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July 23, 2022: 19th & 20th Century Glass


July 23, 2022: 19th & 20th Century Glass

July 23, 2022: 19th & 20th Century Glass

1001
MT. WASHINGTON DECORATED BURMESE TUMBLER,
Estimate: $800 - $1,200
plush with polychrome-enamel Queen's decoration, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
3 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 195.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1001A
MT. WASHINGTON GUBA DUCKS DECORATED BURMESE DOUBLE-HANDLED VASE,
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000
plush with polychrome enamel decoration, double-handled banjo from with Guba Duck decoration, applied circular foot, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
11" H.
Undamaged with some isolated minor wear.
Parallels Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, p. 216, fig. 9-67. Form parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 15, bottom right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1002
MT. WASHINGTON DECORATED BURMESE VASE,
Estimate: $300 - $500
plush with polychrome-enamel decoration, urn form with floral decoration, gilt at the rim, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
4 1/2" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 208, fig. 9-47, bottom left. Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 41, middle.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1003
MT. WASHINGTON DECORATED BURMESE CREAMER,
Estimate: $200 - $400
plush with polychrome-enamel decoration, domed form with a circular rim, floral decoration, applied delicate handle with three lower crimps and a curl, gilt tracing to the rim and handle, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
2 5/8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 30, top left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
Purchased from Brookside Antiques, New Bedford, MA (retains label).
1004
MT. WASHINGTON FIRED-ON BURMESE FLOWERS BISCUIT/CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $200 - $400
opaque white with a fired-on Burmese ground, ovoid form, decoration featuring a variety of flowers including a Dandelion and multi-colored leaves, original quadruple-plate mount, lacking cover.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
5 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
Purchased from Brookside Antiques, New Bedford, MA (retains label).
1005
MT. WASHINGTON FIRED-ON BURMESE NO. 2599 CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $200 - $300
opaque white with a fired-on Burmese ground and polychrome-enamel decoration, ovoid form with stylized floral decoration, original quadruple-plate mount and cover, with the cover stamped with the Pairpoint trademark, numbered "4400".
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
7 1/4" HOA.
Virtually undamaged with a single loss of one yellow bead causing a flake; mount and cover having some expected wear.
Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 2, p. 59, fig. 14-13. Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 117, bottom right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1006
MT. WASHINGTON HOBNAIL BURMESE CREAMER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
glossy, applied handle, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
5 5/8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 53, bottom left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1007
MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE SPOT-OPTIC RIGAREE BOWL,
Estimate: $100 - $200
plush, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
3 1/8" H.
Undamaged.
Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 34, top left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1008
MT. WASHINGTON FISH IN GOLD NET DECORATED BURMESE DOUBLE-HANDLED VASE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
plush with polychrome-enamel decoration, double-handled banjo form with No. 262/Fish in Net decoration, two applied handles with gilt decoration, applied foot, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
11 1/8" H.
Displays well; having significant cracking and restoration.
Parallels Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 194, fig. 9-18. Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 15, bottom right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1009
MT. WASHINGTON FIRED-ON BURMESE CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with a fired-on Burmese ground with polychrome-enamel decoration, ovoid form with Acorns and Oak Leaves decoration, original quadruple-plate mount and cover, with the cover stamped "M.V.".
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
7 1/4" HOA.
Undamaged with some isolated light wear, some expected wear to the mount and cover.
Parallels Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 2, p. 56, fig. 14-1.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1010
MT. WASHINGTON FIRED-ON BURMESE TOMATO MARMALADE JAR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with a fired-on Burmese ground, Tomato form with Acorns and Oak Leaves design, original quadruple-plate mount and cover.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
4" HOA.
Undamaged with some wear to the cover.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 91, top right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1011
MT. WASHINGTON FIRED-ON DECORATED BURMESE FIGURAL HAT,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with fired-on Burmese surface, polychrome-enamel decoration, floral decoration, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
2 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1012
MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $100 - $200
plush, comprising a bud vase, a Ribbed oil bottle with original pressed-faceted stopper, and a Diamond-Quilt toothpick holder.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1895.
2 1/2" to 10" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1013
MT. WASHINGTON FIRED-ON BURMESE MARMALADE JAR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with a fired-on Burmese ground, cylindrical form with Acorns and Oak Leaves design, quadruple-plate cover with embossed floral pattern and a branch grip, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Wasington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
5 1/8" HOA.
Glass undamaged; cover having some scattered wear and some light denting to the edge.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1014
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO SERPENTINE HANDLED WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $800 - $1,200
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, large bulged form with an applied gilt serpentine handle and a Lotus Flower design with raised gilt tracing to the edges of the stems and blossoms, green shadowed leaves to the background, signed to the underside with a Crown Milano trademark, numbered "567", polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
8" HOA.
Undamaged.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 110, bottom right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
Early Auction Company, 7/2012, lot 57.
1015
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO ARAB CAMEL BISCUIT/CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $300 - $500
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, No. 3910 square form, decoration depicting four camels and three men, with one riding, in front of two background pyramids and leaving a small desert village, numbered to the underside, "3910/530", original quadruple-plate mount and cover, cover signed with Pairpoint trademark and numbered "3910".
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1893-1905.
6 1/4" H, 5" SQ.
Undamaged with some light wear to the mount.
Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 2, p. 66, fig. 14-28.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
Timothy W. Conroy & Associates, 3/28/1998, lot 185.
1016
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO NO. 580 VASE,
Estimate: $300 - $500
opaque white with a tan exterior and polychrome-enamel decoration, swirled ovoid body with a Cactus Flower design with scrolling to the neck, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
7" H.
Undamaged.
Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 110, bottom left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1017
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO THISTLE VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $300
opaque white with a tan shadowed ground and polychrome-enamel decoration, squat form with two small figural leaf handles, Thistle design, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
4 1/4" H.
Undamaged.
Design as Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 140, bottom left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1018
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO DOUBLE-HANDLED VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $300
opaque white with a tan ground with polychrome-enamel decoration, double-handled urn form with figural leaf handles, gilt and black floral design with red-stained swirls, polished base, retains original paper label.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
5 5/8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 131, top right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1019
MT. WASHINGTON ENAMEL-DECORATED DEMITASSE CUP AND SAUCER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, each having matching floral and scrolling decoration, each signed to the underside with the Crown Milano trademark and numbered "603".
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
Cup: 2 1/4" H. Saucer: 5 1/8" D.
Undamaged.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 99, top left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1020
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO CHRYSANTHEMUM VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $400
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoraiton, ovoid form with an eight-scallop rim, Chrysanthemum design with a Chrysanthemum ground, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
5 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 100, top left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1021
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO ART GLASS CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $200 - $300
opaque white with alternating swirling tan columns with polychrome-enamel decoration, gilt Hawthorne decoration with applied gilt jewels, original quadruple-plate mount and cover, with the cover having stamped floral decoration with a small turtle grip, also stamped to the underside "M.V./4416".
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
4 3/4" HOA.
Undamaged with some isolated light wear.
Parallels Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, p. 65, fig. 14-23.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1022
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO ACORNS AND OAK LEAVES VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $300
opaque white with a cream ground and polychrome-enamel decoration, bud form with Acorns and Oak Leaves design, applied foot, factory-polished base.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
11 1/8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, p. 71, fig. 14-40. Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 131, bottom.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1023
MT. WASHINTON CROWN MILANO ENAMEL-DECORATED VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $300
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, bud form with gilt flowers with applied black and ruby jewels, mottled orange and yellow ground, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
9 7/8" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1024
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO NO. 580 VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $400
opaque white with a cream exterior with polychrome-enamel decoration, bulbous form with a swirled exterior featuring a floral design with blue stained swirls to the body and neck, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
6 1/8" H.
Nearly undamaged with a high-point flake to one rib at the mid-body, adjacent rib having some high-point roughness, some scattered light high-point wear.
Parallels Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, p. 72, fig. 14-44. Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 106, bottom left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1025
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO ENAMEL-DECORATED CUP AND SAUCER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with pink shading to the edges and polychrome-enamel decoration, each having matching floral decoration, each signed to the underside with the Crown Milano trademark and numbered "602".
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
Cup: 2 1/8" H. Saucer: 4 7/8" DOA.
Undamaged.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 100, top right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1026
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO DIAMOND-QUILT VASE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with some pale tan near the rim, gilt decoration, gilt vine and flower design, signed with the Crown Milano trademark to the underside.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
4 3/8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 106, top right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1027
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO MELON-RIB LILY BISCUIT/CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, Melon Rib from with Lily design, original quadruple-plate mount and cover having an embossed crab with a branch grip, cover stamped "M.V./4155".
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
6 5/8" HOA.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear.
Parallels Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, p. 65, figs. 14-24 and 14-25.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1028
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO DECORATED MARMALADE JAR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with a cream ground and butterscotch-stained ribs, with polychrome-enamel decoration, ovoid form featuring swirling ribs with Acorns and Oak Leaves decoration with butterscotch-stained scrolls, original quadruple-plate mount and cover, signed with the Crown Milano trademark to the underside.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
5 1/8" HOA.
Undamaged.
Parallels Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, p. 58, fig. 14-10.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1029
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO ENAMEL-DECORATED COVERED JAR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with a cream ground, gilt vine and flower decoration with amber stained scrolling, applied gilt figural leaf handles.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
4 3/4" HOA.
Undamaged. Having a small chip to the tip of the cover finial with the gilt being over top, as made.
Parallels Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 118, top right.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1030
MT. WASHINGTON ALBERTINE DECORATED MARMALADE JAR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with a cream ground and stained peach ribs with polychrome-enamel decoration, ovoid form featuring swirling ribs with Thistle design, original quadruple-plate mount and cover, with cover having embossed seashell and floral decoration, stamped to the underside "M.W.", polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
5 1/4" HOA.
Undamaged with some isolate light wear.
Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 123, top left.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1031
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO VASE,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with blue and white enamel decoration and blue-stained decoration, ovoid form with a floral design, scattered blue dots and vines with scrolling to the neck, signed to the underside with the Crown Milano trademark, numbered "51", polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
8 3/4" H.
Very good condition with a moderate chip to the edge of the foot, having some scattered surface wear.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1032
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO MELON RIBBED ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $300 - $500
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising a creamer and syrup pitcher, each having an eight-lobe body, matching floral decoration with amber floral shadows, matching quadruple-plate mount/lid, each signed to the underside with the Crown Milano trademark and numbered "513".
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
4 1/2" and 5 1/2" HOA.
Undamaged with some light wear to the silver-plate lids/mounts.
Sisk - Mt. Washington Art Glass, p. 103, bottom.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1033
MT. WASHINGTON CROWN MILANO EAGLE'S BEAK BOWLS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, each being squat form with a swirled pattern and floral decoration, each having four eagle's beak tabs, one being signed with the Crown Milano trademark, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1888-1895.
2 1/4" and 3 1/8" H, 2 1/2" and 3" DOA rims.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1034
MT. WASHINGTON FIG / BEET (OMN) CREAMER,
Estimate: $500 - $800
cased cranberry with polychrome-enamel decoration, plush/satin finish, original quadruple-plate mount with integral handle.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1893-1900.
3" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol 2, p. 292, fig. 12-26.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1035
MT. WASHINGTON FIG / BEET (OMN) CREAMER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, plush/satin finish, period quadruple-plate mount with integral handle.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1893-1900.
3 1/4" H.
Glass undamaged with scattered surface wear; mount having overall wear with some light bending and scratching to the edges.
Parallels Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 2, p. 292, fig. 12-25.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1036
MT. WASHINGTON DECORATED OPAL FINGERS BOWLS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising a globular form and a triangular form example with each having blue-tipped fingers and floral decoration, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Circa 1890.
2 1/4" and 3 1/2" HOA.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1037
MT. WASHINGTON DECORATED OPAL BISCUIT / CRACKER JARS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with a shaded blue or yellow ground, each having floral enamel-decoration, a quadruple-plate mount and lid.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1885-1900.
7" HOA.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1038
NORTHWOOD NO. 315 / ROYAL OAK CONDIMENT ARTICLES, LOT TO TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
rubina with the toothpick having a satin finish, comprising a sugar shaker with a period lid, and a toothpick holder.
Northwood Glass Co.
Pattern introduced in 1891.
2 1/4" to 4 1/8" H.
Shaker nearly undamaged with a small bruise to the interior of the mouth; toothpick having post-production polishing around the rim and scattered high-point roughness. Shaker having some discolored inclusions to the body, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1039
MT. WASHINGTON ENAMEL-DECORATED ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising a Mushroom flower frog with yellow shading and a cork stopper to the underside, and a squat-form vase with blue shading, each having floral decoration.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
2 1/2" and 3 1/8" H. Mushroom: 5 1/2" DOA.
Undamaged with some light surface wear.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1040
MT. WASHINGTON DECORATED OPAL TAB BOWLS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, each globular form with tab fingers at the rim and floral decoration, one having pink tips and the other yellow tips, polished pontil marks.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Circa 1890.
3" H.
Pink tipped undamaged; other nearly undamaged with a single sliver flake to the edge of one rim tab.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1041
MT. WASHINGTON DECORATED OPAL BOWLS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising two shaded tan lobed examples and a Diamond-Quilt with blue shading and a rectangular rim, each having floral decoration and a polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Circa 1890.
2 1/2" and 2 5/8" H, 4 1/4" to 4 1/2" DOA rims.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1042
SMITH BROS. ENAMEL-DECORATED SWIRLED AND RIBBED BISCUIT/CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $300 - $500
opaque white with a cream ground and polychrome-enamel decoration, square form with decoration depicting two crabs and a seashell amongst differing types of seaweed/sea grass, original quadruple-plate mounts with matching cover, signed with the Smith Bros. trademark to the underside.
Mt. Washington Glass Co./Smith Brothers.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
6 1/2" HOA, 4 3/4" SQ.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1043
SMITH BROS. SWIRLED AND ENAMEL-DECORATED BOTTLE VASE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with a cream ground and polychrome-enamel decoration,12 rib body with floral decoration, beaded rim, signed with trademark to the underside.
Smith Brothers.
Circa 1885.
6 7/8" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1044
SMITH BROS LOBED AND ENAMEL-DECORATED ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with cream grounds and polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising a biscuit/cracker jar, a covered dresser jar, and two other covered jars, three examples having a silver-plate lid, one having a matching glass lid, each having floral decoration, each signed with the Smith Brothers trademark to the underside.
Smith Brothers/Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Circa 1885.
3 1/2" to 4 1/4" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1045
LIBBEY DECORATED OPAL PLATE / PLAQUE MADE FOR THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with plush finish, featuring a hand-painted depiction of the "SANTA MARIA", inscribed "Copyrighted by / A. E. Smith" to right of title.
Decorated by the Smith Brothers for Libbey Glass Co.
1892/1893.
7" D.
Undamaged.
For other examples of this plate and mark see Wilson/Spillman - Mt. Washington and Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 2, p. 354, and Fauster - Libbey Glass Since 1818, (no page number), color figs. 6 and 8.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1046
NEW ENGLAND PEACHBLOW LILY VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $300
plush, three petal rim, polished pontil mark.
New England Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
12" H, 4 1/4" D foot.
Undamaged.
Parallels Billings - Peachblow Glass, p. 69, fig. NE7.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1047
WAVE CREST DECORATED OPAL ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising an Eerie Twist dresser jar with pink and yellow ground and floral decoration, retains interior lining, and a signed Nakara cracker jar with green ground and polychrome-enamel floral decoration, each having a period mount.
C. F. Monroe Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
3 1/2" to 4 1/4" HOA.
Undamaged with Nakara having scattered surface wear.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1048
WAVE CREST DECORATED OPAL DRESSER JARS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising an Eerie Twist with floral decoration and retaining the interior lining, and a signed "KELVA" example, each having a period mount. Together with an opaque white swirled inkwell with polychrome-enamel decoration. Three pieces total.
C. F. Monroe Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
2 5/8" to 3 3/8" H.
Undamaged with the inkwell having wear to the decoration.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1049
WAVE CREST EERIE TWIST CONDIMENT ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising two sugar shakers and a syrup pitcher, each having a period lid with the syrup having an integral handle.
C. F. Monroe Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
3" to 3 3/4" H.
Undamaged with the syrup lid being loose but not detached.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1050
WAVE CREST DECORATED OPAL ARTICLES, LOT OF SEVEN,
Estimate: $50 - $100
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising five dishes and two photo receivers, each having a period mount, five examples being signed to the underside.
C. F. Monroe Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
1 1/2" to 2 1/2" H, 2 3/4" to 3 1/4" D dish rims.
Undamaged with some examples lacking the interior lining.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1051
DECORATED OPAL BISCUIT / CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with a shaded blue ground, having a Queens-type beaded decoration, lacking a collar.
Probably Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
7 3/8" HOA.
Excellent condition overall with some scattered light flaking to the rim and some scattered wear.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1052
DECORATED OPAL GLASS BISCUIT / CRAKCER JARS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white with one having a tan ground, comprising a Mt. Washington example and a lobed Smith Bros. with each having floral polychrome-enamel decoration and a quadruple-plate mount and cover, Smith Bros. signed with trademark to the underside.
Mt. Washington Glass Co. and Smith Brothers.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
7" HOA.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1053
ASSORTED DECORATED OPAL GLASS BISCUIT / CRACKER JARS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $80
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising a Wave Crest Embossed Scroll and an unidentified Scrolling example, each having stenciled floral decoration.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
7" and 8" HOA.
Wave Crest undamaged; other having moderate overall wear, one side of the handle detached, finial on the cover being lost.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1054
DECORATED OPAL GLASS CONDIMENT ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising a Mt. Washington Ribbed toothpick holder, a Wave Crest pedestalled toothpick holder, a Wave Crest Tulip open salt, and a signed Smith Bros. Lobed open salt.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
1 1/4" to 2 1/4" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1055
ASSORTED DECORATED OPAL / CUSTARD GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with various shaded grounds and polychrome-enamel decoration, including a signed "SMITH BROS." ring vase depicting a stork in a wetland which is fitted into a quadruple-plate stand, a Crown Milano lobed creamer with Thistle decoration and quadruple-plate mount with integral handle, and a Mt. Washington Hat with floral decoration.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th century
2" to 8 3/4" HOA.
Undamaged with some examples having scattered wear; creamer lid detached.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1056
ASSORTED ART GLASS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF SEVEN,
Estimate: $50 - $100
including Gardner, "The Glass of Frederick Carder"; two examples of Paul, "The Art of Louis Comfort Tiffany" with each having a different dust jacket; Hibel/Fontaine, "The Handel Lamps Book"; and Meschi, "Durand: The Man and His Glass". Hard covers.
Each in excellent to undamaged condition with some minor imperfections to the dust jackets.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1056A
ASSORTED MT. WASHINGTON / PAIRPOINT GLASS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF SIX,
Estimate: $50 - $100
including a Wilson/Spillman, "Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vols. 1 and 2; Sisk, "Mt. Washington Art Glass"; and Billings, "Peachblow Glass". Hard and soft covers.
Good to excellent condition with Avila having tearing and losses to the cover; some having some bending to the edges of the pages.
From the Barbara White collection, Canton, NY.
1057
ASSORTED ART GLASS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF TEN,
Estimate: $50 - $100
including Feller, "Dorgliner: America's Finest Glass, 1852-1921"; Wilson, "Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass" Vol. 1; Sisk, "Mt. Washington Art Glass"; and Revi, "Nineteenth Centruy Glass". Hard and soft covers.
Each in excellent condition with some having wear to the cover; dust jackets having scattered tearing.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1058
PHOENIX-CONSOLIDATED ART GLASS VASES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
copmrising an opaque white Chrysanthemum with green and pink staining, and an opaque white Wild Geese pillow vase with a blue ground.
Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co. and Phoenix Glass Co.
Second quarter 20th century.
9 1/4" and 12 1/4" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1059
LALIQUE BIRDS ART GLASS RING DISHES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising three Lalique ring holders with frosted central birds, each signed to the underside. Together with a colorless Victorian Panel-Optic vase with polychrome-enamel floral decoration. Four pieces total.
France.
20th century.
2" to 8" H.
Each virtually undamaged with some minute nicking to each bird; vase undamaged.
1060
CONTINENTAL ENAMELED PEACHBLOW BRIDE'S BOWLS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $100 - $200
peachblow with a satin finish with each having matching decoration, fitted in a large quadruple-plate stand featuring a figural cherub standard supporting two wide arms and an upper removeable trumpet vase, stand unsigned.
Maker unverified.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
Stand: 21 1/2" HOA, 20 3/8" DOA. Bowls: 4" H, 9 1/2" DOA rims.
Bowls undamaged with some light wear; stand having a solder repair at the feet of the cherub and at the hands of the cherub causing the stand to lean, one arm support being detached from the curved arm, stand having scattered wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1061
VICTORIAN ENAMEL-DECORATED BRIDE'S BOWL,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white cased cranberry, having a rectangular form with polychrome-enamel decoration featuring floral sprays, fitted into a quadruple-plate stand marked for "MIDDLETOWN PLATE CO." and numbered "72".
European.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
Stand: 12 3/4" HOA. Bowl: 4" H, 6" x 9 1/2".
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1062
VICTORIAN CASED GLASS AND ENAMEL-DECORATED BRIDE'S BOWL,
Estimate: $100 - $200
opaque white to cranberry, having a quatrefoiled rim and polychrome-enamel decoration with floral design, fitted into a quadruple-plate stand marked for "PELTON BROS & CO.".
European.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
Stand: 13 1/4" HOA. Bowl: 3 3/4" H, 8 3/4" SQ.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1063
SHELL AND SEAWEED WATER CARAFE / BOTTLE,
Estimate: $50 - $80
cased pink with polychrome decoration, having a quadruple-plated mount.
Fostoria Shade and Lamp Company .
Pattern introduced in 1892.
8 1/2" H.
Nearly undamaged with a single minute flake resulting in a loss of one orange bead; mouth having some minor bending to the edge, wear to the interior of the mount.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1064
VICTORIAN CASED GLASS BASKETS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising two peachblow-type with one having scattered mica flakes, and an Raindrop air-trap mother-of-pearl example, each having an applied basket handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 1/2" to 9" HOA.
Air-trap handle having a few branch points being chipped/lost; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1065
ASSORTED VICTORIAN CASED GLASS ROSE BOWLS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a shaded cranberry with scattered mica flakes; a rubina with opal spatter and scattered mica flakes, and a multi-colored spatter with mica flake swirls.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/4" to 6 5/8" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1066
ASSORTED VICTORIAN CASED PEACHBLOW-TYPE VASES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
glossy peachblow surface with multi-colored applied decoration, comprising a pair of vases with blue applied flowers and a bulbous base example with pink and opal flowers. Together with a custard cased cranberry creamer with a folded over and ruffled rim. Four pieces total.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/4" to 8 1/4" H.
Bulbous base vase having a short crack and chip at the upper terminal of one handle; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1067
ASSORTED OPAQUE GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $80
comprising a Shaded blue Basketweave vase, a shaded blue Shell rose bowl, and a decorated opal sugar shaker lacking the lid.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century.
3" to 6 3/4" H.
Shell rose bowl being cracked to the base; remainder undamaged with the shaker having some surface wear. Shaker having some expected roughness to the rim, as made.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1068
SHELL AND SEAWEED ROSE BOWLS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising two shaded yellow and a shaded blue example, each having matching polychrome-enamel decoration. Together with a shaded blue Shell pattern rose bowl. Four pieces total.
Fostoria Shade And Lamp Company.
Pattern introduced in 1892.
3 3/4" to 5" H.
Blue Fostoria having a crack to the body; remainder undamaged with some having some interior wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1069
CUT-VELVET TYPE CASED GLASS VASES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
comprising three blue to white and a green to white vase. Together with a pink to white Stripe vase. Five pieces total.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
6 1/8" to 8 3/8" H.
Green virtually undamaged except for a flake to the edge of the mouth; one blue having a small bruise to the body; remainder undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1070
ASSORTED OPAQUE GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
opaque white and opaque blue, comprising a pair of blown-molded decanters with matching stoppers, a double-handled vase with flowering decoration, and a bulbous base vase with floral decoration.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century.
9 1/2" to 12" HOA.
One blue decanter having chipping to the interior of the mouth; one blue stopper having a crack to the extension; remainder undamaged with each having scattered wear. Stoppers having expected roughness to the end of the extensions, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1071
ASSORTED BLOWN PEACHBLOW ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
shaded opaque pink, comprising two blown pears, a darner, and a salt shaker with a period lid.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century.
2 3/4" to 5 3/8" HOA.
One Pear having the loss to the top of the stem; shaker having a couple of checks to the rim; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1072
BUCKEYE GLASS CO. No. 545 ROSE BLUSH (OMN) ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
glossy shaded pink, comprising a tankard pitcher and tumbler, a rose bowl, and a syrup pitcher with a period lid, each having matching floral gilt-decoration.
Buckeye Glass Company
Circa 1891.
3 3/4" to 10 3/4" H.
Undamaged with some having some light wear. Pitcher having a sizeable open bubble to the interior, tumbler having some roughness to the rim, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1073
VICTORIAN CASED AND APPLIED DECORATED GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising an opaque cased cranberry ribbed vase and thistle-form ewer, a custard rose bowl, and a custard vase with applied blue fruits and amber feet, each having applied floral or fruit decoration.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
4 3/4" to 10 1/2" HOA.
Vase and ewer undamaged; Rose bowl having some moderate losses to the flowers; footed vase having some flaking/sliver chipping to the tips of the feet.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1074
VICTORIAN CASED GLASS ROSE BOWLS, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
shaded cranberry, including two Swirled examples, and one having a polychrome-enamel decoration.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3 3/8" to 5" H.
Undamaged with some scattered surface wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1075
VICTORIAN CASED GLASS ROSE BOWLS, LOT OF SIX,
Estimate: $50 - $100
shaded blue, including two Swirled examples with polychrome-enamel decoration.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/4" to 5 1/2" H.
Undamaged with some scattered wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1076
ASSORTED VICTORIAN OPAQUE GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX,
Estimate: $50 - $100
opaque white, custard, and opaque blue, comprising a shaded deep red to opaque blue jack-in-the-pulpit vase, a shaded amber bowl with scattered mica, and two matching vases with applied foliate decoration.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3" to 8 1/4" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1077
VICTORIAN GLASS ROSE BLOWS, LOT OF SEVEN,
Estimate: $50 - $100
shaded yellow, including two with polychrome-enamel decoration and one having embossed flower petals.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/4" to 6 1/2" H.
Undamaged with some having scattered light wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1078
ASSORTED OPAQUE GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF NINE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
opaque white with polychrome-enamel decoration, including a Ring Vase with floral decoration, a Cosmos three-bottle condiment set, two miniature lamps, a covered butter dish, and two tumblers.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century.
3 3/4" to 8" HOA.
Many examples being undamaged; one miniature lamp shade being cracked; several examples having scattered flaking and chipping.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1079
FINDLAY ONYX SPOONER,
Estimate: $500 - $800
ivory onyx with raspberry flowers.
Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton.
Circa 1889.
3 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1080
FINDLAY ONYX COVERED SUGAR BOWL,
Estimate: $100 - $200
ivory onyx, with platinum flowers.
Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton.
Circa 1889.
5 7/8" HOA.
Excellent condition with expected light flaking and perhaps a minor sliver chip to the cover rim and the base rim.
Measell/Smith - Findlay Glass, p. 58, top left.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1081
FINDLAY ONYX ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
ivory onyx with platinum flowers, comprising a water pitcher, syrup pitcher with a period lid, and sugar shaker with a period lid.
Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton Co.
Circa 1889.
5 1/4" to 7 7/8" H.
Each being cracked to the body.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Jeffrey S. Evans (T/A GVA), 1/30/2003.
1082
FINDLAY ONYX TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $80 - $120
ivory onyx, with platinum flowers, comprising a creamer, spooner, and berry bowl.
Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton.
Circa 1889.
1 7/8" to 4 3/8" H. Bowl: 4" DOA rim.
Bowl having some scattered flaking and chipping to the rim; remainder undamaged. Creamer and spooner having some expected light roughness to the rim, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1083
WILD IRIS ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX,
Estimate: $80 - $120
opaque white with a shaded yellow and pink ground with green floral tips, comprising a water pitcher, syrup pitcher, tumbler, salt shaker with a period lid, and two bowls.
Maker unverified.
First quarter 20th century.
3 1/2" to 9" H.
Large bowl having a single chip to the exterior of the rim; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1084
SWIRLING MAZE WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $500 - $800
cranberry opalescent, shoulder form with tri-form folded and crimped rim, applied colorless handle.
Jefferson Glass Co.
Circa 1905.
10" H.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 170, fig. 811.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1085
FERN - WEST VIRGINIA WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $400 - $600
strong blue opalescent, four-lobed rim, applied handle with pressed feather design to upper terminal, polished pontil mark.
West Virginia Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
8 5/8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass A-Z, p. 169, fig. 794.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Joan McGee.
1086
OVERLAY WINDOWS GLASS PITCHER,
Estimate: $400 - $600
rose shaded to opal, cased colorless, globular form with a cylindrical neck, nine horiztonal bands of circular windows, applied colorless handle, polished pontil mark.
Harrach, Bohemia, now Czech Republic.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
8" H.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear. Having some scattered discolored inclusions to the interior with many not being visible from the exterior, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1087
OVERLAY WINDOWS GLASS PITCHER,
Estimate: $400 - $600
blue shaded to opal, cased colorless, globular form with a cylindrical neck, nine horiztonal bands of circular windows, applied colorless handle, polished pontil mark.
Harrach, Bohemia, now Czech Republic.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
8" H.
Virtually undamaged with a single minute flake to the body and some scattered light surface wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Tom Neale & Glenn Schlotfeldt.
1088
UNLISTED RINGED-FORM POINSETTIA WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $400 - $600
blue opalescent, unlisted tapered and ringed form, applied handle with a pressed feather design to the upper terminal.
Likely West Virginia, probably Northwood or Dugan.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
11 1/2" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 128, fig. 267.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Joan McGee.
1089
CHRISTMAS SNOWFLAKE - RIBBED WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $300 - $500
cranberry opalescent, having an applied colorless handle.
Northwood Glass Co./Dugan Glass Co.
Circa 1895.
8 7/8" H.
Virtually undamaged with a single minute flake to the exterior of the spout.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 171, fig. 828.
1090
SEAWEED WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $300 - $500
cranberry opalescent, square rim, applied colorless handle with a pressed feather design to the upper terminal of the handle.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co./Beaumont Glass Co.
Circa 1890.
8 3/8" H.
Undamaged.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass A-Z, p. 162, fig. 681.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Tom Neale & Glenn Schlotfeldt.
1091
POINSETTIA WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $300 - $500
cranberry opalescent, round crimped rim, applied handle with pressed feather design to the upper terminal.
H. Northwood Co.
Circa 1903.
9 3/4" H.
Undamaged with some light isolated wear.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 171, fig. 824.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Joan McGee.
1092
POLKA DOT - WEST VIRGINIA MOLD WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $300 - $500
cranberry opalescent, shouldered form with four-lobed rim, applied colorless handle with pressed-feather design to upper terminal.
West Virginia Glass Co.
Pattern introduced 1894.
9 1/8" H.
Undamaged.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 169, fig. 793.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
This example displays particularly fine color and contrast.
1093
PHOENIX ATTRIBUTED SWIRL OPALESCENT PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cranberry opalescent with polychrome-enamel decoration, globular form with a circular rim and tooled spout, matching floral decoration to each side, applied colorless handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
8" H.
Undamaged with some isolated light wear.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Glass, p. 44, pl. 97.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
The Marple reference shows an identically formed pitcher with matching swirls.
1094
OPALINE BROCADE / SPANISH LACE WATER PITCHER AND TUMBLER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cranberry opalescent, shouldered-form with three-section crimped and ruffled rim, applied colorless handle.
Northwood Glass Co.
Pattern introduced in 1899.
Pitcher: 9 3/4" H. Tumbler: 4" H.
Pitcher undamaged with some light interior residue; tumbler in excellent condition with a few flakes to the rim.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass from A to Z, p. 129, figs. 270, 271.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1095
REVERSE SWIRL TANKARD PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $400
blue opalescent, tankard form, applied handle.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th century.
10 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 164, fig. 710.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1096
PHOENIX DIAMOND-OPTIC CRAQUELLE TANKARD PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cranberry opalescent, tankard form with an applied colorless handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
8 5/8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 73, pl. 181.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1097
POLKA DOT - WEST VIRGINIA MOLD WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $400
blue opalescent, shouldered form with four-lobed rim, applied handle with pressed-feather design to upper terminal.
West Virginia Glass Co.
Pattern introduced 1894.
9 1/4" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass A-Z, p. 169, fig. 793.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Catalogue Note: This example displays excellent color and contrast.
1098
RIBBED OPAL LATTICE TANKARD WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
blue opalescent, applied blue handle with a pressed feather design to the upper terminal.
Northwood Glass Co.
Circa 1888.
10 1/4" H.
Undamaged with some interior residue. Having a discolored inclusion to the upper body, as made.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass A-Z, p. 166, fig. 743.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Joan McGee.
1099
HARRACH OVERSHOT AND MARBRIE LOOP PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cranberry with opal loopings, cased colorless with an overshot surface, mold-blown swirled rib body, with applied colorless reeded handle.
Harrach Glassworks, Czech Republic.
Circa 1890.
9 1/4" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels MDAP (ed.) Mergl - From Neuwelt to the Whole World / 300 Years of Harrach Glass, p. 255, right/ bottom row.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1100
PHOENIX WIDE STRIPE OPALESCENT GLASS PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
amber opalescent, globular form with cylindrical neck, applied amber reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
8 1/2" H.
Undamaged with some light scattered surface wear.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Glass, p. 93, pl. 227.
1101
BUTTONS AND BRAIDS WATER PITCHER AND TUMBLER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cranberry opalescent, shouldered form with hexagonal crimped rim and applied colorless handle.
Jefferson Glass Co. and Fenton Art Glass Co.
1902-1910.
Pitcher: 9 3/4" H. Tumbler: 3 7/8" H.
Undamaged. Tumbler having some minute roughness to the rim, as made.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 170, figs. 807, 808.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1102
HONEYCOMB OPALESCENT WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cranberry opalescent, shouldered form with a square rim, applied colorless reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Maker unverified.
Circa 1889.
7 1/2" H.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear. Having a few minor air bubbles to the underside of the exterior opalescence, resulting in a minute flake, all as made.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 129, fig. 268.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1103
SEAWEED WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
Sapphire/blue opalescent, triangular-crimped rim, applied handle with pressed-fan design to upper terminal, polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co./Beaumont Glass Co.
Circa 1890.
9 1/8" H.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 162, fig. 677.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1104
COINSPOT FIVE-PIECE WATER SET,
Estimate: $100 - $200
blue opalescent, comprising a water pitcher and four tumblers.
Beaumont Glass Co.
Early 20th century.
Pitcher: 8 3/4" H. Tumblers: 3 3/4" H.
Pitcher undamaged with some light surface wear; each tumbler having chipping and flaking to the rim.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, fig. 781.
From a Private Pennsylvania collection spanning nearly 30 years.
1105
POINSETTIA WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
green opalescent, round crimped rim, applied handle.
H. Northwood Co.
Circa 1903.
9 1/2" H.
Undamaged.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 128, fig. 267.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1106
PHOENIX WIDE STRIPE OPALESCENT GLASS PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
cranberry opalescent, globular form with cylindrical neck, applied colorless reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
7" H.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 93, pl. 227.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1107
OPALINE BROCADE / SPANISH LACE FOUR-PIECE WATER SET,
Estimate: $100 - $200
blue opalescent, comprising a shouldered-form water pitcher and three tumblers.
Northwood Glass Co.
Pattern introduced in 1899.
Pitcher: 9 1/2" H. Tumblers: 3 1/2" to 3 7/8" H.
Two tumblers having the rim ground down and polished; remainder undamaged with the pitcher having scattered wear.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass from A to Z, p. 129, fig. 271.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1108
DAISY AND FERN WATER PITCHER AND TUMBLER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
cranberry opalescent, shoulder-mold pitcher with flared crimped rim, colorless applied reeded handle.
Northwood Glass Co.
Circa 1898.
Pitcher: 9 1/4" H. Tumbler: 3 7/8" H.
Pitcher undamaged with some upper interior residue; tumbler in excellent condition with some scattered flaking to the rim.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 161, figs. 667, 668.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Joan McGee.
1109
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBNAIL NO. 5 JUG / PITCHER AND TUMBLER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
rubina verde opalescent (reacts under black light), applied Vaseline handle and polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1886.
Pitcher: 8" H. Tumbler: 4" H.
Undamaged. A couple of base hobbs being lightly tipped, as made.
Parallels Bredehoft - Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Glass, p. 89, bottom right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Pitcher purchased from Bonnie & Neil Kline.
1110
RIBBED OPAL LATTICE TANKARD WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
colorless opalescent, applied handle.
Maker unverified/possibly Northwood Glass Co.
Circa 1888.
10 1/8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass A-Z, p. 166, fig. 743.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Joan McGee.
1111
PHOENIX HONEYCOMB OPTIC PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
amber opalescent, circular rim, applied amber reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
7 1/4" H.
Undamaged with some scattered wear.
Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 87, pl. 217.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1112
POINSETTIA WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
blue opalescent, round crimped rim, applied handle with pressed feather design to the upper terminal.
H. Northwood Co.
Circa 1903.
9 5/8" H.
Undamaged with some interior residue.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 128, fig. 267.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1113
DRAPERY - BLOWN TANKARD WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless opalescent, applied handle.
Possibly Buckeye Glass Co.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
12 3/4" H.
Undamaged with some light interior residue.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 171, fig. 822.
The Michael Carter collection, Hanover, PA.
1114
SWIRL FIVE-PIECE WATER SET,
Estimate: $80 - $120
cranberry opalescent with each having a satin finish, comprising a water pitcher with a star-crimped rim and applied colorless handle, and four tumblers with a factory-polished rim.
Probably Northwood Glass Co.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
Pitcher: 8 1/4" H. Tumblers: 3 5/8" H.
One tumbler having a crack running across the base; remainder undamaged.
From a Private Pennsylvania collection spanning nearly 30 years.
1115
SWIRLING MAZE WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless opalescent, tooled ruffled rim, applied handle.
Jefferson Glass Co.
Circa 1905.
11" H.
Undamaged with some scattered surface wear and some interior residue.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass A-Z, p. 170, fig. 812.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Joan McGee.
1116
BUTTONS AND BRAIDS FOUR-PIECE WATER SET,
Estimate: $80 - $120
blue opalescent, comprising a water pitcher and three tumblers with a factory-polished rim.
Jefferson Glass Co. and Fenton Art Glass Co.
1902-1910.
Pitcher: 9 1/2" H. Tumblers: 3 5/8" H.
Undamaged with the pitcher having some isolated light wear.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 129, fig. 274.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1117
POINSETTIA WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless opalescent, round crimped rim, applied handle.
H. Northwood Co.
Circa 1903.
9 1/2" H.
Undamaged with some light interior residue.
Literature: Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 129, fig. 267.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1118
VICTORIAN DRAPED COLUMNS OPALESCENT WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
shaded cranberry opalescent to colorless, shouldered form, applied colorless reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 5/8" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1119
OPALESCENT SWIRL WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
blue opalescent, cylindrical form with a circular-crimped rim, applied handle.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
10" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1120
SWASTIKA - DIAMONDS AND CLUBS MOLD WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
blue opalescent, tankard form with an applied handle.
Dugan Glass Co.
Pattern introduced 1904.
11" H.
Having a U-shaped crack to the body in-line with the upper terminal of the handle, no further damage.
Heacock/Measell/Wiggins - Dugan/Diamond: The Story of Indiana, Pennsylvania, Glass, p. 95, fig. 407.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1121
DRAPERY - FENTON WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $50 - $80
blue opalescent, globular form with flared star-crimped rim and applied blue handle.
Fenton Art Glass Co.
Circa 1910.
9 1/2" H.
Undamaged with minor to moderate wear.
Parallels Whitmyer - Fenton Art Glass, p. 16, fig. 350.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1122
DAISY AND FERN - BALL-SHAPE MOLD FOUR-PIECE WATER SET,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a pitcher with crimped square-form rim and applied colorless handle, and three tumblers.
Northwood Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
Pitcher: 9 1/4" H. Tumblers: 3 3/4" H.
Pitcher undamaged with interior residue; two tumblers having a sliver chip, couple of flakes, and grinding to the rim; remaining tumbler in excellent condition with a few flakes to the rim.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 131, fig. 297.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1123
CHRISTMAS SNOWFLAKE WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cranberry opalescent, baluster form with a tooled rim and applied twisted reeded handle.
Northwood Glass Co. and Dugan Glass Co.
Circa 1895.
9 1/8" H.
Having a crack across the upper terminal of the handle, no further damage.
Heacock / Elmore - Opalescent Glass A-Z, p. 171, fig. 833.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1124
SEAWEED WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $50 - $100
colorless opalescent, applied handle with pressed-fan design to upper terminal, polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co./Beaumont Glass Co.
Circa 1890.
9" H.
Undamaged with having a slight purple tint.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 162, fig. 677.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1125
OPALINE BROCADE / SPANISH LACE WATER PITCHER AND TUMBLER,
Estimate: $50 - $100
colorless opalescent, shouldered form pitcher with an applied handle.
Northwood Glass Co.
Pattern introduced in 1899.
Pitcher: 9 1/2" H. Tumbler: 3 5/8" H.
Pitcher undamaged; tumbler in excellent condition with a few flakes to the rim.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass from A to Z, p. 129, fig. 271.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1126
OPALESCENT SWIRL PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless opalescent and cranberry opalescent, each being a shouldered form with a square rim and applied handle with pressed feather design to the upper terminal of the handle, polished pontil marks.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 3/4" H.
Undamaged with the colorless having some light surface wear.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 165, fig. 729.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1127
BUTTONS AND BRAIDS WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless opalescent and green opalescent, each being shouldered form with a hexagonal crimped rim and applied handle.
Jefferson Glass Co. and Fenton Art Glass Co.
1902-1910.
9 1/2" and 9 3/4" H.
Undamaged with each having some scattered surface wear and some interior residue.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 129, fig. 274.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1128
DAISY AND FERN - BALL-SHAPE MOLD WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless opalescent and blue opalescent, each having a crimped square-form rim and applied handle.
Northwood Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
8 3/4" and 9 1/8" H.
Undamaged with the colorless having some interior residue and scattered light wear.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A to Z, p. 131, fig. 297.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1129
NORTHWOOD SPATTER WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a colorless example with opal spatter, and a cranberry with opal spatter, each being globular form with a square rim and applied handle, each having a Panel-Optic pattern.
Northwood Glass Co.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1130
ASSORTED BLOWN OPALESCENT PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a green opalescent Swirl with a shouldered form with ruffled rim, and a colorless opalescent Ring Neck with a ruffled rim, each having an applied handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
9 1/8" and 9 3/8" H.
Undamaged with each having minor to moderate wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1131
ASSORTED OPALESCENT HOBNAIL GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a peach opalescent and a colorless opalescent with an applied green handle, each having a polished pontil mark.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
7 1/4" and 7 1/2" H.
Peach undamaged; colorless having several base hobs being tipped.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1132
DRAPERY - FENTON WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
green opalescent and colorless opalescent, each having a globular form with flared star-crimped rim and applied handle.
Fenton Art Glass Co.
Circa 1910.
9 1/4" and 9 1/2" H.
Undamaged with each having some minor surface wear.
Whitmyer - Fenton Art Glass, p. 16, fig. 350.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1133
ASSORTED COINSPOT OPALESCENT WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a colorless opalescent Three-tier, and a green opalescent Fenton No. 1653, each having an applied handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
9 1/2" and 11 1/2" H.
Undamaged with each having some scattered surface wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1134
SWIRL OPALESCENT PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a blue opalescent globular form with a square rim, and a rubina opalescent shouldered form with a square rim, each having an applied handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 3/8" and 8 3/4" H.
Blue example undamaged with moderate overall wear; rubina having several chips to the rim and moderate overall wear. Blue having a large open bubble to the interior of the rim, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1135
ASSORTED OPALESCENT GLASS WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a green opalescent Swirling Maze, a green opalescent Daisy and Criss-Cross, a colorless opalescent Fern, and a colorless opalescent Seaweed.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 7/8" to 10 1/2" H.
Each being cracked or having significant imperfections including the Seaweed example having a sizeable loss to the rim.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1136
ASSORTED OPALESCENT GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $80
various colors, comprising two Phoenix Dimaond-Optic, a Phoenix Overshot, and a Northwood Royal Ivy.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
5 3/4" to 8 1/2" H.
Each being cracked or having significant imperfections.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1137
OVERLAY WINDOWS GLASS CELERY VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $300
rose shaded to opal, cased colorless, slightly waisted cylindrical form, scalloped rim.
Harrach, Bohemia, now Czech Republic.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
6 3/4" H, 4 1/8" D rim.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Brookside Antiques, New Bedford, MA (retains label).
1138
VICTORIAN OPALESCENT GLASS JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT VASES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $100 - $200
green opalescent shaded to a soft blue opalescent at the rims, comprising a trumpet-form example with applied green rigaree to the body, and a waisted Diamond-Quilt example with a wide dimpled and ruffled edge.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
9 3/4" and 10" HOA, 4 1/4" and 8" DOA plume.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1139
VICTORIAN OPALESCENT GLASS JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT VASES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising a rubina verde opalescent (reacts under black light), and a Diamond-Quilt and shaded amethyst Swirl opalescent example with applied floral decoration and Vaseline (reacts under black light) petal feet.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
6 1/2" and 6 3/4" HOA.
Applied flower example having some flaking to the tip of one foot; otherwise undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1140
ASSORTED OPALESCENT STRIPE ROSE BOWLS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $80
comprising a shaded cranberry opalescent, Vaseline opalescent (reacts under black light), and a shaded blue opalescent, each having applied decoration. Together with a blue cased colorless spherical branch vase raised on applied colorless feet. Four pieces total.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/4" to 5" H.
Blue footed example being cracked to the body; Vaseline having a crack to across some of the applied decoration; cranberry having some losses to the applied decoration; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1141
OPALINE BROCADE / SPANISH LACE OPALESCENT ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless opalescent, blue opalescent, and Vaseline opalescent (reacts under black light), comprising two vases with a ruffled rim, two finger bowls with a factory-poilshed rim, and a water carafe.
Northwood Glass Co.
Pattern introduced in 1899.
2 3/4" to 7 3/8" H.
Vaseline opalescent bowl having some flaking to the rim; remainder undamaged with several having heavy interior residue.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1142
ASSORTED OPALESCENT GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF EIGHT,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless opalescent, blue opalescent, and Vaseline opalescent (reacts under black light), including a Swirling Maze bowl, a Bubble Lattice master berry bowl, and a Reverse Swirl water bottle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
1 3/4" to 8" H.
Most undamaged with the water bottle having post-production polishing to the rim, some having some light flaking to the rim, some having scattered wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1143
DOUBLE GREEK KEY WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
blue opalescent.
Nickel Plate Glass Co.
Circa 1892.
8 1/4" H.
Nearly undamaged with a single sliver chip to the interior of one rim point, chip does not effect the profile. Has an air-trap imperfection running across the upper terminal of the handle, as made.
Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 121, fig. 140.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1143A
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF 14,
Estimate: $50 - $100
including Heacock, "Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass" Books 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 9; Heacock, "Harry Northwood: The Early Years" and "The Wheeling Years"; and Heacock, "Dugan/Diamond: The Story of Indiana, Pennsylvania, Glass".
Each being in average to very good condition with many having tearing and wear, many having weak spines.
From the Barbara White collection, Canton, NY.
1144
POLKA DOT BITTER'S / BARBER'S BOTTLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
colorless opalescent and cranberry opalescent, each being a lobed form.
Northwood Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
7" and 7 1/4" H.
Undamaged with the cranberry having heavy interior residue.
Parallels Heacock/Elmore - Opalescent Glass From A-Z, p. 151, fig. 589.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1145
L. G. WRIGHT OPALESENT BITTERS / BARBER'S BOTTLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a cranberry opalescent Stripe with a period spout, and a Vaseline opalescent (reacts under black light) with interior cork, lacking spout, each being lobed form.
L. G. Wright Glass Co.
Mid-20th century.
7 1/4" and 8 1/4" HOA.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1146
ASSORTED DEW DROP / HOBNAIL BARBER'S / BITTERS BOTTLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $80
comprising two amber examples with one having a satin finish, one having interior cork, each lacking spout.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. and others.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
7" and 7 3/4" H.
Frosted amber undamaged; other having scattered hobs being chipped/lost.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1147
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBBS HOBNAIL BITTERS / BARBER'S BOTTLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
green and cased cranberry, polished pontil marks.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co. and others.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
7" to 7 1/4" H.
Green undamaged; remainder having a few to many chipped hobs.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1148
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS BARBER'S / BITTERS BOTTLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cranberry, comprising a lobed Diamond-Quilt with a metal spout, a blown-molded example with floral enamel decoration and a period spout, and a Spot-Optic. Together with a blown blue barber's bottle with gilt floral decoration. Four pieces total.
Various makers.
Late 19th and 20th century.
7 1/8" to 9 5/8" HOA.
Blue having some flaking/roughness to the edge of the mouth; remainder undamaged with the Spot-Optic having some interior residue.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1149
MT. WASHINGTON DIAMOND-QUILT ROSE AMBER (OMN) / AMBERINA WATER CARAFE/BOTTLE,
Estimate: $200 - $400
dimpled base with applied prunts to the sides, slightly conical neck with two applied rigaree rings, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1883-1890.
8" H.
Undamaged.
Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 161, fig. 8-16.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1150
MT. WASHINGTON DIAMOND-OPTIC ROSE AMBER (OMN) / AMBERINA PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
strong Alexandrite coloring to the rim just above the upper terminal of the handle, of cylindrical form with a ruffled rim and spout, applied amber handle, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1883-1890.
6 1/4" H, 3 1/2" D rim.
Undamaged.
Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 164, fig. 8-21.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1151
MT. WASHINGTON DIAMOND-OPTIC ROSE AMBER (OMN) / AMBERINA VASES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
each being a slightly waisted form with a scalloped square rim and polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1883-1890.
4 3/8" to 6 3/8" H.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear.
Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 159, fig. 8-15.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1152
MT. WASHINGTON SPOT-OPTIC ROSE AMBER (OMN) / AMBERINA TOOTHPICK HOLDER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
Alexandrite at the rim, globular form with an applied rigaree ring at the neck, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1883-1890.
2 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1153
MT. WASHINGTON ROSE AMBER (OMN) / AMBERINA ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising a Diamond-Optic tapered jug/pitcher, and a domed Spot-Optic creamer with a circular rim, each having an applied amber handle and polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1883-1890.
2 3/4" and 5 3/8" H.
Undamaged with some isolated light wear.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1154
MT. WASHINGTON PANEL-OPTIC ROSE AMBER (OMN) / AMBERINA HANDLED TUMBLER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
tri-form rim, applied amber reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co.
1883-1890.
3 3/4" H.
Undamaged with some isolated light wear.
Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 162, fig. 8-18.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1155
SIGNED LIBBEY PANEL-OPTIC AMBERINA GLASS VASE,
Estimate: $200 - $300
baluster form with a wide flaring rim, signed with an acid-stamped signature reading "Libbey", polished pontil mark.
Libbey Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
5 7/8" H, 6 1/4" DOA rim.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1156
LIBBEY ATTRIBUTED AMBERINA PANEL-OPTIC VASE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
central deep socket with wide rim, raised on a tapered base with a knop extension and a folded-over edge, signed at the base of bowl with the Libbey trademark and stating "Amberina".
Libbey Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
5 1/2" H, 7 5/8" D rim.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
Purchased from James D. Julia.
1157
EUROPEAN DECORATED AMBERINA FOOTED DISH,
Estimate: $50 - $100
folded-in rims with polychrome-enamel floral decoration to the interior, applied amber feet and rim, polished pontil mark.
Possibly Harrach Glassworks.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
4 H, 6 3/4" SQ.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1158
AMBERINA OPTIC PATTERN ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a Panel-Optic creamer with an applied amber handle with two crimps and a curl to the lower terminal, and a Swirl-Optic bowl, each having a polished pontil mark.
Mt. Washington Glass Co. and Libbey Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
Creamer: 4 1/2" H. Bowl: 2 3/4" H, 4 1/2" D rim.
Undamaged with the creamer having minor wear, bowl having moderate wear. Creamer having a burst bubble to the interior of the rim, as made.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1159
AMBERINA SPOT-OPTIC WATER CARAFES / BOTTLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
each being tapered form with one having applied amber decoration around the neck, each having a factory-polished rim.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
7 7/8" and 8 1/4" H.
Undamaged with the plain example having some interior residue.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1160
ASSORTED OPTIC PATTERN AMBERINA GLASS VASES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a Swirl-Optic cylinder vase with a tooled rim and applied amber rim, and a Spot-Optic celery vase, one having a polished pontil mark and a ground pontil mark.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
7 1/4" and 9 3/4" H.
Swirl example undamaged with some light residue settled at the base; Spot having a sliver chip to the exterior of one ruffle.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1161
ASSORTED AMBERINA GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a Swirl-Optic tumbler, a Spot-Optic mug, and a Panel-Optic tankard cream jug.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
2 3/4" to 5 1/2" H.
Mug having a small loss to the lower terminal of the handle; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1162
ASSORTED VICTORIAN AMBERINA PITCHERS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising a Phoenix globular Spot-Optic, a circular Spot-Optic, and a blown-molded Basketweave, each having an applied handle with the circular example's handle being blue.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
7 3/4" to 9 1/4" H.
Undamaged with the Basketweave having some roughness to the interior of the mouth.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1163
ASSORTED AMBERINA GLASS CELERY VASES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a deep ruby Swirled example and two slightly waisted examples.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
4 7/8" to 6 1/8" H.
Swirled example having a sliver flake and chip to the interior of the rim; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1164
VICTORIAN AMBERINA DRINKING ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising a water pitcher and five water tumblers with factory-polished rim.
Various makers.
Late 19th and 20th century.
Pitcher: 7 7/8" H. Tumblers: 3 5/8" to 4" H.
One tumbler having a sliver chip to the exterior of the rim; another having a small chip and flake to the rim; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1165
PHOENIX SPOT-OPTIC AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL SATIN GLASS WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
pale blue and cranberry, ball form with pinched sides, triangular-form rim, frosted colorless applied high loop handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
9" HOA.
Undamaged with some light isolated wear. Having a minor manufacturing imperfection at the spout, having a burst bubble to the interior of the pontil mark, all as made.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass p. 41, pl. 86.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1166
DIAMOND QUILT AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL CREAM AND SUGAR SET,
Estimate: $200 - $300
shaded blue, comprising a creamer and matching bowl with each having a ruffled rim and polished pontil mark, each fitted into a quadruple-plate stand marked for "TORONTO S. P. COMPANY" and numbered "1571".
Possibly Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
Stand: 10" HOA, 10 1/2" DOA. Cream and bowl: 2 3/4" to 5" H.
Undamaged with the glass articles having some scattered wear.
Parallels Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 260, fig. 10-54.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1167
DIAMOND-QUILT AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL CREAM AND SUGAR SET,
Estimate: $100 - $200
shaded cranberry, comprising a creamer and matching bowl with a ruffled rim, fitted into a quadruple-plate stand marked for "TORONTO S. P. COMPANY" and numbered "1577".
Possibly Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
Stand: 9" HOA, 8" DOA. Glass articles: 2 7/8" and 4 5/8" H.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear.
Parallels Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, Vol. 1, p. 260, fig. 10-54.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1168
PHOENIX SPOT-OPTIC AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL SATIN GLASS VASE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
pale blue and rose, dimpled sides with elongated neck and a tooled foot, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
12 3/4" H.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear. Having some expected light roughness to the rim, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1169
VICTORIAN HERRINGBONE AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL BISCUIT/CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
shaded cranberry with polychrome-enamel decoration, domed form with a blooming vine to one face and a butterfly to the reverse, having a silver-plate mount with a chain handle and matching cover, no signature located.
Maker unverified.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
4 3/4" H to top of cover, 3 1/8" H to top of rim.
Undamaged with scattered wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1170
PEACOCK EYE AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL SATIN GLASS COVERED JAR,
Estimate: $100 - $200
shaded blue with polychrome-enamel decoration, cylindrical form with floral decoration, metal mount with handle and cover with stamped decoration to the top and signed with English hallmarks to the underside.
Probably English.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
7 1/2" HOA, 4 3/8" H to top of rim.
Nearly undamaged with a small bruise to the lower body, having some wear to the decoration.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1171
RAINBOW DIAMOND QUILT AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL SATIN GLASS FOOTED BOWL,
Estimate: $100 - $200
white with three colors, triangular form with applied colorless decoration to the rim, three applied colorless feet, applied prunt to the underside.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
4" H, 4 1/2" DOA.
Nearly undamaged with the points of each foot having some post-production polishing.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1172
PHOENIX SPOT-OPTIC AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL SATIN GLASS DIMINUTIVE PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
shaded butterscotch, pinch bulbed body with a triangular rim, applied frosted colorless loop handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
5 3/4" HOA.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass p. 41, pl. 86.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1173
RAINBOW DIAMOND QUILT AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL SATIN GLASS PLATE,
Estimate: $200 - $300
colorless with opal stripes and three colors to the edge, etched "PATENT" to the underside, polished pontil mark.
Probably Thomas Webb & Sons.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
6 3/8" D.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1174
PHOENIX SPOT-OPTIC AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL SATIN GLASS WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cased blue to opal, ball form with pinched sides, triangular-form rim, frosted colorless applied high loop handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
10 1/2" HOA.
Undamaged with some scattered light wear.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass p. 41, pl. 86.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
Purchased from Joan McGee.
1175
VICTORIAN DIAMOND-QUILT AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
shaded orange and shaded cranberry, comprising a large vase with applied frosted colorless acorn and oak leaf decoration, and a squat-form pitcher.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
5 1/8" to 10 1/4" H.
Oak Leaf example undamaged; pitcher having a couple of surface bruises.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1176
ASSORTED VICTORIAN AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cased blue, comprising a Swirl bulbous vase with a waisted neck, and a Raindrop example with an ovoid body.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
6 3/8" and 7 1/8" H.
Each in very good condition with a couple surface bruises.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1178
ASSORTED AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL VASES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
shaded cranberry, comprising a Diamond-Quilt rose bowl, two Raindrop vases, and a Swirl bud vase.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
3" to 8 1/4" H.
Raindrop with small bubbles having a bruise to the surface; remainder undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1179
HERRINGBONE AIR-TRAP MOTHER-OF-PEARL ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
shaded cranberry and shaded blue, comprising two vases with one having enamel-decoration with a floral pattern and a single butterfly, a rose bowl, and a diminutive creamer.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/2" to 8 5/8" H.
Vases each having a few scattered surface bruising; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1180
VICTORIAN PELOTON BISCUIT/CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cased opaque white with a variety of applied colored threads, squat-rib form, fitted with a quadruple-plate mount and cover, numbered to the underside of the cover "4674/18".
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
4 1/4" H to top of the cover, 4 7/8" D rim.
Undamaged with some scattered wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1181
VICTORIAN PELOTON THREE-FOOTED BOWL,
Estimate: $80 - $120
colorless with a variety of colored applied threads, squat form raised on three matching feet, factory-polished rim.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/8" H, 5 5/8" D rim.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1182
PHOENIX PELOTON-STYLE DECORATED OVERSHOT WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
colorless with scattered applied colored threads, square body with circular rim, applied handle, and polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
Circa 1885.
8 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 52, pl. 121.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1183
PHOENIX-DRAPE VASE,
Estimate: $150 - $250
orange shaded to opal, baluster form with a ruffled rim with an applied amber edge, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
9 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Glass, p. 109, pl. 270.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1184
PHOENIX DRAPE-OPTIC PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
rose shaded to white, cased colorless, small globular form with a circular rim, applied colorless reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
6 1/2" H.
Undamaged with some scattered surface wear.
Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 79, pl. 200.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1185
PHOENIX DRAPE-OPTIC VASE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
rose shaded to opal, baluster form with a ruffled rim with applied amber edge, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
9 7/8" H.
Undamaged
Marple - Phoenix Glass, p. 109, pl. 270.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1186
PHOENIX KNOB-OPTIC / HOBNAIL PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
Burmese with a plush finish, bulbous form with a square rim, applied frosted colorless reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
4 5/8" H.
Excellent condition overall with a few hobs being chipped.
Marple - Phoenix Glass, p. 28, pl. 44.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1187
PHOENIX SPOT-OPTIC SPATTER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
shaded cranberry with heavy mottled opal spatter and scattered mica flakes, lobed-form body, star-form crimped rim, applied colorless handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
8 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 23, pl. 25.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1188
PHOENIX DRAPE-OPTIC SMALL PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
rose shaded to butterscotch, shouldered form with a ruffled rim, applied colorless reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
6 1/2" H.
Undamaged with a single minor manufacturing imperfection to the lower body, resembling a minor bruise, as made.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 79, pl. 200.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1189
PHOENIX DRAPE-OPTIC SQUAT PITCHER,
Estimate: $50 - $100
opal cased amberina, squat form with square neck, applied colorless reeded handle, and slight foot with polished pontil mark.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
6 3/8" H.
Having a 3/8" check to the body, an additional 1/2" overall radial crack to the lower body with thin arms, and a single minute flake to the side of the handle.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 79, pl. 200.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1190
PHOENIX SPOT-OPTIC SPATTER GLASS PITCHER AND TUMBLER,
Estimate: $50 - $100
colorless with maroon and opal spatter, pitcher being a deep shouldered form with a square rim, tumbler having a factory-polished rim.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
Pitcher: 8 1/4" H. Tumbler: 3 3/4" H.
Undamaged. Tumbler having some light roughness at the rim, as made.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 48, pl. 107.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1191
PHOENIX DRAPE-OPTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
rose shaded to opal, comprising a cylindrical vase with a waisted neck and ruffled rim with applied amber to the edge of the mouth, and a ovoid vase with applied colorless feet.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
5 1/4" and 7 1/4" H.
Ruffled vase undamaged; footed vase having a significant crack running from the rim. Footed having a surface open bubble, as made.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 79, pl. 200.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1192
PHOENIX DRAPE-OPTIC PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
amberina, comprising a shouldered form and a square-form example, each having an applied amber handle, polished pontil marks.
Phoenix Glass Co.
1883-1888.
7 3/4" and 8 1/2" H.
Squared form undamaged; shouldered having a short crack running from the rim at the upper terminal of the handle, some scattered chipping to the handle, and having surface wear.
Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 81, pl. 206.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1193
HOBBS NO. 319 / POLKA DOT WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
rubina verde (reacts under black light), applied Vaseline (reacts under black light) handle, polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced 1884.
8" H.
Nearly undamaged with a couple of flakes and a line of roughness to the handle, having light to moderate surface wear.
The Bredehofts - Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Glass, p. 70, top right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1194
HOBBS NO. 319 / POLKA DOT WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
rubina verde (reacts under black light), applied Vaseline (reacts under black light) reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1884.
7 1/8" H.
Undamaged with some light interior wear, minor reside settled at the base.
The Bredehofts - Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Glass, p. 70, top right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1195
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBBS HOBNAIL PITCHERS / JUG AND TUMBLER,
Estimate: $50 - $100
Pink Richelieu, pitcher having an applied handle, each with a polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1886.
Pitcher: 7" H. Tumbler: 4" H.
Each in very good to excellent condition with the pitcher having a few hobs being tipped/chipped; tumbler having a bruise to the rim. Pitcher having some scattered minor manufacturing imperfections, as made.
Parallels the Bredehoft - Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Glass, p. 89, bottom right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1196
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBBS HOBNAIL PITCHERS / JUGS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $100 - $200
rubina, each having an applied handle and polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1886.
7 1/2" and 7 7/8" H.
Example with most cranberry undamaged; other in excellent condition with just a few base hobs being tipped.
Parallels the Bredehoft - Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Glass, p. 89, bottom right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1197
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBBS HOBNAIL PITCHERS / JUGS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
Ruby/cranberry opalescent and Sapphire/blue, each having a square rim, applied handle, and polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1886.
7 3/4" H.
Each in excellent condition with the Sapphire having two hobbs being chipping; Ruby Opalescent having a loss of one hob.
Parallels the Bredehoft - Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Glass, p. 89, bottom right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1198
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBBS HOBNAIL WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
Frances decorated, each having an applied colorless handle, polished pontil marks.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1886.
7 1/2" and 8" H.
Larger nearly undamaged with a single hob being chipped; smaller in excellent condition with a few hobs being tipped/chipped.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1199
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBNAIL PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
colorless with Frances decoration, each having an applied handle and polished pontil mark.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1886.
6" and 7" H.
Smallest undamaged; tallest having some scattered hobs being tipped/chipped with a couple of isolated bruises.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1200
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBBS HOBNAIL TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $50 - $80
colorless with Frances decoration, comprising two spooners, a creamer, a celery vase, and an oval dish.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1886.
2 1/2" to 6 1/2" H. Dish: 6 1/4" x 9 1/8".
One spooner undamaged; remainder in very good to excellent condition with most having a couple to a few hobs being chipped; creamer having a bruise to the rim; dish having some interior residue.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1201
HOBBS NO. 323 DEW DROP / HOBBS HOBNAIL TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF 13,
Estimate: $50 - $100
colorless with Frances decoration, including four master berry bowls and an ice cream tray and ice cream dish. Together with a Hobbs Dew Drop sauce dish with a cranberry rim. 14 pieces total.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Pattern introduced in 1886.
1 5/8" to 3 1/2" H. Bowls: 4 1/2" to 8 3/4" DOA. Ice Cream Tray: 9 3/4" x 14 1/2".
Several bowls undamaged; several having some scattered flaking and/or chipping.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1202
HOBBS SNOWSTORM ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $100 - $200
rubina with a textured opal surface, comprising a bowl with a keyed rim and a rose bowl fitted into a quadruple-plate stand which is illegibly stamped to the underside.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Circa 1885.
5" to 11 3/4" HOA.
Undamaged with the stand having some scattered light wear.
Parallels The Bredehofts - Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Glass, p. 101, bottom right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1203
HOBBS NO. 326 / SWIRL ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
colorless with Frances decoration, comprising a tumbler, open sugar bowl, and two celery vases.
Hobbs, Brockunier & Co.
Circa 1889.
3 1/2" to 6" H.
Each in execellent condition with some scattered flaking to the rims.
Parallels The Bredehofts - Hobbs, Brockunier & Co., Glass, p. 110, top left.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1204
CUT VELVET WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
cased rose with opal interior, square rim, shouldered body, applied reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Probably Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Circa 1890.
8" H.
Undamaged.
Parallels Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, p. 256, fig. 10-47.
1205
CUT VELVET FLOWER BOWL,
Estimate: $80 - $120
cased rose yellow interior, circular form with six formed outer loops, three applied colorless crimped feet, polished pontil mark.
Probably Mt. Washington Glass Co.
Circa 1890.
3 1/4" H, 7" DOA.
Undamaged.
Parallels Wilson - Mt. Washington & Pairpoint Glass, p. 256, fig. 10-47.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1206
CUT-VELVET TYPE GLASS VASES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising three blue to white vases, and a green to white vase. Together with a cranberry to white double-handled vase with applied frosted colorless rigaree. Five pieces total.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
6 1/4" to 8 1/2" H.
Green undamaged; remaining examples having a couple to a few scattered flakes and/or sliver chips, one blue having a circular burst bubble/bruise.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1207
VICTORIAN PANEL-OPTIC AND ENAMEL DECORATED PICKLE CASTER,
Estimate: $200 - $300
cased cranberry with polychrome-enamel decoration, ovoid insert with floral decoration, fitted into a quadruple-plate stand depicting two children with open arms to the side and marked for "JAMES W. TUFTS" and numbered "3397", with tongs.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
Stand: 10" HOA, 4" SQ base. Insert: 4 3/8" H.
Excellent condition overall with the insert having a few minor flakes to the rim, stand having a single short split to the base edge.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1208
VICTORIAN BLURINA PANEL-OPTIC PITCHER,
Estimate: $100 - $200
blurina, shouldered form with a circular rim, applied blue handle, polished pontil mark.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
7 1/4" H.
Excellent condition overall with scattered wear, having a loss to the end of the lower terminal of the handle, having some light flaking to the lower terminal of the handle, probably as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1209
RUBINA SPOT-OPTIC WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
rubina with polychrome-enamel decoration, tankard form with a ruffled and folded rim, applied colorless reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 3/4" H.
Undamaged.
1210
HARRACH WIDE STRIPE - DIAMOND QUILTED OPTIC PITCHER,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cased pale cranberry with opal vertical stripes, swirled body, applied colorless reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Harrach Glassworks, Czech Republic.
Circa 1890.
8 7/8" H.
Undamaged.
MDAP (ed.) Mergl - From Neuwelt to the Whole World / 300 Years of Harrach Glass, p. 255, chart on the right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1211
WIDE STRIPE - DIAMOND QUILTED OPTIC WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $100 - $200
cased colorless with opal and butterscotch or rose vertical stripes, each tankard form with triangular-form rim, applied colorless reeded handles, and a polished pontil mark.
Probably Phoenix Glass Co.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
8 1/4" and 9 1/2" H.
Undamaged. Each having some minute roughness to the handles, as made.
Parallels Marple - Phoenix Art Glass, p. 51, pl. 119.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1212
VICTORIAN OPTIC PATTERN PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
amberina, comprising a shouldered Floral-Optic with a duck-billed spout, and a lobed Herringbone-Optic, each having an applied amber handle, polished pontil mark.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
8 1/4" and 8 3/4" H.
Floral Optic undamaged; Herringbone having some areas of post-production polishing to the edge of the mouth.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1213
POMONA SPOT-OPTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $80
colorless with each having a first-patent etching, comprising a punch cup and creamer, each having an applied handle and polished pontil mark. Together with a Pomona-type creamer with polychrome-enamel decoration. Three pieces total.
New England Glass Co.
Circa 1885.
2 3/8" to 4" H.
Creamer having a short crack across the upper terminal of the handle; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1214
ASSORTED VICTORIAN DIAMOND-OPTIC / DIAMOND-QUILT WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a rubina square form, and an amber shouldered form with an applied green handle, each having a polished pontil mark.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 3/8" and 9 1/8" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1215
VICTORIAN BOWL RAINBOW SWIRL VASE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
yellow, cranberry, and blue, cased colorless, globular base with a galleried and ruffled rim, polished pontil mark.
Maker unverified.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
5 1/8" H, 4" D rim.
Undamaged with some scattered wear.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1216
MEDALLION SPRIG WATER PITCHER AND TUMBLER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
blue shaded to colorless, pitcher with an applied handle with pressed fan design to the upper terminal.
West Virginia Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
Pitcher: 8 1/8" H. Tumbler: 3 7/8" H.
Tumbler undamaged; pitcher having some light post-production polishing to the rim.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1217
BOHEMIAN CRAQUELLED AND ENAMEL-DECORATED TANKARD PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
Vaseline (reacts under black light) with polychrome-enamel decoration, having a craquelled surface, depicting a stork standing in a wetland with flanking tall grass and foliage, applied reeded handle, polished pontil mark.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
6 7/8" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1218
VICTORIAN DECORATED PITCHER,
Estimate: $80 - $120
rubina with polychrome-enamel decoration, applied colorless reeded handle and a polished pontil mark.
Possibly Phoenix Glass Co.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
8 1/4" H.
Nearly undamaged with some light flaking to the handle.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1219
VICTORIAN SNOWSTORM-TYPE BISCUIT / CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
cranberry with a craquelled opal surface, lobed form with a silver-plate mount and cover, cover being monogrammed "H".
Maker unverified.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
6 7/8" HOA to top of the handle, 3 3/4" H to top of the rim.
Undamaged with scattered wear to the mount and cover.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1220
VICTORIAN EMBOSSED DRAPE CASED GLASS BISCUIT/CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
pink cased colorless with polychrome-enamel decoration, cylindrical form with drapery mimicking fabric, having flowering vine decoration, quadruple-plate mount with a chain handle and stamped cover, no signature.
Maker unverified, probably Bohemian.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
10" HOA to top of handle, 5 5/8" H to top of rim.
Undamaged with some light wear to the cover.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1221
BULGING LOOPS ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cased pink, comprising a water pitcher and creamer.
Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
4 1/4" and 9 1/4" H.
Undamaged with each having some scattered surface wear.
Parallels Murray - Fostoria, Ohio, Glass II, p. 133, fig. 11A, back row, second from the right.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1222
VICTORIAN HOBNAIL CASED GLASS WATER PITCHER,
Estimate: $50 - $100
shaded cranberry to opaque white, globular form with a cylindrical mouth, applied amber reeded handle, factory-polished table ring, polished pontil mark.
Maker unverified.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
8 1/4" H.
Undamaged with light to moderate surface wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1223
GUTTATE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cased cranberry, comprising a water pitcher, cruet with cut-faceted stopper, sugar shaker with a period lid, a salt and pepper shaker with a period lid, and a mustard pot with a period lid.
Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
2 3/8" to 9 1/4" H.
Toothpick having grinding and scattered flaking/chipping to the rim; mustard having moderate high-point wear; remainder undamaged except the stopper extension having some chipping; some having some minor wear. Shakers having expected roughness to the rims, as made.
Parallels Murray - Fostoria, Ohio Glass II, p. 141, fig. 111.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1224
VICTORIAN MARY GREGORY (SO-CALLED) DECORATED DRESSER JARS, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cranberry and blue with white-enamel decoration, comprising three circular and a rectangular form example, each depicting Victorian children in different settings, each having a period mount, one having wire feet.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
2 5/8" to 4 1/8" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1225
BEADED DRAPE SATIN GLASS BISCUIT / CRACKER JAR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
ruby satin, having a silver-plate mount and cover.
Pittsburgh Lamp, Brass & Glass Co.
Circa 1900.
8" HOA.
Undamaged with the cover having overall wear; mount having a couple of repairs at the handle terminals.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1226
VICTORIAN GLASS DIMINUTIVE PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising a blue Panel-Optic with an applied amber handle, and a shaded blue to opal cased colorless Phoenix Drape with applied reeded handle, polished pontil marks.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
5" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1227
OVERSHOT GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a blue globular form with an applied reeded amber handle, and a Harrach rubina Swirled example with an applied colorless reeded handle.
Harrach Glassworks and others.
Fourth quarter 19th century.
7" and 8 1/2" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1228
ASSORTED OPALESCENT GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
colorless opalescent, comprising a Hobbs Windows, and an unidentified medial swirl and ribs pattern example, each having an applied handle and polished pontil mark.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
8 3/8" and 8 1/2" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1229
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS WATER PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a cranberry eight-panel mold with polychrome-enamel floral decoration, and a blue Panel-Optic Ring Neck with polychrome-enamel floral decoration, each having an applied handle.
Northwood Glass Co.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
9 1/8" to 11 1/2" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1230
ASSOTED VICTORIAN GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $80
comprising a colorless bamboo-form with polychrome-enamel decoration depicting a fish in a seascape, and a blue Northwood Oriental Poppy water pitcher.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century.
8 3/4" and 13 1/4" H.
Oriental Poppy having a crack across the handle; remaining undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1231
ASSORTED VICTORIAN RUBINA GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $80
comprising a Martele-Optic with applied reeded handle, and a Northwood Panelled Sprig with an applied handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
9" and 9 1/2" HOA.
Panelled Sprig having a crack across the upper terminal of the handle; Martele-Optic undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1232
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $80
comprising a colorless opalescent Coinspot, a rubina Diamond-Optic, and a pink Spot-Optic, each having an applied handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/first quarter 20th century.
7 1/4" and 9 1/2" H.
Undamaged with a couple having some light wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1233
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a cased lemon Diamond-Quilt, an satin amber to opaque white Swirl, and a dimpled yellow and opal pitcher, each having an applied reeded handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
6 3/4" to 8 1/2" HOA.
Undamaged except for a few minute flakes to the spatter pitcher's handle.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1234
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS PITCHERS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a blue Spot-Optic, an unpatterned cranberry squat form, and a cranberry Panel-Optic example with an applied twisted-rope handle, each having a polished pontil mark.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
6" to 8" H.
Undamaged with each having scattered wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1235
ASSORTED GLASS BOWLS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising a cranberry opalescent Chrysanthemum Swirl master berry bowl, and a large lobed bowl with maroon and opal mottling and swirling.
Various makers.
Late 19th/first quarter 20th century.
2 3/4" and 5" H, 7 5/8" and 10 1/2" DOA.
Lobed bowl undamaged; Chrysanthemum having scattered flaking/chipping to the rim.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1236
VICTORIAN SWIRLED GLASS ROSE BOWLS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a pale blue opalescent Swirl with polychrome-enamel floral decoration, and a matching amethyst opalescent with applied floral decoration. Together with an orange Panel-Optic basket with polychrome-enamel decoration featuring a small bird with eggs and a flowering vine. Three pieces total.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
5" to 6 1/4" HOA.
Undamaged with some having some light wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1237
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS VASES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a clambroth tall pedestalled urn form with decoration depicting a flying bird within a foliate wreath, and an acid-etched tall floriform example with polychrome-enamel floral decoration.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century.
13 3/4" and 13 7/8" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1238
FLORETTE / QUILT ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cased pink, satin finish, comprising a biscuit/cracker jar with period mount and cover, and a covered dresser jar.
Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
3 3/4" to 7 1/4" H to top of cover finial.
Biscuit jar with the mount detached, some light surface wear; jar in excellent condition overall with some flaking to the base and cover rim. Biscuit having some expected roughness to the rim, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1239
VICTORIAN BLOWN GLASS JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT VASES, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a green example with opal frit decoration and a pressed-patterned foot, and a cranberry cased colorless trumpet form with a ruffled edge.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
9" and 10 1/4" HOA.
Green undamaged; cranberry having a single small chip to the edge of the foot.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1240
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS BOWLS, LOT OF TWO,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a Hobbs cranberry Dew Drop bowl with an applied opaque white rim, and a cranberry Spot-Optic example with a crimped rim, polished pontil mark.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/4" and 4 1/4" H, 9" and 9 1/4" DOA rims.
Undamaged with the Spot-Optic bowl having moderate overall wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1241
ASSORTED VICTORIAN TWISTED-ROPE GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $100 - $200
comprising a cranberry Spot-Optic water pitcher, a rubina Spot-Optic creamer, and a cranberry opalescent Coinspot pitcher, each having an applied colorless twisted-rope handle and a polished pontil mark.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
4 1/4" to 7 1/2" H.
Undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1242
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS BASKETS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $80
comprising a white cased cranberry Hobnail, a opaque white with purple and yellow swirled, and a opaque white an amber with scattered mica flaking, each having an applied handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
4 1/2" to 6" HOA.
Purple and yellow swirl having the top of the handle being ground down; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1243
ASSORTED GLASS VASES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a signed Mont Joye green aventurine vase with gilt decoration, a green Panel-Optic vase with floral decoration, and a shaded blue and frosted colorless Embossed Diamond trumpet vase fitted into a cast metal base.
Various makers.
Late 19th/first quarter 20th century.
8 5/8" to 11 3/4" HOA.
Undamaged with the Victorian vases having scattered wear.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1244
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cranberry, comprising two Spot-Optic pickle casters with one being fitted into a quaduprle-plate stand, and a Spot-Optic enamel-decorated biscuit jar, each having a period lid, two having tongs.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
7 1/4" to 13 7/8" HOA.
Undamaged except the tall pickle caster stand having two small splits to the side; glass having some minor wear to the decoration.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1245
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS BASKETS, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $80
comprising a rubina overshot heart form, a pink opalescent with an applied green rim, and a shaded blue overshot example, each having an applied basket handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
5 1/2" to 6 7/8" HOA.
Heart form having a crack to the body near one terminal of the handle; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1246
FLORETTE / QUILT ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cased pink, satin finish, comprising a water pitcher, creamer, and celery vase.
Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co.
Circa 1894.
2 7/8" to 7 1/4" H.
Creamer having some flaking and chipping to the rim; remainder undamaged.
Murray - Fostoria, Ohio Glass II, p. 133, fig. 11A.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1247
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising a cased blue Honeycomb vase with a ruffled rim; a cased white Peloton flower vase with multi-colored applied threads, an Italian Peachblow-type cream jug, and a Yellow with opal spatter pefume bottle with gilt stopper.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/early 20th century.
2 5/8" to 6 3/8" H.
Undamaged.
From the collection of Peter Thrall, St. Johns, FL.
1248
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
various colors, including a Blurina Spot-Optic vase, a cased cranberry Bohemian ice bucket, and a shaded yellow Phoenix Drape diminutive pitcher.
Various makers.
Fourth quarter 19th/first quarter 20th century.
4" to 7 1/4" H.
Undamaged with the blurina having scattered surface wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1249
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS VASES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $80 - $120
comprising two peachblow vases with blue interiors, a Rubina Verde opalescent (reacts under black light), and a colorless controlled-bubble with applied cranberry threads at the rim, each having a polished pontil mark.
Various makers.
Late 19th/first quarter 20th century.
5 1/2" to 8 1/4" H.
Smaller peach blow having a small chip and a couple of flakes to the rim; threaded having some minor losses to the threading; remainder undamaged with the Rubina verde having some interior residue.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1250
VICTORIAN CASED AND ENAMEL-DECORATED GLASS EWERS, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cased blue and cased cranberry with polychrome-enamel decoration, comprising three lobed form and a baluster-form, each having floral decoration and applied handles.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
9" to 12 3/4" HOA.
Undamaged with some having some minor surface wear. One blue having an elongated open bubble to the interior of the mouth, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1251
ASSORTED GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a pair of Imperial Peachblow vases with a satin finish, a Blenko Tangerine conical vase, and a satin translucent green perfume bottle with a period pressed stopper.
Various makers.
19th and 20th century.
5 1/2" to 8" H.
Undamaged with each having some scattered light wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1252
VICTORIAN CASED AND ENAMEL-DECORATED GLASS VASES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
blue to white, comprising a pair of lobed examples, a ribbed having a ruffled rim, and a compressed ovoid form with the Harrach trademark to the underside, each having floral decoration with the ovoid featuring a perched bird.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
4 1/4" to 6 7/8" H.
Undamaged with some having some light wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1253
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS BASKETS, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
various colors, including a custard cased cranberry with applied pressed birds to the sides of the handles; a shaded blue opalescent Stripe, and a green craquelle, each having applied decoration.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
9" to 11 3/4" HOA.
Basket with birds having a large area of the feet/base being glued and reapplied, having additional chipping to the tips of the feet; orange example having some chipping/losses to the feet; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1254
ASSORTED BLOWN GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising a cranberry flip glass, a smoky green-footed dish, a Murano cased diminutive pitcher and an emerald green decanter with original stopper.
Various makers.
19th and 20th century.
5" to 9 1/2" HOA.
Undamaged with some examples having scattered surface wear.
1255
ASSORTED VICTORIAN CASED GLASS VASES, LOT OF FOUR,
Estimate: $50 - $100
comprising two shaded yellow pair of vases, a shaded cranberry ovoid form with applied frosted colorless feet and having polychrome-enamel decoration, and a shaded cranberry tall thistle-form example.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
5 7/8" to 11 3/4" H.
Undamaged with some having some surface wear.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1256
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS BOWLS, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $80 - $120
various colors, including a Spot-Optic Rainbow Swirl, a cranberry Nailsea example with opal loopings, and a Swirled amberina Spot-Optic, most having a factory-polished rim.
Various makers.
Late 19th/first quarter 20th century.
2" to 2 5/8" H, 4 3/8" to 5 3/4" DOA.
Each in nearly undamaged to undamaged with a couple having a flake or two the rim.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1257
ASSORTED VICTORIAN GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $50 - $80
various colors, including a pair of Vaseline opalescent trumpet vases fitted into silver-plate stands; a shaded pink opalescent Stripe ewer with applied decoration, and a blue swirled vase with applied colorless opalescent petals at the rim.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
7" to 10" HOA.
Vaseline trumpet having a sizeable loss to one petal; remainder undamaged with the trumpet-forms having some corrosion.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1258
ASSORTED VICTORIAN SWIRL GLASS BASKETS, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
various colors, including a Candy Stripe, an Embossed Pinwheel, and a green and opal Swirl, each having an applied basket handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
4 7/8" to 8 7/8" HOA.
Candy Stripe having a couple of flakes to the rim; remainder undamaged.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1259
ASSORTED VICTORIAN SPATTER / SWIRL GLASS BASKETS, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
various colors, including a maroon and opal Swirl, the remaining having spatter decoration with one having an embossed swirl pattern and another exterior threading, each having an applied basket handle.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
5 1/2" to 7 3/4" HOA.
Undamaged. Some having some light roughness to the rim, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1260
ASSORTED VICTORIAN APPLIED DECORATED GLASS ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE,
Estimate: $50 - $100
cranberry and pale green, comprising three vases, a footed bowl, and a threaded ewer, each having applied decoration such as feet, rigaree, or figural handles.
Various makers.
Late 19th/early 20th century.
3 1/2" to 7 7/8" H.
Undamaged. Green vase and ewer having some light roughness to the rim, as made.
The Dean & Leann Lindsey collection, Phoenix, AZ.
1261
BACCARAT ROSE TIENTE SWIRL DRESSER A