The 3 3/4" #1001 Golden Butterfly is one of the earliest and least known Major Ornamental Designs. Only appearing in a few seasonal catalogs in the late 1960's and totally omitted from the Madigan history book on Steuben Glass, the James Houston designed piece features an 18K gold Butterfly resting on a Mushroom with trapped air bubbles. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
Designed by Eric Hilton and introduced in 1974, the 2 1/4" #1035 Cut Heart with Teardrop remains one of the all-time best Steuben Glass romantic pieces. Slanted on front and back, the heart deepens as it widens at the top. The single teardrop, viewed through faceted surfaces, multiples by prismatic reflection. Properly signed, in excellent condition and beautifully presented in the original red leather case.
The extremely rare #1038 Goldbug is one of the most desirable Major Ornamental Designs. Introduced in 1974 and only produced for a short time, this magnificent piece is 4 1/2" long and features a jade stone in the vermeil frame. Properly signed and in excellent condition.
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.
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 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.
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!!
IIn the mid 1970's, famous Steuben Glass designer, Lloyd Atkins, introduced the four member Beaver Family--all with red garnet eyes. The 5 1/2" long #8359 Small Horizontal Beaver is one of the two children and appears in the lower front above. Properly signed and in excellent condition.