Cabinet vases. Art glass from around 1900 made by Tiffany Studios of New York City.

Decorated Cabinet Vase Decorated cabinet vase in favrile glass. ca. 1898-1900. American. Maker’s marks: engraved “L.C.T./Q40” on the base. Image © 2021 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via
Favrile and millifiore art glass cabinet vase, with overall purple iridescence with silver vines, green ivy and interspersed millifiore. ca. 1902. American. Maker’s marks: Inscribed “L.C.T.” to the base. Image ©, Inc. 2021. Fair use license. via
Favrile glass cabinet vase. Early 20th c. American. Maker’s marks: marked “L.C.T, H. 1518”. Imaged by and image © Heritage Auctions, Fair use license. via

Crystal and ormolu centerpieces. Tableware to live up to instead of the other way around. On the other hand, should the empress come to dinner you’ll be all set.

Crystal and cast ormolu epergne with a sphinx supporting each corner, reflecting the fascination with things Ancient Egyptian brought about by the Napoleonic campaigns there. Scrolling foliate arms that raise four antique cranberry glass dishes. 1805. Regency. Made in England. Crafted after a design by architect Charles Heathcote Tatham with a motif originally created in 1801 for Tatham’s major patron, the 5th Earl of Carlisle with the design for the base used as an illustration in “Design for Ornamental Plate” with the captioning “A Piece of Plate designed and executed in Silver for the Earl of Carlisle in the year 1801.” Maker not known. Image via ©, Inc. 2021. Fair use license. via
French Empire epergne with ormolu and green crystal cut glass. Mid 19th c. French. Maker not known. Image © Canonbury Antiques – Redwell Hill Farm. Fair use license. via—Ormolu-Louis-XV-Crystal-1567586936/
Ormolu mounted floral epergne. Raised leopard paw feet supporting the main ring. Flat diamond cut glass posy vases with scalloped rims, the center supporting a larger vase cut in the same manner. 1870-1879. British. F & C Osler, maker. Maker’s marks: metalwork stamped “OSLER”. Image via ©, Inc. Fair use license. via

Ormolu and cut crystal four-piece table garniture, comprising two centerpieces and a pair of candle holders. Each centerpiece surmounted by a figure of Minerva, flanked by a pair of female busts and central Apollo mask, above two pheasants flaked to each side with a circular dish raised on lion monopodia. The candle-holders being en sute. 1875-1900. Made in Paris, France. Baccarat, maker. Maker’s marks: stamped with a Baccarat cachet under the removable crystal dishes. Image © Christie’s 2021. Fair use license. via

Vases made by Tiffany Studios. All of these taken from a recent Sotheby’s auction catalog.

“Jack-in-the-Pulpit” vase. ca. 1910. American. Favrile glass. Maker’s marks: engraved “776E L. C Tiffany-Favrile.” Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via
“Jack-in-the-Pulpit” vase. ca. 1900-1903. American. Favrile glass. Maker’s marks: engraved “L.C.T./Y4993.”
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“Morning Glory” paperweight vase. 1907. American. Favrile glass. Maker’s marks: engraved “L.C. TIFFANY/FAVRILE/L.H. NASH” in red enamel. Also engraved “Paris/gold medal/Louis C. Tiffany Favrile ex 1274.” Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via

“Morning Glory” paperweight vase. ca. 1914. American. Favrile glass. Maker’s marks: engraved “8062H L.C. Tiffany-Favrile.” Image Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via

Art glass with a bit of blue here and there. French. Eugène Rousseau, artist and dealer. Living from 1827 to 1890, Rousseau had a shop in Paris starting in around 1855. Starting out with porcelain, he later shifted to glass, collaborating with several manufacturers including Appert Frères.

Vase in colored, smoked, etched and enameled glass. ca. 1875-1878. Maker’s marks: Signed “E Rousseau Paris” on the underside. Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via

Vase decorated with fish and waterweed. Mold-blown and enameled with applied relief. 1878. French. Japonisme. Eugène Rousseau, designer. Appert  Frères, manufacturer. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Fair use license. via
Blown crystal vase decorated with polychrome enamels and gold of falling polychrome tears and a rush around the neck made of colored glass, modeled and applied hot. ca. 1885. French. Designed by Rousseau. Probably manufactured by Appert  Frères. Maker’s marks: signed “F. ROUSSEAU”, engraved under the base. Image © Ader Auctions, Paris. Fair use license. via

Oil lamps done in art glass. All with interesting designs.

Venetian “Fume” tea color four spot art glass oil lamp fluted flower vase. Hand blown with a ruffled rim and rigaree decoration on the neck. Each spot has a shell decoration at the bottom. ca. 1870-1900. Italian. Image ©, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via
Oil lamp, probably made in Bohemia for the English market. Late 19th c. Image © 2007–2020 Auctions Online USA Ltd. Fair use license. via
Acid etched glass oil lamp with a cameo glass egg shaped reservoir in green, acid etched with a fern leaf textured ground. Glass probably by Baccarat or Saint Louis as similar acid etched and cameo glass with the fern leaf pattern are shown in the 1907-1908 Baccarat catalogue. Cast bronze stand in the form of a chestnut branch with a square red marble base. ca. 1907. Art Nouveau. French. Maker’s marks: Glass marked “Depose.” Burner marked for the German manufacturer Kosmos. Art glass with marble and bronze. Image © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. Fair use license. via
Art glass oil lamps in iridescent glass embellished with a pulled feather design and featuring removable glass encased wicks. Made in 1990. American. Stuart Abelman, maker. Engraved maker’s marks on the underside. Vases © Stuart Abelman. Image © 2020 EBTH, Inc. Fair use license. via

Steuben compotes. American. Part of Corning Glassworks. Made in Corning, New York where they are still making it.

Compote. Art glass. Undated. Pink and green glass. Image © 2002-2020 LiveAuctioneers and Woody Auction LLC. Fair use license. via
Supremes, compotes in the wheel cut pattern “Van Dyke” with peach-like colored stems and clear crystal bowls. with separate matching “Rosa” inserts meant to be used for cocktail sauce or to hold the caviar in a bed of shaved ice. Part of a set of 12. 1910-1920. American. Image ©, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via
Compote with a flared rim raised on four curved arms joined to circular base. 20th c. American. Crystal. Signed. Image © 1999 – 2020 SKINNER, INC, Fair use license. via
Two color compote with an amber low form body with a flaring rim and applied blue glass ring handles. The bowl is supported by a round foot with a knobbed, ribbed stem. Undated. American. Maker’s marks: Signed “Steuben” on the underside. Image © Copyright Lot-Art 2020. Fair use licence. via

Egyptian Revival with a Tiffany Studios spin. Egyptian Revival has been going in and out of fashion for around 200 years. It always comes back. All of that with that extra fabulousness.

Bookends. ca. 1920. American. Gilt bronze with polychrome decoration. Maker’s marks: Impressed “TIFFANY STUDIOS/NEWYORK/2032” Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via
Pair of cast bronze wall sconces/plaques with turtle bank inserts. ca. 1920. American. Maker’s marks: stamped “TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK.” Image  2020 © Antiquarian Traders, Inc. Fair use license. via

Carved favrile glass Egyptian collar baluster form vase, the shoulder carved with a band of flowers. ca. 1912. American. Maker’s marks: Engraved “L. C. Tiffany Favrilte 7175N”. Image ©, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via

Millefiore glass from the glasshouse of Bernard Perrot (Bernardo Perrotto) which was located in Orléans, France. Perrot was an Italian glassmaker working in France with a career that ran roughly from 1680 until his death in 1709. Along with the Orléans glasshouse he also had a retail shop there and another one in Paris.

Millefiore shaft. 17th c. French/Italian. Created at the Glasshouse of Bernard Perrot with Venetian elements. Collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. In the public domain. via
Millefiore knife handles with an assortment of composite canes including several of the Maltese Cross, on a ground of scrambled lengths of colorful filigree and ribbon, mounted with later steel blades. 1650-1700. French. Glass. Maker’s marks: Knife blades marked for John Dobby, Wych Street, Strand. Image © Bonhams 2001-2020. Fair use license. via

Jugs and teapots that will make even powdered limeade and instant tea taste fancy. French. Victor Saglier, creator. Living from 1809 to 1894, he made some wonderfully decorated up tableware.

Orangeade pitcher. Baluster shaped frosted glass decorated with flowers of the field, engraved with acid and enhanced with gold. Gilt bronze mount decorated with bas relief plant motifs. Has a cylinder that fits inside and can be closed with a screw cap that would be filled with ice. Undated. French. Maker’s marks: signed “VS sailing boat” in gold under the base. Image © Galerie Michel Pont and Fair use license. via

Teapot with chest collar and belly with rococo decoration in the Louis XV style. 19th c. French. Silver. Maker’s marks: hallmark for Victor Saglier. Image © Estim Nation. Fair use license. via

Decanter. ca. 1900. French. Decorated glass with silver plate mount and cap. Image  © 2008-2020 Bukowski Auktioner AB. Fair use license. via

Art glass by Viennese firm A J & L Lobmyer. All of these in the Persian style that was quite popular in the late 19th century. Founded in 1823 they are still in business.

Piriform green glass vasegreen glass of with two curvilinear handles, decorated in enamel in various colors in a lush floral design with outlines and details in gold. Late 19th c. Austrian. Makers marks: Monogram in white enamel on the underside. Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via

Flattened oviform vase with applied loop handles and the bod richly decorated in enamel and gilt in the motif of foliage and flowers. ca. 1878. Georg Rehländer, designer. Makers marks: White enamel monogram on the underside. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2020. Fair use license. via

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Clear glass vase with a slightly flat-sided drop form with wide tubular neck and flaring mouth. Decorated on each face, enamelled with a central Iznik-inspired tulip and carnation spray flanked by similar panels below a gold band of white enamelled naskh inscription, a band of meandering carnations and tulips above. Two loop handles and a short flaring foot. ca. 1878. Makers marks: White enamel monogram on the underside with a German inscription reading “Der Wille Gottes geschehe” in a circle around the monogram. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2020. Fair use license. via