Waterford crystal spirit decanter in "Lissadel" pattern, a modern take on their classic "Lismore" design. 4" x 4" x 10". We have a good selection of stemware, barware and decorative crystal by Waterford, Steuben, Baccarat and Lalique.
Enormous Chinese Jade Tree. Each leaf, bud and petal is individually hand crafted and then painstakingly wired together to create a lush, ever-blooming peony plant. Plated in a robin's egg blue Chinese cachepot. 22" x 24" x 34"
Antique, terra-cotta, French olive jar glazed deep green. Wonderful rustic accent (floor or table top) that compliments fine upholstered and wood furniture from any period or style. 13" diameter x 20.5" tall
Gerrit Kam, Delft, vase: 18th C. 9" x 21"
Baccarat crystal "Harmonie" ice bucket. In these days of intimate entertaining you should use only the best. Hand etched lead crystal with chrome handle. Made in France. 4-15/16" tall.
"Dancing Waves" glass sculpture from Tsunami Series of renowned glass sculptor David Wight. The awesome power and terrible beauty of the ocean is captured by Wight's masterful control of his medium. His waves appears frozen in mid crest and posted to crash. >>
The Guineafowl is a large and peculiarly attractive bird from Africa that became a soup tureen in Italy. The live specimen do not lemons growing on their backs. Hand painted porcelain. Ladle included. 15" x 8" x 8.75"
This large, Steuben crystal vase is truly unique. It is an artist proof—one of three—of a design that never went into production. They had only the best. Steuben Glass: 1993. 8" x 14-5/8"
Unique Spider and Fly etched art glass bowl from Studioglas Stromberg's Hyttan, Heavy crystal cut-to-clear minutely detailed spider bearing down on a hapless fly on a spiraling web. Designed by Hakan Gunnarsson, engraved by Bo Swahn. Made in Sweden, 1995. 15-5/8" x 14-3/8" x 3-5/8"
Robert Venturi "Village" tea service. Architect and industrial designed Robert Venturi fulfilled his commission from Swid Powell with his whimsical, Post Modern coffee pot (9" x 5" x 10"), pitcher (7.25" x 4.6" x 3") and covered sugar bowl (2.5" x 3" x 3") shaped like fairy tale buildings. Swid Powell, New York: 1983.
Fused glass plate/ vase with stand. Pretty green and blue flecked with other colors make this glass artwork beautiful by itself--especially when backlit--but there's a pocket at the top for adding fresh and dried flowers. 15" x 4" x 18.5"
LYNN CHASE FRONTIER WILDLIFE PLATES
The animals on these 6 American Pages plates are taken from 19th Century sketches by naturalists exploring the American West. The animals are: bobcat, pronghorn antelope, mountain lion, bighorn sheep, grizzly bear and elk. You may display these on a table, in a cabinet or on the wall as an alternative to art. Made by Lynn Chase Designs, 1997, in Thailand. 9" diameter.
Pair of Baccarat crystal candlesticks. This is a very old pattern. Marie Antoinette an Empress Josephine could have had pairs just like this. Very heavy lead crystal, made in France. 5" x 9"
Williams Sonoma salad set. In the style of old fashioned majolica glazed verdant green with a broad yellow stripe. Six 9" plates; Bowl 14.5 x 5, Platter 16.25.
Monumental art glass masterpiece. The exterior of this massive crystal bowl is smooth planes and the interior is textured like chipped ice and has two cobalt hemispheres. Twelve more crystal blocks allow you to add additional height and change the profile. It sits on a square cobalt glass base. Artist unknown. 26.5" diameter, 13 tall; weight @ 300lbs.
Candlesticks are an iconic Mid-Century design by Murano glass master Gino Cenedese. Set of 3. Made in Italy. 5" x 9", 5.25" x 12, 7.5" x 15".
Truly extraordinary "Nine Peach" fish bowls. The pair of very pale celadon bowls are modeled with large peaches, long leaves and gnarled stems high relief. Highest quality craftsmanship and superb condition. Includes rosewood stands. @19" diameter x 13" tall, 21" on stand.
Grand, Mettlach covered punch or wassail bowl on matching tray. The perfect vessel for serving mulled wine, and when you're not wassailing a magnificent centerpiece. Primarily cream, olive green and pink and decorated with fruit and vignettes of merry gnomes. Germany, circa 1890. Mettlach and Villeroy and Boch markings. Punch bowl 16" x 12" x 15. Tray 17.25"
Yellow glaze charger in the style of Qianlong period. In the center of the large, shallow bowl are ducks swimming among lotuses. The lip is decorated with more lotuses and masses of flowers. Quianlong stamp on bottom. 15" diameter, 2.75" depth.
Pair of antique majolica urns by Minton. We adore love the luscious colors— robins egg blue and lavender with bright green and ochre. Decorated with laurel wreaths tied with flouncing ribbons. The molding is meticulous and the condition is nearly perfect. Made in England, 1875. 14.2" x 12.6" x 13" tall.
We put some glasses next to this Murano glass pear so you can appreciate the size of it. Blue-black with fine stripes and white deckle, It almost looks like granite. White leaf and swirled stem appliqué. Made in Italy. Approx. 11" x 19"
Pair of large Cantonese style vases with golden dragons on blue figured background. In the reveals are finely painted vignettes of birds and peonies. Vivid pinks and blues are trending accent colors in contemporary decor. About 50 years old. 10" diameter, 25" tall.
Yuan dynasty style vase with sublime blue and white decoration. A lone sparrow sings her song from a branch of a gnarled old cherry tree covered in masses of blossoms. 5.5" diameter x 14" tall.
Made in Italy for Neiman Marcus—hand painted, covered, casserole. The top is mounded with red onions , peppers, garlic and eggplant. More decorative than useful, but what's wrong with that? 14" x 10" x 9.25" tall.
Very large Murano vase combining traditional and modern Venetian glass styles and techniques. The gold flecked bowl is decorated with clear swags with colored lines inside. 8" diameter x 20-3/8" tall.
The pineapple is a traditional sign of hospitality so your Swarovski crystal pineapple should be wear your guests can admire it. Faceted, cut Austrian crystal with gold fronds. Made in Austria. 4-1/8 tall.
Say “slainte!” with extra good cheer over cocktails in these Lismore double old fashioned glasses from Waterford. Lismore is the crystal maker’s most popular hand cut pattern. The large tumbler holds 12 oz and is 4-3/8” tall. Set of 6.
Fine, old, Chinese cachepot with blue and white decoration. It shows phoenix birds with swallows, cranes and other birds among trees and flowers. 16” x 14”.
Home decor items designed by Jay Strongwater are sold at Neiman Marcus and some other stores even more exclusive. And we do too, pre-owned. Here are 2 vases, a perfume and covered jar from his golden Arabesque collection, decorated with enamel and Swarovski crystals. We also have several frames and other items.
Ceramic charger painted with a tulip viewed from the underside. Rich yellow and red. Especially nice accent in your kitchen. Wrought iron stand included. 20.25" diameter.
Collection of Murano glass--many pieces bought in Venice. Many styles, techniques and studios are represented including a Franco Moretti toucan, harlequin millefiori vases and a rough style of glass that reminds one of Gustav Klimt paintings.
Murano glass pear shapely and colorful exemplar of the glassmaking arts. Blue and pink sommerso with gold dust and controlled bubbles, and applied green leaf. Made in Venice, Italy: mid 20th C. 4.75" x 4.5" x 7" tall.
Wyndham crystal bucket for chilling wine or holding ice for drinks. Made by Tiffany & Co. 7-3/8” x 8-1/2” x 7-1/4”
Huge Chinese Famille Rose fish bowl. The biggest bowls we've ever seen—31" around, 25" tall. The outside is decorated with lush florals and the inside with koi and aquatic plants. For use as a planter or fountain, or add a base and glass to make a table. We have 2.
Another view of our enormous and exquisite Cantonese fish bowls. 31" x 25.
Large art glass piece shaped and patterned like a turtle shell will be stunning displayed on a console or credenza. This decorative art was created using several techniques of glass enameling and fusing to create a myriad of layered textures and patterns in subtle shades of silver and bronze. Artist signed. 28” x 21” x 3” deep.
Murano glass freeform, twist lamp in the manner of Flavio Poli. The base of purple summerso glass with blue ribs was formed with a quick half twist. It has the appearance of being still molten and about to collapse. Flavio Poli designed lamps like this for Seguso. Made in Italy: 1950s. 6" base, 19" to top of socket, 29" overall height. Shown with opalescent, silvery silk shade.
Festive, hand painted, imported pottery to decorate your lanai and every room of your home. Left: Round footed planter from Alfonso Alcaide, Cordoba, Spain; 13.25" x 14". Right: Deruta oil jar by Toscana, Deruta, Italy; 11" x 12.5"
Very large art glass bowl by cliff Goodman. The colors are ravishing! Lavender fading into violet on the outside. Deep teal, violet and indigo on the inside. Goodman is a central figure in the Seattle art glass movement. Made at Seattle Glassblowing Studio, early 21st C18.5" diameter, 8" tall.
Massive art glass vase by Luigi Onesto for Oggetti. Sommerso tears of black and pink with smoke and pink swirls. Signed. Very heavy. 9” x 3-7/8” x 12 tall.
Antique Emile Gallé cameo glass bowl. Art Nouveau style etched red primroses against yellow background.
This abstract, art glass shell is the perfect choice for an accent that goes against a wall. The snail swirl is finished in shimmering blues and black enamel and sits in its own wrought iron stand. Artist unknown. 15" x 3-3/4" x 15".
Sometimes it is sad when a consignor is downsizing and has to give some beautiful and beloved objects. But that is good news for you because you can acquire them a fraction of their retail value.
For example: a Lalique eagle head in frosted crystal from France. Just one of the treasures you'll find here every day.
Massive Baccarat Crystal Edith vase. 11-3/4 tall, 7" across and weighing about 12 lbs. Faultless, clear lead crystal, made in France.
Pair of classic Chinese vases glazed in gleaming, deep, carmine red. Perfect for a mantle or console. Individually hand thrown white porcelain. 7" x 18.5", 7" x 19"
Lundberg Studios Starry Night vase. Trumpet vase is deep cobalt blue with white stars outside and iridescent gold inside. Hand made at Lundberg Glass Studios, Davenport, CA. 6-3/8" diameter x 10-7/16" tall
Herend hunky Hungarian fisherman Figurine of a handsome Magyar fisher with his net full of fish needs to be on a high shelf to fully appreciate his well formed good looks. Herend markings on underside. Made in Hungary: dated 1942. 5-3/4" x 3-7/8" x 7"
Set of 3 glass candlesticks by Murano glass artist Giulino Tosi. Several generations of Tosi have created beautiful art glass on the island of Murano in the Venice Lagoon. Each tall curve of cased glass is signed. 7.5, 12 and 17 inches tall.
VILLEROY & BOCH EDEN and EDEN EVE
The Eden patterns by Villeroy & Boch are inspired by European wild flowers. The two patterns can be mixed and matched to set a beautiful table for 12. Over 100 pieces. Made in Luxembourg, 1996-2003.
Does someone you know collect hens and roosters? We have you gift for her! Our selection includes Lladro, Royal Copenhagen, Herend, cloisonné and Murano glass.
Vintage moo juice pitchers with blue Delft decoration. The resting cow is from Germany; 7-7/8" x 2" x 3.5" tall. The larger cow has a windmill and sailboat painted on her sides. German or Dutch; 10.5" x 3.5" x 6
Staffordshire dogs, single and in pairs in different sizes and styles.
Ingrid Vase, an Art Deco masterpiece by Kurt Schlevogt. Lapis glass, Czechoslovakia, circa 1930. At Fine Home Consignments and our Etsy Store.
Jim Antonius art glass vessel. Jim Antonius is one of the leading glass maestros in the US. His unique glassworks are found on the Queen Mary, buildings by Frank Gehry and numerous museums, corporate headquarters and public buildings. This red, case glass organic vessel is signed and dated 1999. 17" tall.
Italian renaissance urn on stand with lion's heads, acanthus leaves and other fine details. Pure white porcelain. Made in Italy for Jeanne Reed's. 12" x 9.5" x 15" tall.
Nashama Glass Paperweight Vase created by world renowned glass artist William Glassner. Deep amethyst, blue and white. Nashama Glass Studio, Victor NY: 1979. 2-5/8" x 2-5/8"
Rare Stromberg faceted cocktail shaker. In 1946 the Stromberg began making their distinctive silver-blue tinted crystal in Sweden. This cocktail shaker (or cruet) with double pourer dates to the 1950s. Signed. 3-3/4" x 11" tall.
This exquisitely realistic porcelain Rose Anthus kale was created by Katherine Houston using traditional, 18th C techniques. It has the delicacy, beauty and detail of antique Meissen. Hand crafted and hand painted. @9" diameter.
Correia cameo glass zebra paperweight. The stampeding zebras are not painted, but were revealed through careful etching. Designed Algerine Correia. 3.5" diameter.
Set of 8 "Marienthal" glass plates designed by Art Deco master Rene Lalique. Made at the Lalique Glassworks, Wingen-sur-Moder, France: circa 1950. 9-1/4" diameter.
Large, Baccarat type crystal jewelry casket. Thick, cut-to-clear green crystal with ormolu mounts. France, mid-to-late 19th C. 5.25 x 7.25" x 5.75" tall.
Traditional Tuscan style ceramic jar with delicately hand painted flowers and patterns. Made in Italy for Gumps, 1970s. 11" diameter, 7" tall.
For dining or decorating, be and white china never goes out of style. Examples here are from Sweden, Germany, England and France.
Mata Ortiz pot by Genoveva Sandoval. Mata Ortiz is a type of artisan pottery made using historic, Paquimé techniques. The clay and pigments are found locally in the Casa Grande valley. All hand made. Mexico, late 20th C. 8" wide and tall.
Royal Crown Derby "Traditional Imari" is one of our favorite china patterns. Using just cobalt blue, henna red and gold, RCD creates a table of stunning vitality and elegance. Dessert service for 6 is one part of our inventory.
Blue and white china is a timeless tradition for dining as well as decorating. Antique, vintage or modern. $14.95 and up.
Pink Willow for anyone tired of blue or wants to set a daintier table.