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Antique American

  • Antique American
  • Antique Sandwich decanter & stopper w/blue poinsettia
  • Antique
  • AM553
  • $3,500

  • Antique Sandwich Glass Company faceted crystal decanter and poinsettia stopper. The decanter has narrow vertical side cuts, with geometric facets on the neck and a star-cut base. The faceted glass stopper contains a double-tiered cobalt blue poinsettia, with a central Lutz white rose cane and green leaves. Height 9".
  • Antique American
  • Antique Boston & Sandwich Glass Company red poinsettia paperweight.
  • Antique
  • AM1113RG
  • $1,080

  • Antique Boston & Sandwich Glass Company red poinsettia paperweight. A red poinsettia blossom has two tiers of pointed red petals gathered at the center by a white lacy hollow-tube rose and grows from a short stem flanked by two green serrated leaves. Clear ground. "One rose variation reminds one of French canes."--The Boston & Sandwich Glass Company. Diameter 3".
  • Antique American
  • Antique Boston & Sandwich red pears paperweight.
  • Antique
  • AM768
  • $1,000

  • Antique Boston & Sandwich red pears paperweight. Two russet pears hang from opposite sides of a slender stem shared with four serrated, dark green leaves, over clear ground. "The Americans generally shunned the multi-faceting treatment, and instead simply showcased the individual fruits in all their glory. Most of these refreshingly simple designs give the appearance of fruit just plucked from a tree."–The Art of the Paperweight–The Boston & Sandwich and New England Glass Companies. Diameter 2 3/4".
  • Antique American
  • Antique American nosegay on latticinio cushion paperweight.
  • Antique
  • AM1021
  • $750

  • Antique American nosegay on latticinio cushion paperweight. Three millefiori, one orange, one white and another pastel blue, form a small nosegay gathered into four dark green ribbed leaves, over a white double latticinio cushion. Clear ground. Diameter 3".
  • Antique American
  • Antique Millville footed umbrella, or mushroom, paperweight.
  • Antique
  • AM1061SJ
  • $750

  • Antique Millville footed umbrella, or mushroom, paperweight. A teardrop-shaped bubble floats above the indented center of a three-dimensional, speckled, multicolor umbrella, over a clear, round, footed base. Diameter 3 1/16", height 3 3/8".
  • Antique American
  • Antique Millville crimp rose paperweight.
  • antique
  • AM934AH
  • $625

  • Antique Millville crimp rose paperweight. The piece contains an upright dimensional red crimp rose with three green leaves, on clear ground. This type of paperweight was produced in southern New Jersey in factories such as Whitall Tatum Co. during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Unpolished base. Surface wear and bruises. Diameter 3 1/2".
  • Antique American
  • Antique American Somerville Company magnum paperweight.
  • Antique
  • AM1070SJ
  • $625

  • Antique American Somerville Company magnum paperweight. A large red poinsettia presides at the center of a clear ground, a semi-circle of red, pink and blue flowers with attendant greenery beneath it, and the name "TOM LEE" in green above. Surface wear. Diameter 4 1/16".
  • Antique American
  • Antique New England Glass Company hollow blown pear paperweight.
  • Antique
  • AM2056MG
  • $450

  • Antique New England Glass Company hollow blown pear paperweight. A russet pear, paler on one side than the other, has a russet stem and clear calyx. It sits atop a clear ground cookie base. Tip of the calyx seems to have been broken off. Diameter 3 1/8", 2 1/4".
  • Antique American
  • Antique New England Glass Company fruit basket paperweight.
  • antique
  • AM1125AC
  • $425

  • Antique New England Glass Company fruit basket paperweight. Five blushing yellow pears, spaced by four red cherries and green leaves, sit above a white double-swirl latticinio cushion in a formal arrangement. Good condition, a pressed seam at the perimeter of the basket indicates an original surface. Diameter 2 11/16".
  • Antique American
  • Antique New England Glass Company fruit basket paperweight.
  • antique
  • AM3207MG
  • $425

  • Antique New England Glass Company fruit basket paperweight. Five blushing yellow pears, spaced by four red cherries and green leaves, sit above a white double-swirl latticinio cushion in a formal arrangement. Good condition. Diameter 2 3/4".
  • Antique American
  • Antique Boston & Sandwich Glass Company blue poinsettia paperweight.
  • antique
  • AM3158EW
  • $400

  • Antique Boston & Sandwich Glass Company blue poinsettia paperweight. A ring of six ogee-tipped cobalt blue petals, around a central complex cane stamen, is spaced by a second tier of petals and carefully placed air bubbles. The resulting elegant poinsettia blooms atop a tapered green stem flanked by two serrated green leaves. Clear ground. Fine condition. Diameter 3 3/16".
  • Antique American
  • Antique Millville frit umbrella paperweight.
  • antique
  • AM2107JR
  • $375

  • Antique Millville frit umbrella paperweight. A small air bubble floats above the indented center of a three-dimensional ribbed white umbrella, speckled with multi-colored frit and aventurine. Clear ground. Fine condition. Diameter 3 5/16".
  • Antique American
  • Antique New England Glass Company red rose and bud paperweight.
  • Antique
  • AM853.2
  • $250

  • Antique New England Glass Company red rose and bud paperweight. The red rose, with two tiers of petals around a furled center, blooms atop a thick green stem, while a companion red bud, sprouts from an adjoining green stem, over a double-swirl white latticinio ground. Near the end of the stems are two large green leaves, which are accented with tiny spaced bubbles to represent drops of dew. Small crack near base. Diameter 3".
  • Antique American
  • Antique NEGC Louis Kossuth sulphide weight
  • Antique
  • AM579
  • $220

  • Antique New England Glass Company Louis Kossuth sulphide paperweight. A white sulphide of Kossuth, Governor of Hungary, rests on clear ground. Diameter 2 9/16".
  • Antique American
  • Antique American “Break the News to Mother” frit motto paperweight.
  • antique
  • AM2096
  • $140

  • Antique American “Break the News to Mother” frit motto paperweight. A messenger pigeon, carrying a letter, is bordered by the lyrics of the famous war song “Break the News to Mother”, in arcing white letters. Multi-colored, umbrella-shaped frit ground. Some surface wear. Diameter 3 1/16”.
  • Antique American
  • Antique American "Home Sweet Home" frit motto paperweight.
  • antique
  • AM2095PM
  • $120

  • Antique American "Home Sweet Home" frit motto paperweight. Surrounded by trees, a modest log cabin beckons appealingly from beneath the familiar sentiment "Home Sweet Home", written in arching white block letters. Multi-colored, umbrella-shaped frit ground. Good condition. Diameter 3 3/8".