A GROUP OF THREE AMERICAN IVORY COLORED OPAL GLASS VESSELS, CIRCA CIRCA 1890-1900, comprising a Mount Washington Glass Co. shaded ivory colored opal glass lobed bowl with reticulated gilt metal cover decorated with a wreath of intertwined branches with leaves and flowers, the rim with gilt beaded border, the sides with raised bordered two-tone gilt prunus blossoms and branches, decorated by Smith Brothers, New Bedford, Massachusetts, marked on the bottom in red (lion rampant), "TRADEMARK," height: 3 7/8", diameter: 5 1/4"; a Mount Washington ivory colored opal glass perfume atomizer of ribbed octagonal form, with gilt metal cap with threaded goose neck fitting, braided bulb, and glass tube, decorated by Smith Brothers with raised gilt edged stylized floral blossoms, marked on the bottom in red (lion rampant), "TRADEMARK," height: 6 1/8", width: 4 5/8", depth: 3 1/2"; and a small related ivory colored opal glass lobed bowl with gray enamel dotted rim and enamel butterfly decoration to the side, height: 1 1/4", diameter: 2".
The large gilt covered bowl in overall good condition with no evidence of chips, nicks, or cracks to the glass, minor rubbing to the gilt metal, gilt enamel decoration on the bowl intact; the atomizer also in overall good condition with no evidence of chips, nicks, or cracks to the glass, minor surface rubbing, goose neck fitting possibly a replacement; the small lobed bowl with areas of loss to the enamel dotted rim, enamel decoration on the side rubbed.
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