Grouse Grove/James Houston Edition of 25

Introduced in 1971 and designed by James Houston, the #0101 Grouse Grove is 8 1/2" wide and features a pair of copper wheel engraved game birds on a glass form of a tree. Limited edition of only 25. Properly signed and in excellent condition including the original red leather case.

Steuben Piece #0101

Apple Tree/Edition of 20

Introduced in 1974 and limited to an edition of only 20, the #0129 Apple Tree is a cut and polished prism with a gnarled apple tree engraved on its back--clusters of leaves on its front and all sides. As the viewer changes position, spreading branches appear and disappear and leaves are reflected onto the tree. According to tales in old England, country folk danced about the apple tree, sprinkling it with cider, singing their hopes for a year of plenty. Properly signed and in excellent condition with original lighted base.

Steuben Piece #0129

Snipe Bowl/James Houston

Designed in 1973 by James Houston and only available for a few years, the 10" wide and 6" high #0153 Snipe Bowl features a rim cut in an undulating contour--engraved with a wisp of snipe flying over wind-whipped reeds in an endless whirl. Native to the coastal regions of both old and new worlds, the snipe is among the most graceful and fastest of game birds. Properly signed and in excellent condition with original red leather case.

Steuben Piece #0153

Bombus Vase

The #0227 Bombus is a 10" masterwork designed by Bruce Moore in 1953. This exquisite tall Vase features Bees and a blooming Dandelion which are representative of the superior copper wheel engraving from this period in Steuben Glass history. Properly signed and in excellent condition. A true museum quality collector's piece.

Steuben Piece #0227

Raccoon/Houston Limited Edition of 20

The 8 1/2" wide #0241 Raccoon is another superb James Houston design from 1978. This appealing piece is a blown crystal roundel with a wide polished rim---copper wheel engraved on the back with a Raccoon waiting alertly on a bare branch. In the background, snow is falling. The raccoon's shining eyes are cut. Its mask, tail rings and other furry markings are suggested by varying degrees of polish. The tree branch curves around both sides of the form--multiplying when seen through the rim. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #0241

Beaver/Houston Limited Edition of 20

Introduced in 1979 as a companion piece to his #0241 Raccoon, the 8 1/2" wide #0262 Beaver is a James Houston limited edition of 20. This outstanding design features a crystal roundel--copper wheel engraved on the back with a beaver poised on a dam of sticks. Preparing to enlarge its construction project, the beaver gnaws on a tree branch. Its small, rounded ears are pricked, its eyes vigilant. A characteristic flat tail is partly submerged in a stream. Properly signed, in excellent condition and beautifully presented in the original red leather case.

Steuben Piece #0262

Dreaming Butterfly

Designed by Bernard X. Wolff and introduced in 1981, the 6" high and wide #0318 Dreaming Butterfly was only produced for a few years and, therefore, rarely appears in the marketplace. The cut and polished crystal form is engraved with a stylized butterfly floating amid linear configurations. Properly signed, in excellent condition and beautifully presented in the original red leather case.




Steuben Piece #0318

Holly Bowl

Introduced in 1987 and only produced for a few years, the extremely rare 7 1/2" D. and 7" high #0370 Holly Bowl is beautifully engraved by copper wheel with a wreath of holly leaves and berries. A rounded form rises from the bottom--reflecting multiple rings of light. Properly signed and in excellent condition with original box.

Steuben Piece #0370

Eagle's Flight

Introduced in 1998, the 9 1/4" #0534 Eagle's Flight captures the majestic soaring eagle gliding over a panoramic landscape. Only produced for a few years, this magnificent sculpture rarely appears in the marketplace. Handsomely presented on a royal mahogany granite base. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #0534

Unicorn/James Houston

The 7" tall #1004 Unicorn features an 18K gold horn perched atop its forehead. This James Houston Major Ornamental Design does not often appear in the marketplace. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #1004

Column of the Owl

Introduced in the early 1970's and designed by James Houston, the 7 3/4" #1005 Column of the Owl is one of the more rare Major Ornamental Designs. Featuring an impressive crystal column with a gold Owl perched atop, this piece is ideal for any wisely chosen Steuben Glass collection. Properly signed, in excellent condition and presented in the original red leather case.

Steuben Piece #1005

Mouse & Cheese/James Houston

The 4" high #1006 Mouse & Cheese is a whimsical James Houston design featuring an 18K gold cast mouse perched eagerly on a wedge of crystal cheese. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #1006

Crystal & Vermeil Turtle

The 5 1/2" #1016 Crystal & Vermeil Turtle features a cut and polished shell of solid crystal, body of silver and vermeil and eyes set with emeralds. The beneficent symbol of perseverance and long life, the turtle was thought by the early Indians to carry the earth on its back. Properly signed and in excellent condition. Definitely one of the more rare Major Ornamental Designs.

Steuben Piece #1016

Lilies

Introduced in the early 1970's and only produced for a few years, the extremely rare 5" #1026 Lilies features a crystal egg sliced open to reveal a cluster of gold lilies. Their delicately striated petals are glazed with translucent white enamel. The crystal rests on a slender three-quarter ring of 18K gold. In Semitic legend, lilies sprang from the tears of Eve--in Christian legend they turned white when touched by the Virgin. Symbols of fruitfulness, peace and innocence, they herald new life and new hope. Properly signed, in excellent condition and beautifully presented in the original red leather case.

Steuben Piece #1026

Crystal/Vermeil Snail

IntrIntroduced in the early 1970's, the stunning 7" long #1028 Crystal & Vermeil Snail is one of the finest and most significant Major Ornamental Designs. This magnificent piece includes lapis lazuli tips on each antenna. Only produced for a few years, the C&V Snail remains one of the rarest pieces in the highly successful major Ornamental Design Series. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #1028

Frog Prince/18K Gold Crown

Since its introduction in 1973, the 6" #1031 Frog Prince has always been one of the most coveted Steuben Glass Major Ornamental Designs. The whimsical and charming piece features an 18 karat gold crown and floppy feet. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #1031

Our Love/Pair of Swans

Introduced in 1997, the 7 1/4" wide #1173 Our Love is one of the finest Steuben Glass romantic sculptures. Swans engage in a dance in which they mirror one another's movements. Capturing an evocative moment in the dance, two young swans form a heart shape against a rising moon. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #1173

Great Owl

Steuben Glass produced the Great Animals Series from the late 1960's until the early 1970's. Given the very brief life span of these memorable and fascinating designs, they rarely appear in the marketplace. The wise old #5003 Great Owl is 10 1/2" and extremely heavy!! Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #5003

Duck/Rubber Ducky

Introduced in 1950 and long discontinued, the adorable 4 1/2" #8009 Duck/Rubber Ducky is a rare find in the marketplace. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8009

Owl

Introduced in 1955 and produced right until the closing in 2011, the 5 1/8" #8065 Owl remains one the most famous and recognized Steuben Glass Ornamentals/Animals with the big frosted eyes. A wise addition to any Steuben Glass collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8065

Original Rooster

Introduced in 1955, the 10" #8074 Original Rooster was one of the first Animals produced in the 1950's that set the standard for the many wonderful Animals to follow. This king of the barnyard belongs in every Steuben Glass Animal collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8074

Waterbird

Introduced in 1959 and designed by Lloyd Atkins, the 10" high #8095 Waterbird depicts a majestic water fowl in flight. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8095

Duckling

Introduced in 1964 and designed by Lloyd Atkins, the 8" #8129 Duckling is often displayed with several companions so make way for the Ducklings!!! Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8129

Eagle on Ball

Introduced in 1964 and produced until the closing in 2011, the James Houston designed 12" wide #8130 Eagle on Ball is a symbol of patriotism, freedom and courage. Therefore, it has always been a favorite corporate gift/award as well as an important addition to any Steuben Glass collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8130

Tall Donkey

Introduced in 1965 and designed by the prolific Lloyd Atkins, the whimsical 10 1/2" tall #8137 Donkey is one of the more rare Steuben Glass Animals--making it an important inclusion in any Steuben Glass Animal collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8137

Cottontail/Rabbit

Introduced in 1965, the 5 1/2" long #8151 Cottontail is the most full-bodied rabbit produced by Steuben Glass. The floppy ears and plump torso define this charmimg design. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8151

Great Pheasant

In the late 1960's--early 1970's, Steuben Glass produced a series of Great Animals that were only available for a few years. Therefore, all of these large designs are highly desirable and very difficult to find. The 15 1/4" long #8243 Great Pheasant was introduced in 1970 and is both immense and graceful at the same time. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8243

Caterpillar

Introduced in 1970, the 11" #8244 Caterpillar is one of the all time favorite Steuben Glass Animal pieces. Featuring thirteen sections, a pair of distinct antenna and a great smile, this fascinating and whimsical design captures the imagination of young and old alike. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8244

Tall Fox

Introduced in 1971 and designed by Lloyd Atkins, the sly 8 3/4' #8260 Tall Fox is the largest one produced by Steuben Glass. The cunning face and wrapped tail accurately depict the intentions of this feared Animal. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8260

Medium Smooth Mushroom

Introduced in 1971 along with the other six members of the Steuben Glass Mushroom Forest, the #8262 Medium Smooth Mushroom is 5 1/4" tall. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8262

Large Smooth Mushroom

In the early 1970's, Steuben Glass introduced the seven member Mushroom Family---three with Smooth Caps/twisted stems and four with Mottled Caps/straight stems in ascending heights and cap sizes. These appealing designs were often displayed together as a Mushroom Forest. The 7 1/2" #8263 Large Smooth Mushroom is the rarest one of them all. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8263

Small Mottled Mushroom

The 3 1/2" #8264 Small Mottled Mushroom is the shortest member of the seven piece Steuben Glass Mushroom Forest. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8264

Narrow Mottled Mushroom

Introduced in 1971 along with the other six members of the Steuben Glass Mushroom Forest, the #8265 Narrow Mottled Mushroom is 6 3/8" tall. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8265

Wide Mottled Mushroom

Steuben Glass produced seven different Mushrooms in the 1970's. Three featured smooth caps and four had mottled caps. All of these designs have been discontinued for many years and rarely appear on the resale market. The #8266 Wide Mottled Mushroom is 5 3/4" high and has a very wide cap. Signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8266

Large Mottled Mushroom

The Grand-Daddy of the seven piece Steuben Glass Mushroom Forest is the incredible 8 1/2" #8267 Large Mottled Mushroom--rarely seen in the marketplace. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8267

Great Sitting Donkey

Designed by Lloyd Atkins and introduced in 1972, the 9 1/2" #8273 Great Sitting Donkey is a magical and whimsical piece evoking fond memories of Eeyore!! Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8273

Cat with Green Tourmaline Eyes

Introduced in 1973, the 4 1/2" long #8274 Cat with Green Tourmaline Eyes is a charming design that belongs in any serious Steuben Glass or Cat collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition--always a major issue when buying Steuben Glass on the resale market!!

Steuben Piece #8274

Pair of Salmon/James Houston

Designed by the legendary James Houston and introduced in 1975, the #8297 Male Salmon and #8302 Female Salmon are an impressive and complimentary couple. These long discontinued pieces are 13 1/4" and 14 1/2" long and rarely appear on the resale market.

Steuben Piece #8297 Male/8302 Female

Horizontal Mink w/Diamond Eyes

Introduced in 1976, the 8 1/2" long #8333 Horizontal Mink---along with the companion #8334 Vertical Mink---are the only Steuben Glass Animals featuring diamonds. Only produced for a short time, the Mink are among the most highly coveted Steuben Glass Animals. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8333

Vertical Mink w/ Diamond Eyes

Introduced in 1976, the 7 1/4" #8334 Vertical Mink--along with the companion #8333 Horizontal Mink--are the only Steuben Glass Animals featuring diamonds. The Mink are among the most highly coveted Steuben Glass Animals. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8334

Goose & Gander

Introduced in the late 1970's, the 4" long #8344 Preening Goose and 5 1/4" high #8358 Gander rate as the most popular Steuben Glass romantic item of all time. Since the Goose & Gander mate for life, they are the ideal wedding or anniversary gift. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8344/8358

Big Pig

In 1979, famous Steuben Glass designer, Lloyd Atkins, introduced the whimsical #8378/8379 Pair of Pigs. The 6" #8379 Big Pig is shown on the right in the photo. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8379

Pair of Brook Trout/James Houston

Designed by James Houston and introduced in 1982, the #8466 Brook Trout w/ Straight Tail and the #8467 Brook Trout w/ Curved Tail were only available for a short time so the pair does not often appear in the marketplace. Each piece is approx. 7 1/2" in length and features trapped air bubbles. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8466/8467

Good Dog

Introduced in 1992 and only produced for a few years, the relatively unknown 5" #8641 Good Dog rarely appears in the marketplace. In fact, Steuben Glass produced very few Dog themed pieces over the years. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8641

Peacock

Introduced in 1986, the magnificent 14 1/2"D. #8532 Peacock is simply an amazing, spectacular design including trapped air bubbles in the body section. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8532

Pair of Herons

Introduced in 2000, the #8893-8894 Pair of Herons is now discontinued. The #8893 Graceful Heron is 14 1/2" and the #8894 Young Heron is 8 3/4" tall. They make a beautiful presentation when displayed together. An older catalogue provides this description---this stately fisher is a bird of good omen and symbolizes the will to transcend difficulties by rising above them. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #8893/8894

Great Ostrich

The 16" #9097 Great Ostrich was introduced in 2007 and was only available until 2008---making it an extremely rare Steuben Glass treasure. Note just the tall Ostrich is available--no base or egg. An important addition to any Steuben Glass collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #9097

Hen

Introduced in 1960 as a companion piece to the #8074 Rooster, the 8 3/4" SP947 Hen never went into full production--hence the SP prefix. Therefore, few were made so the Hen is a very rare and important member of the Steuben Glass barnyard family. Properly signed and in excellent condition.

Steuben Piece #SP947