Press Releases tagged with wave crest

Unmarked, 17.5-inch-tall Wave Crest vase (10 inches across handles), with a hand-painted scenic decor on front and back and gilt metal feet.

The Lyle collection of Wave Crest, American Brilliant Cut Glass, Kelva and Nakara will be auctioned Sept. 7-8

Released: August 01, 2018

DOUGLASS, Kan. – The lifetime collection of Don and the late Carrol Lyle – dedicated collectors of Wave Crest, Nakara, Kelva and American Brilliant Cut Glass whose items have been featured in books, trade publications and museum exhibits – will be sold without reserve in a two-day auction slated for Sept. 7th-8th by Woody Auction, in the firm’s auction hall at 130 East Third Street in Douglass, Kansas.   The Lyles, who hail from Washington state, began collecting glassware pieces decades ago, with their main focus being on items produced by the C.F. Monroe Company (Meriden Conn., 1882-...


Lovely 8.75-inch pickle castor with amberina swirl ribbed art glass insert, set on a Derby #1917 silverplate frame in the shape of a two-wheel cart with a large butterfly.

Figural napkin rings, pickle castors, art glass and more will come up for bid Dec. 2nd at Woody Auction

Released: November 03, 2017

DOUGLASS, Kan. – Part 2 of the Fred and the late Maxine Zumthurn collection out of California – which features figural napkin rings and quality pickle castors but also includes art glass pieces, Wave Crest, Mount Washington, R. S. Prussia and Victorian antiques – will be held Saturday, December 2nd, by Woody Auction, online and in the Woody Auction gallery, at 120 Third Street in Douglass, Kansas.   Maxine Zumthurn passed away years ago and Fred has decided that now is the right time to share their vast collection with the buying and collecting public. The auction will get underway at ...


Magnificent, original cased yellow and orange cut velvet art glass brides basket with enamel floral decor, set on an unmarked Wilcox silverplate frame.

Part 1 of an outstanding art glass collection will be auctioned Sept. 9th, online and in Kansas

Released: August 14, 2017

Fred and Maxine Zumthurn of California accumulated so many pieces of art glass and other antiques over the course of their long and fruitful lives (Maxine has passed away), it will take at least two auctions – possibly more – to liquidate their entire collection. The first of these auctions is planned for Saturday, September 9th, in the gallery of Woody Auction, at 120 Third Street in Douglass.   “Part 1 of this exciting collection is sure to catch the attention of serious collectors,” said Jason Woody of Woody Auction. “Sold will be brides baskets, pickle castors, napkin rings, R. S. ...


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