This is a true beauty. Whether looking for an elegant cigar ashtray or just adding to your collection, this is an awesome piece of hand crafted art glass. Beautiful magenta cranberry color cased in clear glass. Three cigar size rests. Measures 4 1/4" tall and is VERY heavy. Perfect condition other than somr superficial scratches on the bottom. Ground glass polished bottom. This would be great for other uses too, such as a vase or candy dish.
This wonderful swan is big! It measures almost 15" tall. Solid hand blown glass with streaks of greens, blues, and whites with clear cased accents. Pristine condition, with no chips or cracks. Lovely large piece of Murano art glass.
Large and lovely egg shaped paperweight by one of Orient and Flume's master glass blowers in Chico Ca. Measures 4 1/2" tall and has no chips, dings, or cracks. Engraved O&F and also it's unique number and original sticker. Research leads me to the now retired creator of this piece ED Alexander. I found another VERY similar that had his name also engraved on it. This is definately done by the same artist,retired Orient & Flume artist Ed Alexander AKA Ed Seaira...
Large glass swan dish is hand blown with colors of yellow whiteand orange swirls in the clear glass. Measures 7" tall to the top of the head. Bowl area is 5" x 13" in diameter, This was probably made in Mexico in the late 60's or early 70's era. Perfect condition.
Take a look at this wonderful lemon yellow hand blown glass bowl. Interesting square shape and orange spiral swirl beginning in the center, and spiraling larger and larger. 11" diameter (not including measurement of 2" long corners). 2 1/2" deep. This would even make a nice ashtray for cigars being the way the corners are made. No chips or cracks. There are a few straw marks in the bottom though.
Take a look at this lovely bottle. hand blown tortoise shell coloring and a long fabric covered cord and bulb with a sexy tassel to compliment the bottle. Measures 6 3/4" tall. Top screws off and can be filled with your favorite perfume. Like new condition, and appears to never have been used. A beautiful gift!!
Beautiful green control bubble vase. Hand blown Murano glass. Measures 5 5/8" tall.Opening is 2". Beautiful condition with no chips or cracks.
Pretty art glass basket has swirls pinks,greens and blue with white. Cased in clear glass. Basket measures 4 3/4" tall and is 5 1/2" wide. This is just like a larger one that I have and it has a Sticker that says Murano style Glassware Italy.This one does NOT have the sticker. Perfect condition.
Pretty Murano art glass paperweight. I believe it is a sea lion, possibly a seal. Pretty lemon yellow, & white encased in clear glass. Ground bottom, perfect condition. Measures about 5" long. and is about 3 1/2" tall.
This is a great ashtray for cigars Oval free form. Ground polished bottom. Gree bottom turning to dark blue a t the top edge. No chips or cracks but has been well used and has lots of wear scratches on the bottom. Low price reflects these imperfections. Very thick and heavy, measures 2 1/2" deep and is 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" top diameter measurements.
This Murano control bubble dish is such a pretty deep shade of rose. The control bubbles make it even seem to sparkle with intensity. This could have be a cigar ashtray, but makes a wonderful dish for a multitude of uses. Measures 8 1/2" in diameter at widest point. Is about 2 1/2" deep. Ground polished bottom. No cracks or chips. Very lovely!
Great ashtray, actually for cigars, as it has only one large rest. Red center cased with a thin white ring and then encased in a thick clear glass edge. A large swirl pattern in the outer bottom of the glass. Measures 7" in diameter, and 2 1/8" deep. Almost perfect condition. There are two flea bites on the clear area near the rest. Though not very noticeable, they are there, thus reflecting the price. A beautiful simplistic piece of art glass!
A gorgeous hand blown vase in a deep red/orange color. Blown with random Milliflori canes in the glass. Ground and polished bottom. Glass is very thick and vase is heavy for its size. Measures 6 3/4" tall. Email me for more photos if you like.Excellent condition. Most likely Murano Italy.
Nice little paperweight that is supposed to be Orient & Flume. The consignor is certain, but the piece is not marked. Nicely made and the gourd area has a soft two tone irridized finish. The stem is a two tone cane green. A magical little piece of glass, and the picture does not do it justice. Measures 1 1/2" tall and is 2 1/2" wide. Absolutely perfect condition!!! Not sure of the year of production. Email me if you would like to see a photo of the bottom of the paperweight.
Made by Terra, the original makers of these Bluebirds of happiness. The two bluebirds sit on a heart shaped base. Measures 2 3/4" tall base measures 3 1/2" x 3 1/2".It has a very lightly etched name signed Leo Ward (artist) on the bottom and the date 1989. Perfect condition with no chips or damages. Original sticker.
Unique pair of Murano style vases are hand blown. Possibly were meant to be candle holders. Four petals form the shape of a lily with coiled stems forming the base. Holloed centerr to use as a vase or a perfect fit for a candle. Pretty colors of pinks, yellow and white cased by clear glass. Measures about 4 1/4" tall. This is a unique and lovely pair, if using as vases or candle holders. PERFECT CONDITION. Each is slightly different because of being hand blown.
Amazing pair of candy dishes. I have not the slightest clue who made them only that they are just magnificent! They are hand blown with a crest (like Fenton) but with the coloring of Murano. Swirling colors of pinks graduating to green, to lavender to pink , to cobalt at the clear crest of the rim. The Peacock is the more elaborate of the two, and he measures 6" tall and about 7" long. The pea hen is about 5" tall and 9" long. She has no ruffled crest, being the plainest of the two...
This pretty hand blown vase has pretty colors of blue with green, and cased in white Stretch style with a Jack in the pulpit lip. Partially ground bottom. Measures 15 3/8" tall at the tallest point. Not sure of where this was made, perhaps Murano.