Talitha Horn – Studio Glass

Talitha Horn – Studio Glass Vase – stock #45718

A gorgeous studio glass vase signed “Talitha 83” hand blown with a irregualr shape and evert top rim. It is decorated with an abstract irredescent pattern which my be stylised tree. Initially it reminded me of the work of London Glassblowers such as Sam Herman or Peter Layton.

Research confirms the this vase was created by the American glass artist Talitha Csmpbell Horn, who was active between c1975 and c1985. She was associated with The Laurie Thal Glass Studio, Jacksonhole, Wyoming. An area now renown for it’s glass artists.

Size
Marks
Condition
15cm high
10cm wide
Marked on the underside “Talitha 83” No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£65.00
Available
UK Only
See Fairs Diary


Remember to Subscribe to this website to ensure that you are notified of NEW stock and of future exhibitions. See the “Follow Me” box, in the side bar on the left.


Click on thumbnail pictures to view larger image.

Glass Snake Vase – Bimini

Glass Snake Vase – Bimini Glass or Lauscha Glass – stock #44318

A charming (if you like snakes) post war modern lamp work vase in the form of a snake. Patterned with candy stripe canes in blue ornage white yellow and green within clear glass. Very finely blown and very light in weight.

Not makers marks or labels. These are often attributed to Bimini, Lauscha or Istvan Komaromy.Sold unattributed.

Size
Marks
Condition
20cm high
6.5cm wide across base
No makers marks or labels No chips, cracks or restorations. Some internal dust.
Price GB Pounds
£15.00
Available
UK Only
See Fairs Diary


Remember to Subscribe to this website to ensure that you are notified of NEW stock and of future exhibitions. See the “Follow Me” box, in the side bar on the left.


Click on thumbnail pictures to view larger image.

Isle of Wight Glass – Black Azurene

Isle of Wight Glass – AZURENE Blue BLACK – stock #44718

A good looking Isle of Wight studio glass vase designed by Michael Harris. It has a slender cylinder form with a blue black colourway gold abd silver foil inclusions. Understood to be called “Black Azurene”, although actually a dark inky blue colour.

Unusually it has both the impressed flame mark on the pontil and black triangle label to indicate a date of c1978/9

Size
Marks
Condition
18.5cm high
6cm wide
Impressed flame mark on pontil.
Triangular label on the side.
No chips, cracks or restorations.
One raised surface pimple on side, from the making.
See centre of pictures above.
Price GB Pounds
£45.00
Available
UK Only
See Fairs Diary


Remember to Subscribe to this website to ensure that you are notified of NEW stock and of future exhibitions. See the “Follow Me” box, in the side bar on the left.


Click on thumbnail pictures to view larger image.

Old Hall – Lifespan Candlestick

Old Hall – Lifespan Candlesticks – stock #37618

A single tall example of the Old Hall stainless steel “Lifespan” tea light / candle holders with ruby coloured glass shade. These date to c1960.

Etched marks on the underside.

Size
Marks
Condition
28cm high
10cm wide
Etched “OLD HALL” on underside. No chips, cracks or restorations. slight roughness around bottom rim of glass. Some use wear to the steel.
Price GB Pounds
£23.00
Available
UK Only
See Fairs Diary


Remember to Subscribe to this website to ensure that you are notified of NEW stock and of future exhibitions. See the “Follow Me” box, in the side bar on the left.


Click on thumbnail pictures to view larger image.

Hartley Wood Glass Vase

Hartley Wood Glass Vase – stock #10617

A fine art deco streaky veined swirrling art glass vase dating to the mid 1930’s from the “Antique Glass” range of art wears. This is an excellent example being 24.5cm high.

The Wear Glass Works was established in Sunderland c1837 and trading as Hartley Wood and Co Ltd from 1895. The company was sold to Pilkington’s in 1983 and finally closed in 1989.

10617b

Size
Marks
Condition
24.5cm high
17cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations. A few surface scratches.
Price GB Pounds
£85.00
Available
UK Only
See Fairs Diary


Remember to Subscribe to this website to ensure that you are notified of NEW stock and of future exhibitions. See the “Follow Me” box, in the side bar on the left.


Click on thumbnail pictures to view larger image.