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All Items : Art Glass : Pre 1940 item #1109258 (stock #432)
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This is a an absolutely beautiful centerpiece bowl designed by Frederick Carder and manufactured by Steuben Glass Works around 1932. The pattern is called "Grotesque" and is number 7537. This pattern is characterized by a ruffled, flared rim and vertical ribbing up each of the 4 sides. It is clear leaded glass. It measures 12.5" long, 7" wide and is just over 6" tall. It is signed on the base with a script signature. The bowl is in excellent condition...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : H.C. Fry : Pre 1930 item #907214 (stock #308)
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FOVAL (which derived its name from Fry OVenglass Art Line) was produced by the H.C. Fry Glass Co. of Rochester, Pennsylvania. The beautiful "pearl" blue was achieved by using aluminum oxide - differing the amount of aluminum oxide allowed for varied opacity. Some FOVAL items were trimmed with green or blue details. All Fry Art Glass pieces were hand blown and fire polished, with the pontils polished out...
All Items : Glassware : Pre 1930 item #899652 (stock #297)
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This beautiful vase is signed "Moser". It is ruby in color with raised enamel flowers and gilded details. It stands just 4" tall and is 2.5" at the widest. It is in excellent condition with no damage and only minimal gold loss at the rim.
All Items : Art : Paintings : Pre 1990 item #761977 (stock #251)
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Red Skelton was born in 1913, the son of a circus clown. Skelton himself got one of his earliest tastes of show business with that same circus and decided to become an entertainer at age 9. Through all of his career, Red never forgot his roots, and always seemed to fall back to the familiar -the clown. He decided to try his hand at art at an early age painting a variety of subjects...
All Items : Pottery and Stoneware : Vases : Pre 1960 item #660943 (stock #216)
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This 4-fluted vase was made by The Rookwood Pottery Company. The Company was operational from 1879-1967. This piece was made in 1950, as indicated by the "L" under the Rookwood mark on the base. It is very unique in both shape and color. The shape is bulbous at the bottom, then sort of pinched at the top to form 4 flutes. The glaze is beautiful. It is a mix of black, brown, gray and white on the exterior. The glaze was allowed to just run down the sides of the vase...
All Items : Glassware : Depression : Companies : Fenton : Pre 1990 item #537561 (stock #151)
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This striking vase was designed by master sandcarver Michael Yates of the Fenton Glass Company. It is a limited edition - number 108 of 850. It is part of the Connoisseur Collection that Fenton introduced in 1983. The Connoisseur Collection strived for the unique - such as cased glass, iridized glass, and sandcarving. The company's intent was to develop more "collectible" items, thus relatively few items were made in this line...
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