Glass

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    Item
Number
Item
Description
   AP-0183Flatten round hyacinth blub vase in cranberry color.  English c. 1890.

Size: 4" H

 AP-0186Cranberry hyacinth bulb vase with pontil scar. English c. 1890.

Size: 4" H

   AP-0258Cranberry hyacinth bulb vase with pontil scar. English c. 1880.

Size: 3 1/2" H

   AP-0259Cranberry hyacinth blub vase. English c. 1800. Size: 3 3/4" H
  AP-0189Very rare rainbow vase ~ this small vase was done in Strubridge, England. English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 6 1/2" H

  AP-0190Cobalt blue glass hand vase with traces of gilding. English, Late 19th Century.

Size: 6" H

 AP-0191Large "Candy Glass" vase. English c. 1880.

Size: 14 1/2" H

   AP-0200Tall clear glass trumpet vase with pontil scar. English c. 1870.

Size: 19 1/2" H

   AP-0201Tall "twisted" glass vase with pontil scar. English c. 1860.

Size: 15 3/4" H

 AP-0205Cranberry colored hyacinth blub vase.  English c. 1880.

Size: 3 3/4" H

 AP-0234Early blown clear glass storage jar with hollow-stopper and potil scar. American c. 1840.

Size: 22" H

  AP-0269A set of six (6) exceptional English Ice Cream diamond cut layered glass plates. c. 1880.

Size: 7" D (each)

   AP-0446An Imperial Peachblow Vase with clear base, yellow, orange, & ruby body & a deep maroon lip; magnificent coloring with a satin finish. American c. 1900.

Size: 15 1/2" H

   AP-0449Imperial Slag Glass Bell with a satin matte finish comprised of marbleized ruby, orange and cream hues. Original sticker inside the bell American, mid-20th Century.

Size: 5 1/2" H

  AP-0451Unusual multi-colored hand blown glass bowl with a hint of iridescent and uneven top rim American, mid-20th Century.

Size: 5" H x 6 5/8" D

   AP-0493Tall clear glass trumpet vase  with pontil scar. English c. 1870.

Size: 15" H

  CO-0121Small clear glass footed celery vase with pontil scar. English, mid-19th Century.

Size; 6" H

  CO-0122Large clear glass footed celery vase with pontil scar. English, mid-19th Century.

Size; 10" H

  CO-0195Beautifully shaped oblong speckled egg in a deep ruby-color. English c, 1880.

Size: 3" H

  Clear & frosted glass right-hand holding a bottle.  English c 1880.

Size:  11 1/2" H

    Grouping of tulips in various colors & sizes.  Each sold separately. German c. 1900.
 Rare painted glass sculpture of a boy and watermelon from original Lancaster glass factory (Hocking Glass) which burned down and was replaced by Anchor Hacking. The Hocking Glass company was founded in 1905 by Isaac Jacob Collins in Lancaster, OH and named from the Hocking River.  American, Early 1900.

Size: 2 3/4" H

    
    

 

 

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