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Auction # 37

Auction Ended: Tuesday - June 6th, 2017 at 10:00 PM EDT

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 PATTERN MOLDED SPARKING LAMP WITH PRESSED TOY PLATE BASE

4 1/8" h., Colorless, lead glass, globular shaped font with cork tube tin drop burner, pattern molded with 16 vertical ribs, applied pedestal with central ball knop, applied pressed glass "diamond check" toy plate base, pontil scar; probably Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, Mass., c. 1838-45, no harm minor base edge chips or flakes, otherwise mint condition; a little sweet heart indeed, rare with pattern molding and toy plate base! Ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
29 $ 1,300
 FREE-BLOWN HAND LAMP WITH PRESSED TOY PLATE BASE

4 1/2"h., Colorless, lead glass, globular shaped font with cork tube tin drop burner, applied semi-ear shaped handle, pedestal with central flattened wafer, applied pressed glass "diamond check" toy plate base, pontil scar ; probably Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, Mass., c.1838-45, no harm base edge chips, otherwise mint condition; very rare and desirable, ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
23 $ 1,200
 RARE EARLY FREE-BLOWN PURPLE HAND LAMP

3 1/2" h., Light to medium purple, lead glass, sparking lamp with bulbous shaped body in one piece gather with drawn foot, includes cork tube tin drop burner, applied semi-ear shaped handle, pontil scar; see "American Glass" by George McKearin, plate 14, no.6, having been attributed to South Jersey, rare ; more than likely made at the Sandwich Glass Works, c. 1828-40, wonderful overall condition with a tiny no harm cooling line by the terminal occurring in the making, in most cases this would be an acceptable flaw; great color, rare and beautiful ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
15 $ 3,000
 BLOWN THREE- MOLD HAND LAMP: FROM STOPPER MOLD

2 "h., Colorless, lead glass, sparking lamp made in full size stopper mold usually accompanying the GIV-7 decanter, see McKearin plate 110, no.16, applied handle , tin burner, pontil scar; Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, Mass., c. 1828-38, excellent overall condition with no cracks or chips. The stopper this lamp is made from is listed in American Glass by McKearin as no.16, for a GIV-7 and GV-14; rare and in wonderful condition, ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
8 $ 475
 FREE-BLOWN SPARKING LAMP WITH PRESSED BASE

3"h., Colorless, lead glass, compressed globular shaped body, tin drop burner, applied pressed glass graduated triple step foot, pontil scar; probably made at the Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, Mass., c. 1828-35, pictured in American Glass by McKearin, plt.189, no.15, beautiful overall condition, rare with step foot, ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
8 $ 250
 PATTERN MOLDED HAND LAMP (possibly from stopper mold)

3"h., Colorless, lead glass, compressed globular body pattern molded with 16 vertical ribs drawn out in foot, one piece construct, tin cork tube drop burner, semi-ear shaped handle, pontil scar; Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, Mass., c. 1828-38, mint condition; probably blown from a single size mold stopper, 16 ribs , Mck no.10 which accompanies both GI-7 & GI-8 decanters; a fine specimen , ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
18 $ 700
 FREE-BLOWN CONICAL WINE-GLASS STEM LAMP

5"h., Colorless, lead glass, wide conical font, tin burner, applied button-stem , circular foot, pontil scar: probably New England Glass Works, c. 1815-30, possibly Sandwich ,mint condition ;for similar example see "New England Glass &Glassmaking" pg.249, fig.209, also "Sandwich Glass", Barlow- Kaiser, no. 2001.There very nice lamp, ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
3 $ 210
 VERY RARE FREE-BLOWN "WINE GLASS" STYLE LAMP

5"h., Colorless, lead glass, tapered conical shaped body with rounded shoulders, rare & unusual original rare double burner, applied stem or pedestal with small ball knop, circular foot, pontil scar; probably New England Glass Works, c, 1825-45, excellent condition; listed as very rare by George McKearin, pictured in " American Glass on plt. 189, no.5: Interesting & very desirable, ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
20 $ 1,100
 FREE-BLOWN SPARKING LAMP WITH BULBOUS BODY

4"h., Colorless, lead glass, elongated bulbous body with applied wafer and applied circular foot, cork tube tin drop burner, pontil scar; probably Sandwich Glass Works, c. 1825-35, excellent condition, great form, very interesting with separate applied lower wafer ; ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
1 $ 100
 FREE-BLOWN HAND LAMP WITH BULBOUS BODY

4"h., Colorless, lead glass, wide bulbous body, applied semi-ear shaped handle, cork tube tin drop burner, solid drawn out foot, pontil scar; probably Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, Mass., c. 1825-35, excellent condition, nicely striated ,ex. Dr. Joseph Arvay Coll.
 
13 $ 300
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