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Ken Hansen and Ingrid Hansen - Hansen and Kastles - Tree and Vine series - hand blown glass, incorporating mille fiori

RP: Ken Hansen and Ingrid Hansen - Hansen and Kastles - Tree and Vine series - hand blown glass, incorporating mille fiori

Peddler Goblet: peddler robbed by monkeys, enameled, Murano 19th c.

Murano, Enameled Peddler Goblet, showing a peddler robbed by monkeys, France…

A MOSER Clear and Amber gold enamelled Fluted Glass Vase, Bohemian

A MOSER Clear and Amber Gold Enamelled Fluted Glass Vase

A MOSER Clear and Amber Gold Enamelled Fluted Glass Vase, Bohemian. The Stem Enamelled with a Honey-Comb Pattern.

Peacock Sculpture: Mike Wallace: Art Glass Sculpture - Artful Home

Peacock Sculpture by Mike Wallace (Art Glass Sculpture

"Peacock Sculpture" Art Glass Sculpture Created by Mike Wallace Part of the artist's "Birds" series, this sculpture is blown using switched axis incalmo, hot sculpted with steel and granite base.

Steuben candlesticks, pair, gold Aurene glass with a twisting stem and overall iridescence

Steuben candlesticks, pair, gold Aurene glass with a twisting stem and overall iridescence

Pair Moser Floral Enameled Art Glass Handled Vases with : Lot 9

Pair Moser Floral Enameled Art Glass Handled Vases with : Lot 9

schitterendglaswerk schitterend glaswerk  اعمال فنية مذهلة من الزجاج - 30 صورة - كوكتيل

Glass Art Sculpture, abstract and fluid "Auburn Spiral" Laurel Marie Hagner.I love this, it's so kinetic. You can almost see the dancer swirling with her wrap.

Witch Balls with Vase, 1850-75  New England, East Cambridge, Massachusetts, US; Medium: Free-blown colorless, red, white and blue glass; Currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York  Witch Balls are spheres of plain or stained glass with strands of glass inside the ball.  They started to be hung in cottage windows in 18th century England.  Their use was to ward off evil spirits, witch’s spells or ill fortune. The witch ball actually originated among cultures where witches

Probably New England Glass Company Vase with witch ball, American. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, The Edgar J. Kaufmann Foundation Gift, 1969 b)

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