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Slight ribbed bowl of iridescent clear glass, shades of gold; The turned over rim has six equidistant double-crimps. Applied green iridescent glass threads around the bowl at midpoint; applied by hand
Cased crystal over white opalescent, over amber; made in a mould, no pontil, blown from the top and ground off; shaped base has six bulbous flutes, extending into the cylindrical neck of the vase, which is decorated in a series of opalescent v-shapes in relief
The shape is known as "Jack-in-the-Pulpit". The interior is gold aurene, with green aurene and bronze exterior. The bronze is pulled in feather design. There is white pulled opalescent in the area behind the "petals". A rather heavy looking vase, a fluted rim might have given it a more graceful aspect.
Pink and white "End-of-day" glass cased in clear glass; basically in looped patterns, the pink tones varying from a deep rose to pale pink
Green irridescent glass, in irregular ridged form to resemble a tree trunk; snake coils around the body of the vase, curving away in freeform towards the neck of the vase, connecting again and curving above rim, with head pointing towards the base
Large globular bowl, with four ribs extending down and enlarged to form the bowl support, joining with a centre stem, all linked at mid-point and joining at the base to form the foot of the drinking glass; dark, almost bottle green with iridescence
Green iridescent glass with thorn pattern in relief; circular base and cylindrical stem, tapering to the flat-cut rim
Baluster-shaped vase in an emerald-green glass with iridescent blue stripes in a diagonal and slightly swirled pattern; flat-cut rim has been polished
Ship's decanter shape with elongated neck in twisted form; flat-cut rim; iridescent glass in green with pulled feather design; iridescence in green, purple, white and slight rust-red
Orange, black, white mottled design; interior of candleholder is orange; mottled design over base, being pulled up into linear patterns around socket, reverting to mottled at rim; cased in clear glass; flat-cut rim, polished.
White opaque glass, with blue, green, red, yellow. Irregular vertical green stripes with blue borders on clear casing from bell-shaped base to socket; flat-cut rim showing cross-section of colour.
Iridescent green glass vase in baluster form, with pulled feather design in iridescent blue
Moulded in ribbed form with 24 radiating ribs from off-centre base; globular shape of the bowl area has a wide cylindrical neck extending for 5.0 cm. and of 7.9 cm. in diameter; purple/metallic blue iridescence with multi-coloured feather-drawn band in spiral pattern trailed around the vase; flat-cut rim
Iridescent glass in pale pink-gold, with opaque pink swirl design of linear motif; vase has a circular, round edged base, surmounted by three similar shapes of graduating size, which form the lower part of the bowl, then continues in a plain expanding shape to the flared rim
Clear, iridescent bowl in moulded vertical linear design, with straight flared rim; five applied purple iridescent tree trunk or branch motifs support the bowl and extend to form the feet
Orange, blue-grey tones in "End-of-Day" glass, cased in iridescent glass; slightly domed foot, two pinched-in sections in lower bowl area of the tulip shaped vase; flat-cut rim.
Orange, yellow and black "End-of-Day" glass; yellow on the base and mostly below the pinched-in lower section of the bowl; upper section is basically alternating vertical panels of orange and red in scalloped design; cased in clear glass
Baluster shaped vase, main body in red, cased in clear glass; multi-coloured base in "End-of-Day" style around base and hooked-up over the body, extending to the rim, in eight lines
Cylindrical form, expanding gradually from base to rounded shoulders and outward curving, flat-cut rim; interior white, exterior iridescent with pulled design in a gold/yellow tone
Bud vases (pair)
Vases are of narrow, cylindrical form, with flat circular base; iridescence is shades of blue, with darker blue markings on the stem of the vase. Steuben "Aurene" glass.
Shouldered decanter engraved with fruiting vine and the label "WHITE WINE". Disc-shaped, facet-cut stopper; both stopper and neck have been ground. Rough pontil mark. Plain neck.
Light baluster wine glass in round funnel form. Stem formation has an angular knop above a small knop and an elongated inverted baluster with slanting air bubbles. The engraved border contains scrolls and sprays of leaves with alternating fan and cornucopia. Glass is of three part construction.
The salts are of circular shape and have been fitted with replacement blue glass liners; Three feet cast in the form of a beaver on a branch support each cellar; Engraved with maple leaf and lyre decoration formed by the placement of the beaver feet
Jam, butter dish
Shallow circular dish with green liner. The loop handle is of silver wire-work divided at the base and extending in a curved and upswept form, joining under the rim of the dish in a solid triangular section set with a green oval cabochon. The green (flashed) glass liner is original.
Cabinet on chest
Profile of the piece is serpentine and bombe. The chest has chamfered and rounded corners. The four drawers have alternating convex and concave profiles, following the contour of the corner design. The front feet are carved talon and ball; the back feet ogee. The deep apron piece at the base of the chest is characteristic of Dutch design. Rococo-style handles and keyhole escutcheons. Back and shelves have velvet lining.