Designed by James Houston, the #0355 Rhino Horn features a solid crystal rhinoceros horn engraved by copper wheel on two surfaces with the proud beast trotting through wild grasses of the African plains---egrets flying near and far. Despite its great bulk, the rhino can charge with the speed of a racehorse. It is blessed with remakable agility, superior swimming ability and an acute sense of hearing and smell. This extraordinary masterwork is 10 1/4" high and is a limited edition of 50. Properly signed and in excellent condition with original red case.
In the late 1980's, Steuben Glass introduced the #1126 9 1/2" Lion majestically resting on an attractive wood base. This regal animal has appeared as a figure of bravery and strength throughout the history of art. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
The extremely rare 8" #5006 Great Koala was only produced for a few years in the late 1960's--early 1970's. Pictured above on the left and next to the #8268 5 3/4" Companion Koala.
Introduced in 1963, the 14 1/2" #8119 Original Giraffe is one of the tallest Animals produced by Steuben Glass. This elegant design with whimsical face, graceful neck/back and ample tail is far superior to all of the later Giraffe pieces and is the only one to allow into your Steuben Glass Animal collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Designed by James Houston and introduced in 1964, the 7 1/2" #8128 Trumpeting Elephant was produced right up until the closing in 2011 due to its popularity. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Introduced in 1971, the 5 3/4" #8268 Koala is an all time favorite with Steuben Glass Animal collectors. This classic design features large, round ears and a happy demeanor. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Introduced in 1972, the 6 5/8" long #8280 Hippopotamus is an important piece for any Steuben Glass Animal collection .Strong and vigorous, the Hippopotamus is not only a speedy swimmer, it can run faster than most joggers--for a short distance. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Introduced in 1980 and produced for only a few years, the 9" long #8396 Herd of Elephants make a great whimsical display. Each of the three pieces are similar with the trunk in different positions. Properly signed and in excellent condition.