Excellent original condition and about 100 years old and French...most likely Daum.
Best ever 19c green opaline bottle and tray. Fabulous gilt period decorations and overall condition....some gilt rubbing visible mostly to the tray's center, but absolutely no chips, cracks or repairs to either. This is at least 160 or so years old. The tray is about 11" diameter and the bottle is about 8 3/4" tall.
Excellent condition and measuring about 8" diameter and 3 1/2" to top of handle, or 2 1/2" to bowl rim. Finely enameled florals and gilt trim on heavy crystal glass.
Dating to the late 19th century and in excellent condition without chips, cracks or repairs. Some gilt rubbing mostly towards the top of the bottle as photographed.
This is Hawkes Aberdeen, and I bet it was probably signed with an acidstamp on the base which has since been obscured by the shelf wear. I have looked high and low and not come up with this form/shape in any books, catalogs, or websites.
This is a fabulously nice hard to find example. Graduates from a deep cranberry/burgundy to green and is painted with raised gilt decorations as photographed.
Great color and excellent quality and about 25 years old. Deep mottled cherry burgundy and very large at 19 1/2" diameter. The rim sets at about 2 7/8" tall.
Great John Lotton signed art glass vase dating to c1991. Excellent original condition with pink opaline flowers over an iridescent background and the vase also has an amethyst tint.
Great feathering and fine example of Loetz's fine Art Nouveau work. Super tight striations with nice even work on dimpled body with flared rim.