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This orange bowl is cut in one of the most collectible designs of the Brilliant Period – Ellsmere by Libbey. It’s signed with the Libbey Trademark in the center.

Triple miter cane is flanked on both sides with notching and vertical, parallel miters. These house flat, Libbey hobstars and all fo this cutting is housed in intersecting semi-circles. The border of the bowl is absolutely stunning featuring tight notching with crosshatched bottoms, contorting to ever space of the bowl, looking like icicles on the water-white blank. The center of the bowl is filled with the Libbey stylized star almost always used for Ellsmere.

The bowl is on a top quality blank and measures 11 1/2″ long,  4″ tall and 8 1/4″ wide. It’s in perfect condition.

Fabulous Libbey Ellsmere Orange Bowl – SOLD
Fabulous Libbey
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This is a stunning punch bowl cut on a very unusual blank in an unknown pattern. Every detail of this piece screams quality from the detailed cutting around the neck, to the fully cut in pattern base – singular in every regard.

Four large panels house large, 24-point hobstars. These have rainbow shaped bands of cutting above them which intersect at a hobstar and lead to more notching. The notching frames a diamond-shaped field of hobnail. The outer edge of the bowl features an array of notching and then an extremely unusual bit of hobnail divided by scalloped clear curves – I’ve never seen anything quite like it. The base is a work of art in and of itself. The full pattern is displayed on the body and an extremely tight band of crosshatched-cane extends around the collar. The base of the punch bowl has a star-like formation featuring crosshatching, hobnail, and fan surrounded a large clear center which shows the hollow portion of the piece.

The punch bowl is on a perfectly clear blank and measures 14 1/4″ tall and 13″ wide at the widest point. It’s in perfect condition.

Top Quality, Elegant and Unusual Punch Bowl – SOLD
Top Quality, Elegant
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This tazza was cut in J. Hoare’s Yucatan design. I think the shape of this piece is one of the more exotic blanks for a vase/compote/tazza – with a good bit of both elegance and heft.

The main motif of this design is clusters of hobstars which Hoare is very well-documented for having. These clusters expand through 4 fields on the perimeter of the piece and are separated with four fields containing hobnail and crosshatching. The entire neck of the tazza is covered with step cutting, another one of Hoare’s main motifs. The base of the piece is covered in a 24-point hobstar.

This piece is in perfect condition and measures 9 1/4″ wide and 7″ tall.

Excellent Tazza in Yucatan by J. Hoare SOLD
Excellent Tazza in
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Everything about this piece screams Hawkes to me – the u-notch, the design like their Constellation pattern and the heavy, scalloped foot. I have never seen this exact shape before in cut glass.

Eight, deep 20-point hobstars cover the exterior edge of the piece and run right up to the edges. The neck is fluted seamlessly from top to bottom transitioning into a wide base with a 28-point scalloped hobstar. The cutting on this piece is very precise and the blank exceptional.

The cake plate is very heavy and measures . 10″ wide and 5 1/4″ tall.

Incredible Cake Plate attribute to Hawkes SOLD
Incredible Cake Plate
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This basket was cut by Tuthill in their ever-popular Vintage design. This design is one of the prime examples of combining geometric cutting and realistic engraving that Tuthill was so well known for.

A chain of hobstars runs around the rim of this piece and is highlighted by a coined edge. The rest of the basket is adorned in the most realistic vintage design with grapes and sprawling vines. The handle of the basket is perfectly annealed and double notched around the entire surface.

The basket is in perfect condition, on an exceptionally clear, brilliant blank measuring 14″ tall, 10″ long and 4 1/2″ wide.

Fantastic Tuthill Cut & Engraved Vintage Basket SOLD
Fantastic Tuthill Cut
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This bowl was cut and signed by Pitkin & Brooks of Chicago. It exhibits an unfathomable amount of clear-channel cutting – a motif that was one of the most difficult to achieve.

The clear channels on this piece frame every motif on this bowl. Clusters of hobstars, crosshatching, checking and a fan all framed by clear channel cutting. Even stacked, stair like channels are spread throughout the bowl winding over and other other panels – something I’ve never seen.

The bowl is in perfect condition and measures 8″ wide and 4″ tall.


Unusual and Detailed Pitkin & Brooks Clear Channel Bowl SOLD
Unusual and Detailed
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This wonderful fruit bowl was cut by J. Hoare in their Napoleon design. It’s featured in their catalog, but also prominently in Spillman’s T.G. Hawkes and his Competitors. The bowl is signed in the center with the Hoare trademark.

A 90 degree arrangment of triple miter trellis makes up this design. Giant, hobstar-topped knobs are left in the relief of the cutting – which contorts the design to different depths throughout – the pattern almost looks folded onto the piece, not unlike an orange segment being pulled back.

There are few examples of this design as nice as this piece and it’s no wonder why this specific piece remains at the top of so many collectors’ list. The piece is in perfect condition and on the clearest of blanks.

Exceptional J. Hoare Kohinoor Napoleon’s Hat – SOLD
Exceptional J. Hoare
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This is a cute piece cut in William C. Anderson’s Oasis design. It’s very similar to Taylor Brothers’ Palm pattern.

Four shooting stars come from the center of the piece and are surrounded by feathering – even around all the miters and framework leading from teh center. There are four fields of checking which lead into a flat, Christmas-style hobstar surrounded by crosshatching. This portion of the design extends all the way into the handles seemlessly.

This very clear blank measures 6 1/4″ wide and 4 1/2″ tall. It’s in perfect condition with no damage.

Cute Anderson Oasis Ice Bucket or Butter Tub – SOLD
Cute Anderson Oasis Ice
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This is easily one of the most unusual bowls I’ve ever seen – while it is square at the top, it is rounded at the bottom and curves inward on all sides. It is cut in J. Hoare’s Pebble pattern and the exact piece is shown in the ACGA catalog reprint (I’ve attached a photo on this page).

The amount of precise cutting is staggering and the way they cut on this blank leave one scratching their head. The large, 32-point hobstars are cut on complete curves. Meaning the center of the hobstar, while having great extension, actually sits lower than the outer points of the hobstar. I tried to encapsulate this with all of the photos but even still, something is lost in translation. Between each hobstar is a large field of laser-precise cane cutting. The center of the bowl has unusual maltese-cross type design featuring crosshathing surrounded on all sides by triple miter cutting. This bowl is just an astonishing conceptualization of pattern conforming to blank shape.

The bowl is in perfect condition- I barely see a fleabite on the entire piece and measures 7 1/4″ from side to side, 8 3/4″ from corner to corner, and 4 1/8″ tall. The blank is radiant and highlights this exemplary and rare pattern by the craftsmen at J. Hoare.

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This set is shown in rarities and is cut in William C. Anderson’s Frederica design. It’s an exceptional blank in both size and presence and the rhine wines are the perfect compliment.

A five point,  clear button star sits upside down with a point of crosshatching sitting between each of it’s top points. A fan bursts from the top of the crosshatching in flower-like . formation. In between each 5-point star is a deeply  cut, 5-sided deep cut hobstar with a triple notch above it and crosshatching. The neck of the decanter is fluted and deeply notched with a fully cut neck ring. The incredible, heavy stopper is cut in pattern and the wines are as well.

The decanter measures 15″ and 6 1/2″ tall and the wines are 7″ tall. All pieces are in perfect condition – it’s rare to find a set of this quality together in this exceptional conditon!

Rare Anderson Frederica Set – SOLD
Rare Anderson Frederica
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I have only had the opportunity to offer 3 pieces of Spartan – it’s one of Egginton’s best and rarest designs. The piece is signed with the Egginton trademark.

Closters of hobstars cover the center of the bowl and four large fields along the perimeter of the bowl. They are separated by deep hobstars and vesicas featuring cane, hobstar and crosshatching. The cutting is exceptionally sharp and sparkly.

The blank is what you would expect of a top-tier Egginton piece. It measures 8″ wide and 2 1/2″ tall and is in perfect condition.

Extremely Rare Egginton Spartan Bowl – SOLD
Extremely Rare Egginton
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This is a great,  oversized pitcher signed Libbey in a design that looks to have been designed by William C. Anderson. It has many design elements that he employed across his other designs.

The large, pinched-side hobstar extends on 3 sides of the pitcher. It has flashing around each of the largest, extended points of the star.  Four vesicas surround the hobstar and house a clear-button hobstar and crosshatching and fans. There an unsual notched motif extending towards the top and the bottom of the piece with additional fans at the end. The handle is triple notched and the base is finished with huge 20-point hobstar.

The pitcher is in excellent condition and has one small flake on the underside of the lip. It’s extremely heavy (the base is about 1/2″ thick) and measures 6 3/4″ tall and 6 1/4″ wide.

Unusual Libbey Anderson Cider Pitcher SOLD
Unusual Libbey Anderson
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