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A piece of art glass with silver overlay onto the glass by Czech Republic maker, Loetz. It’s about 1910 can’t find a signature all though almost never signed but this one is so busy that you can’t see if there’s one or not. The top is 3” wide and the interior 3” deep.
5.5” Diameter x 3.5” High
A pair of fine Japanese cloisonné on silver vase. The vases are pink with chrysanthemums and the inside is turquoise, as is the very bottom. They are in perfect condition. Circa 1890 to 1910. The vases are 7.5 inches tall and the stands are 3.5" x 1". 4" Diameter x 8.5" High
A German crystal presentation piece with a sterling silver monogrammed top. The high-quality crystal has three rows of large polkadots a whimsical and attractive design. Monogram is in German but does not look like German glass it looks rich and it is so beautiful. The vase looks like it has never been used but has gotten a little ding at some point in the silver top but really does not look bad. Sterling monogrammed in the 50s. Sterling mark 925. The sterling top measures 6“diameter x 2“.
8" Diameter x 12" High
A pair of French rock crystal and bronze vases. Art deco in the middle easter style. Circa 1920's, France. The opening at the top is two and a half inches.
5" Diameter x 4" High
Japanese bronze usabata flower arranging vessel probably late 19th century bronze with a dark brown patina. The top is five and a half inches in diameter and comes off.
8" Wide x 6" Deep x 10" High
An impeccable green bodied vase with clear drips on the sides and a purple base. French, signed Schneider, circa 1930s. The drips are 10.5” long, the interior is 12.5” deep.
7” Wide x 4.5” Deep x 16” High
The Schneider glassworks was started in 1903 at Epinay-sur-Seine by two brothers, Charles and Ernest Schneider. Ernest was manager and administrator. Charles was art director and supervisor of the art glass department. The Schneider plant moved to Lorris, France, in 1962 and is still in operation there.
Charles Schneider was born at Chateau-Theirry in 1881 and moved to Nancy as a small child where he grew up. Charles studied under Emile Galle, worked in the Galle factory for a time and also worked as a designer for the Daum brothers, The art glass of Schneider was either made by him or was closely supervised by him win the different stages of production. Art glass was produced between 1903 and 1930; crystal wares and lightly colored glass were made until 1945; and only clear crystal has been produced since 1945. Cameo glass was a relatively minor part of the art glass production of Schneider, its both acid and wheel cutting techniques used. Pieces are signed “Schneider” with or without an outline of a vase by the signature and with our without the name “France” by the signature.
This sophisticated Pairpoint vase that is it is beautifully executed with exquisite craftsmanship. It is very heavy. Pairpoint is currently the oldest operating glass company in the United States, circa 1950s.
4" Diameter x 3.5" High