A fine quality Steuben Gold Aurene basket, attractive blue and gold iridescent hues, decorative buttons added to the handle, signed Aurene 453 under the base, polished pontil, excellent original shape,
Measuring about 8.5″ high
A Quezal Red, White and Gold decorated table lamp. Opal glass with pulled and applied decoration of Red and Gold luster.
Martin Bach and Thomas Johnson both former employees of Tiffany Studios glassworks established the Quezal Art Glass and Decorating Company in Brooklyn New York about 1899. They hired two other Tiffany glass workers, Percy Britton and William Wiedebine a decorator and gatherer. The firm closed by 1925.
Height 29.5″ at the finial
Glass body measures about 12″
A fine quality Hawkes “Rock Crystal” cut glass vase with mounts by the William B. Durgin Company, superb original condition, fully marked upon the base, the glass unmarked but certainly Hawkes Rock Crystal, Iris decoration, pond lilies in sterling at the base, an exceptional piece of Art Nouveau for the discerning collector, marked J.C. Grogan under the base, Grogan a prominent Pittsburgh jeweler of the early 20th century.
A French perfume or cologne bottle, ruby cut to clear, deeply cut with a fully cut stopper, probably Baccarat, St. Louis or Val St. Lambert, superb original condition, probably late 19th or early 20th century.
A good quality antique Handel geometric overlay lamp, the shade in very nice shape, no cracks or missing pieces, works well, “bronze finish” arts and crafts style base with some light loss to the finish.
Width of shade 17.5″
A very uncommon Thomas Webb cameo glass walking stick top also known as a cane top, white to translucent yellow, excellent floral etching, see color plate C199 of the Ray and Lee Grover English Cameo Glass book.
Measuring 1.5″ in diameter