Mark of the Week – Sculptsmith’s ‘Brutalist’ Starburst Sculpture
This rather abstract, unmarked metal wall hanging looks like 1960s department store relic that one might find now in a Goodwill store with a $100 […]
Cottone Auctions Sale to Feature Works by Greatest Names in the Art World
GENESEO N.Y – Works by some of the greatest names of 19th- and 20th-century art will be part of Cottone Auctions’ annual Winter Fine Art […]
It’s All in the Marks: Identifying Baccarat Crystal and Glass
Baccarat has built a worldwide reputation for making perfume bottles, barware, quality stemware and chandeliers. Baccarat has a history dating back to the early years […]
A History of The Sandwich Glass Company
Deming Jarvis started the Boston and Sandwich Glass Factory in 1825. Sandwich was a small town on Cape Cod that was rich in fuel, had easy access to major waterways, and was located only 50 miles from Boston. When Jarvis purchased the land for the factory, he purchased the surrounding 20,000 acres of forest so that the company would not have to pay for wood to burn in the furnaces.
I have a blue Mary Gregory rose bowl not sure what’s it worth?
The Mark of Heisey Glass
Another interest we would like to intoduce you to is Heisey Glass, a favorite of Sheri for many years.