Tom Harris Auctions presents a mesmerizing display of collectibles in its Antique Glass, China and Collectibles auction. A silver flatware set, titled “King Edward” engraved with a detailed design is one of the early examples of Gorham sterling silver. The craftsmanship associated with the Gorham silverware is quite popular even today. Glassware termed as America’s first, also called Carnival glassware made by Fenton are dominate as collectibles. Among them the Fenton Carnival blue glass bowl with bright metallic “Peacock on the Fence” pattern etched on its interior is the highest valued piece.
The “Singing Bird” water set fascinates by portraying the perfect example of popular glass etching treatments developed by Northwood. The auction also features multiple articles providing a glimpse of the rich art culture associated with them. Different forms of chinaware, glassware, porcelain articles, Wallace silverware, and many others are presented in the auction at affordable prices. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Tom Harris Auctions.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (9), Decorative Art (341), Furniture (13)
# of Lots:366
Price Range:$300 - $ 700.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Fenton Carnival glass bowl|| Estimate: |
|Northwoods 7 piece singing bird water set|| Estimate: |
|Fenton Daisy & Fern cranberry opalescent lamp|| Estimate: |
|Gorham flatware set, titled King Edward|| Estimate: |
|Germany porcelain clock set|| Estimate: |
|Pairpoint style cut glass electric lamp|| Estimate: |