Overshot amberina finger bowls

This is a set of four (4) amberina-type overshot glass finger bowls that measure about 6 1/4 inches in diameter and stand about 1 3/4 inches tall.  These are in wonderful condition with no chips or cracks.  They are probably from the 1870s, or they could be even earlier.   Each one was blown and shaped by an artistic hand that made them all look similar enough to be a set but left each slightly different than its siblings.

Opalescent "Aquacrest" toothpick holder

This item is like Aquacrest by Fenton, except that it is earlier than Fenton.  This little toothpick has some fiery opalescence in the body and none in the blue piecrust edging.  It is 2 1/8 inches tall and the same in its diameter.  This is a rare item. 

Steuben Rosaline toothpick holder

This item is a Rosaline (by Steuben) toothpick holder in excellent condition.  It has no chips or cracks and is 2 1/2 inches tall and 2 1/4 inches wide.




Circa 1800 Warmbrun Glass Mug

Warmbrunn mug

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This item is cut from amber to clear in the decoration panel and is initialed beside that oval, “T” and “B” on either side.  This beautiful cut glass treasure has no chips or cracks and also has an amber dot in the center of the rays on the base. This is an exquisite example of Warmbrun at the end of the 18th Century.

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