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Cambridge Crown Tuscan Large 4-footed Bow
Glass - Cambridge
The Art Nouveau movement in America in the early 20th century emerged from an urge to counter the excesses of Victorian design. The priority of the Art Nouveau movement was to reflect natural, simple forms in human art. A special coloring for glass, Crown Tuscan, also developed at this time, was the perfect complement for the Art Nouveau forms. Crown Tuscan is the name for a delicate whitish pink color of an opaque glass invented by Henry T. Hellmers and used between 1932 and 1954. This beautiful bowl measures about 5-1/2" tall and 12-1/2" across at the widest point of the flared rim (8” at the narrowest) . The four feet add about 1" to the bowl’s height. In the booklet named below, this bowl is described as a modified, scalloped edge “square bowl, four toed, 12 inches across, crimped edge.” (This piece is pictured on Plate 2, Crown Tuscan, of the Cambridge Ohio Glass in Color booklet by Mary, Lyle and Wynn Welker, 1969.)
It is in “like new” condition. .
$65.00
Cambridge Crown Tuscan Large 4-footed Bow

Cambridge Cambridge Crown Tuscan Cornucopia Vase with Sea Shell Base
Glass - Cambridge
Cambridge Crown Tuscan Cornucopia Vase was a reflection of the Art Nouveau movement in America in the early 20th century, a movement countering the excesses of Victorian design. The priority of the Art Nouveau movement was to reflect natural, simple forms in human art. Crown Tuscan is the name for a delicate whitish pink color of an opaque glass that was invented by Henry T. Hellmers and used between 1932 and 1954. This beautiful vase measures about 9-1/2" tall and 6" across at the widest point of the flared rim. The base measures about 4" in diameter. It is in “like new” condition.
$50.00
Cambridge Crown Tuscan Cornucopia Vase with Sea Shell Base

Cambridge #518 Crystal Draped Lady Flower Holder
Glass - Cambridge
he draped lady was one of the most popular flower holder (frog) forms. It stands about 8-1/2” tall. This is a beautiful clear crystal that plays with the light shining through it. The heavy, 4” glass base is smooth, round and has 10 holes for flowers. There are no identifying marks, typical for early Cambridge glassware. While Cambridge did sell its molds to the Imperial Glass Company after Cambridge closed in 1958, we think this is one of their originals. The glass base is very thick, and the center hole in the base is deeper than we’ve seen in younger pieces. (The base of the mold was later modified with a shallower center hole and ribbing was added to the sides.) The mold wasn’t brand new when it was used to shape this piece, but the hair, finger and toe details are all apparent. There are a number of bubbles frozen in the thick glass base, but there are no scratches, chips or other damage.
$85.00
Cambridge

Cambridge Carmen Red 10” Key Hole Vase
Glass - Cambridge
Cambridge's Carmen Red has always been one of the collector’s favorite colors. It reflects light beautifully. Standing 10” tall, the widest point (in terms of diameter) on the rim measures almost 3-1/2 inches, while the clear crystal key hole base is nearly 4” in diameter. There is a gentle flaring from the bottom to the top of the vase. It is in very good condition, but one small bubble on the side of the vase has resulted in a tiny pit on the surface. Bubbles are very common in glassware from this period.
$80.00
Cambridge Carmen Red 10” Key Hole Vase

Cambridge Chantilly Pattern Etched Key Hole Vase
Glass - Cambridge
Cambridge's Crystal Chantilly pattern vase suggests lovely old lace. It would be a beautiful addition to your collection. Standing 12” tall, it is an example of exquisite American etched crystal, a tasteful gift for anyone. The widest point for diameter is the rim which measures almost 4-1/4 inches, while the key hole base is about 4” in diameter. There is gentle fluting from the bottom to the top of the vase. It is in “like new” condition and is pictured in The Cambridge Glass Company Book on page 36 (published in 1949/1953).
$100.00
Cambridge Amber Key Hole Vase

Cambridge Nude Ebony Figure Cocktail Stemware
Glass - Cambridge
This "statuesque" cocktail glass with a nude female figurine stem in ebony black (Pattern #3011) was made by Cambridge Glass Company, 1931-58. The cocktail glass stands 6-1/4” tall, holds 3 oz. and has a crystal clear bowl and foot. There are miniscule flea bites on the bottom of one base. The glass is about 2-3/4” in diameter, base is 2-5/8.” This cocktail glass is pictured in The Cambridge Glass Book by Harold and Judy Bennett (Wallace Homestead Book, Co., 1970.) on page 60 and on several Internet sites. Set of 4.
$475.00
Cambridge Nude Ebony Figure Cocktail Stemware

Cambridge "Tomato"  Compote & Candlestick
3-Piece Set

Glass
This is a rare Cambridge compote and candlestick set. The "Tomato" coloring is a unique blend of yellow and green at the top that blends into red in the middle and again to yellow and green at the bottom. The candlesticks measure 9-1/4 inches tall, and the compote measures 7-1/2 inches tall by 6-1/2 inches in diameter. It would be a beautiful centerpiece for the table. They are in excellent condition.
$260.00
Cambridge "Tomato" 3-piece Compote & Candlestick Tomato 3-piece Compote & Candlestick

Cambridge Jade Twisted Candlesticks with Matching Bowl - Glass
These two matching jade Cambridge twisted candlesticks and bowl make a lovely centerpiece. The Cambridge "Jade" 3 piece set is shown in The Cambridge Glass Book, published in 1970. The candlesticks measure 8-1/2 inches tall. The bowl is 2-3/4 inches tall and 8-1/2 inches in diameter. Not all Cambridge pieces are marked. Stickers were used (and usually removed) between 1935 and 1954. All three pieces are in excellent condition.
$175.00
Cambridge Jade Twisted Candlesticks with Matching Bowl

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