Sapphire Blue Victorian era Mary Gregory Glass Bohemian Tumblers
Beautiful Victorian Era Mary Gregory Glass Sapphire Blue Tumblers. These beautiful Mary Gregory Sapphire Blue Glass Tumblers, with vertical optic ribbing, according to the book. Robert and Deborah Truitt were most likely made by the Harrach Glassworks in the 1880's and decorated b y Julius Mühlhaus & Co. Beautifully decorated with raised white enamels, one tumbler shows a girl in the forest with a butterfly on her hand, and the other tumbler has a like scene with a boy with a butterfly on his hand. In outstanding antique condition, no chips, cracks or other issues, 4-3/4 tall. I've included lots of photos to represent the piece, please take a look and please message me if you have any questions.
New information refutes claims that the Hahn company of Gablonz and the Jeannette company in Pennsylvania created this decoration. There is a new section on the Mary Gregory decorations made by the Fenton Art Glass Company. The authors use 145 photos (70 in color) to describe the various styles of the paintings and the techniques used to produce them.
The item "Sapphire Blue Victorian era Mary Gregory Glass Bohemian Tumblers" is in sale since Sunday, September 27, 2015. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\Bohemian/Czech\Other Bohemian/Czech Art Glass". The seller is "ciscocse" and is located in Brentwood, California.This item can be shipped worldwide.