elegant.
Size: 6-1/2" high x 6" wide at top.
Beautiful condition. No damage that I see.
Footed Compote. Hard to find in this color.
A great compote cut by Pairpoint from the American Brilliant Cut Glass Era circa 1905. This compote has all over cutting with hobstars, notched prism, and rayed stars. The base has a 16 point hobstar cut on it. It stands just under 5" tall. The top is 5 11/16" by 3 3/16". The base is 3 5/16" wide. Tuthill used the same unusual blank. There are no chips or damage that we can see or feel. Very nice condition.
This is a very nice cut glass crystal compote made by Libbey circa 1900. It has great engraving of flowers. The flowers are fuschias. The center stem is twisted and decorated. The compote stands 5 5/8" tall. The width across the top is 7 13/16". The decorated base measures 4 3/8". No chips or damage. Super condition. It is from the American Brilliant Cut Glass Era.