European Glass & Studio Glass 2022-07-08 Auction - 626 Price Results - Dr. Fischer Fine Art Auctions in Baden Wurttemberg - Page 5
Important and rare vase with fishesVase ''creta Papillon'' with metal mountingVase object
DoneJul 08, 2022 9:00 AM EDT
Heilbronn, Baden Wurttemberg, Germany
Auction Details

European Glass & Studio Glass

- incl. Collection Christa & Achim Schuerenberg , Ikora glass and metal (Lot 1 - 90) - Form Glass, Engraved Glass, 19th Century Glass, Historism Glass, Enamelled & Milk Glass, Paperweights, Art Nouveau & Art Deco Glass, Reverse Paintings on Glass, Hocks, Modern Glass & Studio Glass
 
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Pitcher with handle: Transylvanian jug with handle, 19th century. Light green, slightly bubbled glass with break-off and optical longitudinal ribs and net pattern. Appliqued ear handle. H. 12,5 cm
0097: Pitcher with handleEst. €50-€80
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Large joke bottle with stopper: Large joke bottle with stopper South German, 18th/19th century. Smoke colored or slightly manganese stained, bubbled glass. Bellied body with five circumferentially applied, leaf-like pinched and
0098: Large joke bottle with stopperEst. €200-€300
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Large jug with handle: Large jug with handle Germany, probably Thuringia, Lauscha, 19th c. Colorless, longitudinal optical glass with breakage. On lip rim and neck spirally applied cobalt blue thread. H. 27,5 cm
0099: Large jug with handleEst. €80-€120Lot Passed
Thread glass jug: Thread glass jug Germany, probably Thuringia, Lauscha, 19th c. Colorless glass with breakage and diagonally melted yellow threads. Round foot, bulbous wall with tubular neck. On lip rim thread
0100: Thread glass jugEst. €120-€150Lot Passed
Pitcher with handle: Jug with handle 19th c. Slightly smoked glass with demolition. Cylindrical wall with fused milk glass threads and red fleck. Red fused-on mouth rim. H. 14,8 cm
0101: Pitcher with handleEst. €100-€120Lot Passed
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Pitcher with handle: Jug with handle Germany, probably Thuringia, Lauscha, 19th century. Pear-shaped wall with longitudinally fused spiral bands in yellow and red and net bands of milk glass threads. Applied handle made
0102: Pitcher with handleEst. €100-€120
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Ball bottle with pewter screw cap: Spherical bottle with pewter screw cap Germany, probably Bavarian Forest, 18th c. Amber reticulated glass on three later added nupped feet, probably originally a rose or Holy Sepulchre sphere. H. 12
0103: Ball bottle with pewter screw capEst. €400-€500
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Purple glass bag bottle: Bag bottle made of violet glass Alpine, 18th c. Drop-shaped, slightly flattened on both sides with optical decoration, slightly raised bottom and break-off. H. 16 cm
0104: Purple glass bag bottleEst. €150-€250
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Liquor bottle: Alpine schnapps bottle, 19th c. Cobalt blue glass flattened on both sides with slightly raised bottom and break-off. Pewter screw top. H. 24 cm
0105: Liquor bottleEst. €200-€300
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Two bottles: Two bottles of Germany/Austria and Persia, 19th c. Colorless and green glass, respectively, with raised bottom and break-off. Green wall flattened on both sides at the neck with spirally applied
0106: Two bottlesEst. €80-€150Lot Passed
Flat bottle in braid: Plattflasche in braid Alpine, c. 1800 Light green glass with demolition, flattened wall on both sides with reinforced spout. Signs of age. H. 20 cm
0107: Flat bottle in braidEst. €150-€200Lot Passed
Wart bottle: Wart bottle Alpine, 18th c. Colorless glass blown in model, flattened on both sides with breakage and smooth tubular neck. H. 12,5 cm
0108: Wart bottleEst. €200-€300Lot Passed
Liquor bottle: Schnapps bottle South Germany or Austria, 19th century. Slightly grayish glass with slightly raised bottom and break. In cross-section rectangular wall with beveled corners and longitudinal optic
0109: Liquor bottleEst. €200-€250Lot Passed
Two mace cups: Two club mugs South German, 19th c. So-called. Bierliesl. Bottom with a break. Wall decorated with strong warts and optical net decor, respectively. H. 17,5 and 20 cm
0110: Two mace cupsEst. €220-€260Lot Passed
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Two beer sticks: Two beer stems Potsdam, 19th c. Gray and greenish glass with breakage. On the slender cylindrical wall cut calibration marks ''0,7L'' and ''0,8L'' respectively. H. 27,5 - 28,5 cm
0111: Two beer sticksEst. €180-€250
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Shot glass with blue rim: Shot glass with blue rim E. 19th/20th c. Slightly greenish, bubbled glass. Cylindrical body. H. 9 cm
0112: Shot glass with blue rimEst. €50-€80
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Pitcher with handle: Handled jug Transylvania, E. 18th c. Colorless glass with breakage, blown longitudinally optically, twice constricted. Band handle made of colorless glass. Mouth rim with beak spout and applied
0113: Pitcher with handleEst. €100-€120Lot Passed
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Two wine bottles: Two wine bottles Probably England, 18th century. Olive green glass with high-cut bottom and break-off. Cylindrical body and tapered neck. Glass seal on the shoulder marked ''VB'' and ''J:R''. Min.
0114: Two wine bottlesEst. €250-€350
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Bottle: Bottle North German or Belgium, 18th c. Ground or dipped find. Olive green glass with raised base, break-off, flattened shoulder as well as tubular neck. Sintered. H. 24,5 cm
0115: BottleEst. €80-€150Lot Passed
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Two wine bottles: Two wine bottles North German, 18th century. Olive colored glass with high cut bottom and break, flat shoulder and upward tapering tubular neck. Below the spout circumferential thread overlay. Mouth
0116: Two wine bottlesEst. €150-€180
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Six bottles: Six bottles a.o. France, Belgium, 18th/19th c. Olive green glass with raised bottom and demolition. Two bottles with seal on the shoulder. One bottle sintered and damaged. H. 13 - 30,5 cm
0117: Six bottlesEst. €100-€150Lot Passed
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Three Romans: Three Romans German, 19th c. Green glass. Spun trumpet base, above hollow stem with three berry scales. Spherical dome circumferentially decorated with vine leaves border in silver painting. H. 14 cm
0118: Three RomansEst. €50-€80
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Four drinking glasses: Four drinking glasses Belgium and Germany, 18th c. Tear-off glasses. Disc feet with folded rim at the bottom. Two pointed goblets and goblets with air bubbles in the stem. H. 13,2 - 14,8 cm
0119: Four drinking glassesEst. €150-€200
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Five thread glasses: Five thread jars North German and England, 18th century. Colorless and manganese stained glass with breakage. Spiral milk glass threads or hollow threads in the stems. Cup or trumpet shaped bowl. One
0120: Five thread glassesEst. €300-€400
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