Introduced in 1971, the 11 3/4" high, 8 1/4" wide and 2 1/2" deep #0118 Ladder of Dreams, a limited edition of only 25 pieces, is an asymmetrical crystal prism engraved with three children climbing an abstract play frame. The structure, defined only by fragile lines of varying weights, seems an illusion in contrast to the realistic portrayal of the children whose figures appear and disappear through reflections in the prism . Properly signed and in excellent condition with original red leather case.
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.
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.
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.
Introduced in 1974 and only produced for a short time, the 5 1/2" high #1036 Crystal Ball on Sterling Silver Wave Base is one of the more obscure and, therefore, important Major Ornamental Designs. The substantial Crystal Ball rests on an impressive and elegant sterling silver base. A significant addition to any serious Steuben Glass collection . Properly signed and in excellent condition.
The #7873 Pear is one of the early members of the Steuben Glass Fruit Family. This 4 3/4" high design was introduced in the early 1940's but was not produced for a long time---making it one of the most difficult Fruit pieces to find. In the photo above, the Pear is just to the right of the Pineapple. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
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.
Designed by James Houston and introduced in 1964, the 12 3/4" long #8135 Dinosaur is one of the largest and most impressive Steuben Glass Animals. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Introduced in 1965 and long discontinued, the 4" #8138 Crown Paperweight is a most distinguished design that is a perfect gift or appropriate piece for any desk or library. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Introduced in 1968 and designed by James Houston, the 10" #8225 Alligator is one of the all time best Steuben Glass Animals. Featuring gaping jaws, curled tail and trapped air bubbles in the body, the Alligator belongs in any Steuben Glass collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Introduced in 1970, the 11" long #8244 Caterpillar is one of the all time favorite Steuben Glass Animal pieces. Featuring thirteen sections, a pair of distinct antenna and eyes and a great smile, this fascinating and whimsical design captures the imagination of young and old alike. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Introduced in 1971, the 4 1/4" #8253 Love piece was the most famous and popular romantic gift for many years. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
The entire Steuben Glass Mushroom Family of seven was introduced in 1971. As one of the three examples with a smooth cap, the 5 1/4" #8262 Medium Smooth Mushroom is an essential piece for any significant Steuben Glass Mushroom display. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
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.
The 3 1/2" #8264 Small Mottled Mushroom is the junior member of the Steuben Glass Mushroom Family. The different heights and cap sizes make the Mushrooms a great display anywhere in the home. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
The 6 3/8" #8265 Narrow Mottled Mushroom is one of the taller members of the seven piece Steuben Glass Mushroom Family. Although attractive on a stand alone basis, the Mushrooms really look tremendous when displayed in a grouping. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
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.
The massive 8 1/2" #8267 Large Mottled Mushroom is the kingpin of the seven piece Steuben Glass Mushroom Family. This impressive design towers over the other Mushrooms as the patriarch of the family. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Designed by Lloyd Atkins and introduced in 1973, the extraordinary #8277 King & Queen of Chess represent the finest elements in Steuben Glass form. The 10 3/4" King and the 10 3/8" Queen embody the graceful and elegant style of this era in Steuben Glass design. Only available for a few years, the long discontinued King & Queen are a stunning couple!!
Introduced in the mid-1970's just before the Bicentennial and only available for a few years, the magnificent 15"D. #8283 Eagle Base Bowl is among the finest examples produced by Steuben Glass. The generous bowl rests upon the four heads of the Eagles atop the impressive four inch square sterling silver base. There are four small flat areas on the bottom of the bowl so the bowl is secure. Properly signed and in excellent condition. A true masterpiece and a stunning presentation!!
Introduced in 1974, the long discontinued #8294 Salamander was only produced for a few years--making it an extremely rare piece. This desirable design is 7" long, properly signed and in excellent condition.
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.
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.
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.
Introduced in 1981, the 7 1/2" long #8429 Dragon features trapped air bubbles and a curled tail. An important addition to any serious Steuben Glass Animal collection. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Most Steuben Glass collectors do not realize that, before adding the wood base and red case in the 1990's as stock #1126, the impressive #8481 Lion was produced as a stand alone piece. The 8 1/2" majestic piece was not even included in the bible of Steuben Glass--attesting to its relative obscurity!!! A favorite corporate gift/award and a most distinguished item for the home or office. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
The 5 1/4" high #8567 Star Stream was introduced in 1988. Two streaming, sparkling stars are linked by a trail of shimmering light reflecting the bond between two entities . Properly signed and in excellent condition.
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.
Introduced in 1994 and one of the all time most popular corporate gifts/awards, the 12" #8760 Partnership symbolizes a bridge that spans both time and distance--a supportive partnership is a bond to be celebrated. Beautifully displayed on a black granite base. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Introduced in 2001, the 8 1/4" #8918 Torch of Strength features upward spiraling prisms filling the symbolic sculpture with flickering light--like the flame of a torch that stands for illumination and truth. Note the mahogany base does not have a plaque attached!! Properly signed and in excellent condition.