Compote Vase

Antique Amethyst Glass Compote or Pedestal Vase with Figural Gilt Bronze Mounts
This antique amethyst glass pedestal vase is unmarked but presumed to have been made in England in circa 1880 in the Victorian style. This compote features very elaborate and ornate ...
Category

Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Vases

Materials

Bronze

Signed Moser Alexandrite Hand Blown Crystal Footed Vase and Pair of Compotes
By Koloman Moser
Located in Great Barrington, MA
From my amazing collection of signed Moser, "Alexandrite," this pair of footed compotes or low vases is sold separately but works beautifully with the similar vase. Each pi...
Category

Early 20th Century Czech Art Deco Vases

Materials

Crystal

Pair of Signed Moser Alexandrite Footed Compotes and Vases
By Koloman Moser
Located in Great Barrington, MA
From my amazing collection of signed Moser, "Alexandrite", these two pairs are sold separately but work beautifully together. Each piece is hand blown with subtle optic ribbing and l...
Category

Early 20th Century Czech Art Deco Garniture

Materials

Crystal

Antique Harrach Bohemian Purple Cut to Clear Glass Compote or Footed Bowl
By Harrach Glassworks
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A good Bohemain glass footed bowl or compote. Likely produced by Graf Harrach Glassworks. With a cased purple overlay (the first layer of glass) and extensive cuts throughout incl...
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Antique 19th Century German Victorian Garniture

Materials

Cut Glass

Cenedese Murano Blue White Scavo Texture Italian Art Glass Compote Bowl Vase
By Alfredo Barbini, Cenedese
Located in Kissimmee, FL
Beautiful Murano hand blown cobalt blue Italian art glass footed compote bowl with excavated texture. Documented to the Cenedese Company in the "Scavo" design and signed underneath. ...
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Late 20th Century Italian Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls

Materials

Art Glass, Blown Glass, Murano Glass, Glass

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