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A GROUP OF THREE AMERICAN AND BOHEMIAN GLASS VESSELS, CIRCA 1900-1930, comprising a Steuben clear champagne coupe with red trailed rim and border, raised on clear blown fluted stem with red capital and base, with clear spreading foot, Corning, New York, model 6574, acid etched mark, height: 7 1/8", diameter: 3 3/4"; a Ludwig Moser & Sohne hexagonal ruby cased wine glass, the ruby ovoid form bowl encased within clear faceted form with matching stem and foot, Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary), Bohemia, acid etched mark, height: 7 7/8", diameter: 2 3/4"; and an H.C. Fry Glass Company bubble glass cordial with everted lip and wrapped with gold threading, raised on clear knopped baluster form stem with spreading foot, Rochester, Pennsylvania, circa 1926-1927, height: 6 1/2", diameter: 3 1/8".

Condition

All in overall good to very good condition with no evidence of chips, nicks, or cracks to the glass.

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Starting Bid

$100.00

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A GROUP OF THREE AMERICAN AND BOHEMIAN GLASS VESSELS,

Auction ended on Sun, May 20, 2018
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