With applied feet and rigaree acorns and oak leaves, this cased glass beauty features a crisp white exterior, vibrant peachy~pink interior and ruffled rim with amber "crest".
This piece is 7" in height, approximately 4 1/2" wide and is in excellent condition. Very nice!
I am unable to ascertain the age of this piece, but I feel it is more contemporary. And though unmarked, I have seen a very similar piece still bearing a Murano glass label, so I am attributing this piece to that origin as well.
So attractive and different from anything else I've ever owned, this wonderful compote is a very generous 11" in height and approximately 12" in diameter across the top of the bowl...
Called "A Clear Day For Flying", this is Fenton's piece #8143 B8, a Mary Gregory decorated pitcher which was limited to a production run of 1250.
The white enameled scene depicting a little boy flying a kite is a unique contrast to the vibrant blue satin background. An attractive reeded handle completes the presentation...
Pattern: Rose Point Etch, made by Cambridge Glass Co. made 1937 -1953
Quantity: One (1)
Item Description: Rose Point Etch Divided 3 Part Bowl, Handled, Pristine Blank # 221, 8.5 inches in diameter
Item Condition: This bowl is in excellent condition with no chip, nics cracks, stains or cloudiness.
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Quantity Available: Set of Six (6)
Item Description: Footed Tumbler, Soda without stem, blank # 1405
Size: 5.75 inches tall, holds 12 ounces
Color: Clear Crystal
Period Made: 1931 - 1946
Item Condition: Five of the six tumbers are in excellent condition with no chips, nics cracks, stains or cloudiness...
I believe that this pattern was originally introduced in the late 40's and is very popular with collectors today.
Stylized, etched and frosted wings adorn the bowl while the heavenly face of an angel is molded into the stem...
The #15 wine set consists of the decanter with fan style stopper, 6 wine stems and the 10 1/2" tray. With the stopper in place, the decanter is 12" in height while the stems are 4 1/4".
The tray has a couple of little rough spots on the inner rim, but other than that, no imperfections to report...
Though I have been unable to find a signature, I have consulted with a very knowledgeable collector and he believes the the cutting house may have been either Pitkin & Brooks or J.D. Bergen, with P & B being his first guess.
The pitcher is approximately 9 3/4" in height and the tumblers approximately 3 3/4" in height...