||Tiffany blue favrile vase in a
lovely shape. The iridescence on this piece is absolutely outstanding. It
is 7 inches in height, is signed L. C. Tiffany Favrile 1881, and has a
paper label which is still readable. Inv. # RFR.
||A top view of the preceding piece
showing the intricate stretch and lovely iridescence.
||A Tiffany Pinched Thumbprint shot
glass or toothpick holder. Very nice iridescence. Signed L C T. 1 7/8 inch
hgt X 1 3/8 in diam. Inv. # 5030.
||Two vases by Durand. They are
almost exact in their dimensions. The blue vase is 6 1/4" in height
while the gold vase is 6 3/16" tall. Each of them has excellent
iridescence. Unsigned, but unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic
Durand. Inv # 1739. These can be sold separately.
||This Durand blue iridescent hearts
and vines vase is absolutely a dynamite piece. It is a very well-known
Durand shape, and highly sought after. Unsigned, but those who collect
Durand will recognize this as the guaranteed authentic piece that it is.
||Another classic Durand shape in
his wonderful Blue iridescent finish. The height is 8 1/2 inches. This
vase has a spurious Tiffany signature, but is unconditionally guaranteed
to be authentic Durand.
||A super Stevens and Williams
covered urn vase done in rose jade and clambroth which is 9 5/8inches in
height. Take note of the cut and flattened finish on the top of the finial
which is a Stevens and Williams trademark. Steuben did not finish the
finials like this on their pieces. This is found on most covered S & W
pieces, especially powder jars and covered vases. It is one way in which S
& W and Steuben can be identified as different from each other. Inv. #
S & W 111.
||A typical Stevens and Williams
sherbet. The short stem is used by S & W, and is a major way that it
can be differentiated from Steuben with the much taller stem. These are
often misidentified as Steuben. Again, this is rose jade and clambroth. 2
3/4 inches in height X opening diameter of 3 3/4 inches. Inv #
||Demitasse cup and saucer done in
rose jade and clambroth. The height is only 2 1/4 inches on this very
dainty pair. Inv. # 3907.
||This is a very lovely Stevens and
Williams cordial done in green jade and alabaster/clambroth. It is 6"
in height. This shape is often wrongly attributed to Steuben. Steuben did
not do this shape in cordials. These cordials came in several
different jade colors. These are highly sought after by collectors
as the shape is wonderful and the colors lovely. Inv # 3535.
||This is an example of a Stevens
and Williams perfume done in green jade and alabaster/clambroth. The
stopper has a chip which is internal, but can be seen as you look down on
it from the top. This has been taken into consideration on the price. Inv.
# S & W 112.