Large 8” tall art glass jug with sparkling fine crackle. Read more about Pilgrim Art Glass .
Exceptional deep orange color with hints of yellow, called Tangerine. Applied handle is amber/yellow. Hand blown with pontil mark. In excellent condition.
This jug vase is larger than most window vases which were so popular in the mid 20th century. Glows beautifully when sunlight passes through.
Vintage Glass Large Blown Bullet Vase Atomic Orange
Vintage intage orange-orange vase cased in white and colorless glass. Stands 18½” tall.
Commands attention. Will brighten any room. Makes the large lucite grape logs in image 2 below look small.
Made in Italy or Scandinavia, circa 1960 to 1970. Hand-blown. In image 5 below you can see the solid ring of bottom-wear encircling the base just above the half circle light reflection. The washed out section between the bottom-wear and the orange circle is a reflection.
Immense. They stand 41” tall. The largest we’ve ever seen.
Made of teakwood so they are lightweight. Stained in black. The handles are totems of crouched natives. Hand-carved. Circa 1950s - 1960s.
In near perfect condition with a couple of small bumps that disappeared when almond oil was applied. No major bumps. A hook is missing from the back of the spoon. Great condition - they look wonderful. A bit of the reddish teakwood shows through on the spoon bowl, but it is not damage.
This set is huge!
Mid-Century Modern Turned Wood Shakers
Beautiful set of turned wood tall table shakers. The wood is light-weight and soft. The grain appears to be oak, but the tell-tale sign of teakwood (reddish color) can be seen on the base of one shaker where a tiny piece has slivered off. They really do look like stained oak, but we are certain it is not oak. Another possiblility could be ‘redwood’, but again, this wood is very light-weight.
Masterfully done by hand and machine. Topped with mushroom caps. In beautiful condition, still rich in color and no scratching or staining. A small bump at the base is present but not noticeable. They appear unused.
Each measures 7.75” tall. Circa 1960s.
(via Retro Art Glass: Swedish Modern Optic Rose vase by Tiffin in Copen Blue)
- Rarely seen 3-toed rose bowl vase made of quality colored crystal by Tiffin, USA between 1945 and 1955. Read more about Tiffin.
- Eames era styling with Tiffin’s horizontal ‘Swedish Optic’ decor in Copen Blue. Thick, quality crystal with polished flat rim and slight edge bevel. Blown from optic mold (no seams), pontil mark visible in center of the three applied colorless crystal ball feet.
- In great condition with a few very tiny rim chiggers that can be felt, but ivisible to the eye. Glass is clean and brilliant. Tiffin part no. 525. Measures 4½” tall, 4½” at widest, 3” wide mouth. Weighs 1½ lbs.
Large selection of authentic mid-century art glass and glassware. Choose from over 300 quality glass objects.
Made in days gone by when quality, form and decor were the driving force of the glass market. Most glass objects from the past were made by hand…not mass-produced. It was created with hand-mixed glass recipes, furnace heated, and formed by a master of the craft in artisan studios throughout the world. Such beautiful colors and forms are hard to find made new today. The quality and design of yesteryear far surpasses the standards of today’s mass manufacturing. Vintage is always a better choice for quality, decor and function.