The magnificent and impressive 15 1/4"D. #0054 Mariner's Bowl is a spectacular design by Sidney Waugh dating from 1938. The shallow bowl is intricately engraved with a compass rose theme. To the north, a bearded man holds an elaborate fleur-de-lis, a traditional symbol for this point of the compass, and to the south a woman reclines under a palm tree. To the east and west sea horses rear above the ocean. As an added element, the outer edge is engraved with an undulating wave motif. In excellent condition with the original red leather case. A truly outstanding Steuben Glass masterwork!! Note the metal stand is not available.
Introduced in 1970 and designed by James Houston, the limited edition, 11" #0110 Moses Breaking the Tablets features a crystal precipice from which Moses casts down the tablets of the covenant given to him by the Lord. The figure of Moses is fashioned in 18K gold. Properly signed and in excellent condition with original red leather case.
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 with the original red leather case.
The incomparable James Houston designed most of the early Major Ornamental Design Series pieces in the late 1960's--early 1970's including the extraordinary #1007 Heart & Key. This 3 3/4" romantic piece features an elaborately decorated gold frame that accepts the gold key to your Heart!! Properly signed, in excellent condition and including the original red leather case.
The #1169 Top of the World, introduced in 1996, is the finest golf related design ever produced by Steuben Glass. This magnificent piece is 7 3/4" wide with an 18K gold flag stick and is perfectly sited on an attractive marble base. Properly signed and in excellent condition with original box.
The 4" Apple was first introduced in 1940 and remained one of the most famous and iconic designs ever produced by Steuben Glass over many decades. The Apple represents alluring temptation--not to mention the well-known symbol of NYC. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
In the mid-1950's, the extraordinary #8094 14 1/2" Tall Candlesticks were introduced--instantly becoming the ultimate Candlestick design and maintaining this lofty status until retired in the 1980's. Whether gracing an entry table or dining room table, these elegant Candlesticks are impressive and important in the history of Steuben Glass. 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.
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.
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.
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!!
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 1990 and only produced for a few years, the 3" round #8600 Peach was the final major design in the Steuben Glass Fruit Family--joining the Pineapple, Banana, Pear, Fig, Grapes and Apple plus the individual Strawberries. Most Steuben Glass collectors are not even aware of the Peach so it is a treasured addition to every Fruit Bowl. Properly signed (usually with just the script "S") and in excellent condition.