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1. Charles Gibson Latticinio Swirl - Gorgeous marble measuring 1-1/2" in diameter. Inside of a crystal clear base glass is a narrow core of white strands. Surrounding the core just under the surface are four bands of soft white, between which are sets of purple, red, and lime green strands. Very pretty design with lots of eye appeal. You'll find it to be in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Unsigned.

Estimated Value 20-40 dollars.

 

           
2. Jim Davis Braided Latticinio - Unusual design with some "sparkling" effects. It measures 1-1/2" in diameter and has a lattcinio style core made up of white, green, blue, and pink strands intertwined with thin strands of lutz. Surrounding the core are "twisted" filigrana style braids of numerous color combinations, some also having strands of lutz mixed in. Signed "Jim Davis" this is an early example from the mid 90's. You'll find it to be in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
3. Grant Maul Swirl - Wow! This is really one super looking marble measuring in at 1-1/8" in diameter. Inside of a crystal clear base glass is a core of bright opaque red bands spaced between bands of sparkling lutz. Surrounding the core are three sets of vibrant strands, one consists of blue, white, and yellow, another is blue, white, and green, and the third is blue, white, and the same delicious red color used in the core. It's signed "Maul 1995 USA" and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

           
4. Steve Maslach Latticinio Swirl - Just another excellent example of the fine quality of craftsmanship we've come to expect from Cuneo Furnace. This one measures a healthy 1-5/16" in diameter and has a crystal clear base glass with a perfectly made white lattice core intertwined with a wide thin ribbon of transparent teal green. It has an outer layer of two sets of tightly packed thin strands of white that mirror the twist of the core. It is in Wet Mint condition (9.9) Crafted in the mid 90's it is unsigned.

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
5. Charles Gibson Lobed Onionskin - Here's a very well made marble measuring in at 1-1/2" in diameter. Inside the clear base glass is a subcore of white with rich cobalt blue overlayed. It displays eight very well defined lobes adding all kinds of depth to an already pretty interesting marble. Crafted in the mid 90's it is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Unsigned.

Estimated Value 25-50 dollars.

 

           
6. Jim Davis Snakeskin Swirl - Now here's a classic you'll be hard pressed to find anywhere else. It has a clear base glass with a "snakeskin" core of blue, green, burnt orange, and yellow. There's no subcore and the large amount of tiny champagne bubbles mixed in gives it a sparkling lutz like effect. It's signed "Jim Davis" and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Another old one from the mid 90's

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
7. Geoffrey Beetem Ribbon Swirl - Awesome marble measuring 1-5/16" in diameter. Crystal clear base glass contains a thin twisted core of white with a transparent red overlay. Wrapping around the core are two thin ribbons of creamy tan and marshmallow white having a wide band of sparkling lutz in the center. Each ribbon is edged in a pretty purple on one side, and an equally nice aqua blue on the other. Signed "Beetem" it is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Crafted in the mid 90's

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

           
8. Tyler Hall Pastel Lobed Core - This delicious looking marble measures in at a very healthy 1-7/8" in diameter. Inside of a clear base glass is a cloud like subcore of soft white designed with five well defined lobes. On top of the white in an end of day style are creamy patches of pink, aqua blue, green, chartreuse, and lavender. A sprinkling of lutz along the edges compliments the design nicely. It is signed "Tyler Hall '02" and is in it's original Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
9. Charles Gibson Vaseline Glass Eye - Whoa! Here's looking at you kid! This neat looking marble measures in at 1-1/2" in diameter and is made of highly flourescent yellow vaseline glass. On the surface is a large white pupil with rays of soft white flowing off to the other side. A bit hard to "see" in the pictures but it's a nice added touch. Made in the late 90's it's in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Unsigned

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

           
10. Chris Smith Earth Marble - "He's got the whole world, in his hands".....very cool marble measuring 1-3/4" in diameter. It's made of a clear base glass with a sky blue subcore just under the surface. On top of the core are depictions of the continents in green along with the poles done in snow covered white. It has a ground pontil on the bottom and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Made in the mid 90's it's signed "CAS".

Estimated Value 25-50 dollars.

 

           
11. Sammy Hogue Snakeskin - Excellent example measuring in at a whopping 1-13/16" in diameter. It has a clear base glass with a neat design of white and a corkscrew pattern of green jam packed with aventurine. There's no subcore so you can see through to the other side giving it a little something x-tra. It's signed "SLH '97" and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
12. Jim Davis Onionskin - Very eye appealing marble measuring 1-1/2" in diameter. It has a white subcore in a snakeskin style with a band of pastel lavender and another of purple on top. It's really a delicious looking mib with it's classic left hand twist. Probably crafted in the late 90's early '00 it's signed "Jim Davis" and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

         
13. Hank Schwartz Marbles - You'll be getting all four marbles for one bid. These marbles measure between 3/4" and 13/16" in diameter. They're done in a paperweight style having a single or several pieces of cane placed on one side of the crystal clear base glass. When viewed through the other side the pieces are magnified making the marble itself look much better. On the surface of the backside of the marble you'll find a neat design, including corkscrews, a snakeskin, and some colored dots. All the marbles are in Wet Mint condition (9.9) Unsigned and made in '00 thru '02

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

         
14. Eli Schwartz Marbles - Again, you'll be getting all four marbles for one bid. The signature transparent blue glass marble that the figures are placed on measure approximately 3/4" in diameter. You'll be getting a neat red dragon with a yellow dotted spine - an excellent green, orange, and red snake - and two Gecko lizards, one with yellow dots and the other with a green and orange back. Crafted in the late 90's they're in Mint condition. (9.9) Everyone will enjoy these super collectibles!

Estimated Value 60-120 dollars.

 

     
15. Steve Maslach Dichroic Cane and Swirls - For one bid you'll be getting all four marbles and the work in progress cane to boot! The marbles measure 15/16" in diameter, and the cane is approximately 4-1/4" long. Marbles and cane are both made from a black base glass with spiraling swirls of dichroic in red, blue, orange, green, and yellow. These are absolutely gorgeous and seem to change colors as you move them around. Made in the late 90's they're in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 100-200 dollars.

 

           
16. Geoffrey Beetem Ribbon Swirl - An impressive swirl from the master! This one measures 1-7/16" in diameter and packs a ton of sparkling lutz in the center of it's thin single ribbon. Next to the lutz are angel hair strands of yellow along with a band of lavender. Next to that is a wide band of dichroic blue, followed by a soft white with ice blue edges, capped by an absolutely delicious band of white overlayed with a transparent red giving it a pink hue. A stunning color combination on a ribbon making two full twists. It's signed "Beetem" and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Made in the late 90's

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

           
17. Charles Gibson Panelled Divided Core - This is just a terrific looking marble that will make for a nice addition to any collection. Measuring 1-1/2" in diameter it has a crystal clear base glass with four wide bands of cobalt blue in the center. Around the core are four "panels" of color with strands of transparent purple, opaque red, and a yellow green combination between them. The panels themselves are canary yellow and transparent red, green, and purple over white. There is a small subsurface moon right near the pole, Mint - condition. (9.0) Unsigned and made in the late 90's

Estimated Value 20-40 dollars

 

           
18. Grant Maul Dichroic Ribbon Swirl - Here's a very vibrant marble that measures 1-3/16" in diameter. It has a single ribbon of black with streaks of sparkling orange dichroic glass, it's edged in white on one side and lime green on the other. Mirroring the face of the ribbon is an outer layer of bright opaque red, yellow, and green on one side - opaque blue, yellow, and green on the other. It's signed "G. Maul 1995 USA" and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

           
19. Jim Davis Double Ribbon Swirl - This dazzling marble measures in at just over 1-1/2" in diameter. Inside of a clear base glass is a double ribbon of narrow blue bands twisting from pole to pole. Surrounding the core are four wide ribbons of aventurine green making for a unique design with a distinct left hand twist. Crafted in the late 90's it's signed "Jim Davis". Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
20. Trent Hall Lobed End of Day Swirl - Now here is an unusual marble with lots of eye appeal. It appears to be an End of Day displaying six well defined lobes. The base glass is clear with an awesome design of aventurine green, flecks of lavender, canary yellow, red, blue, green, white, purple, and all kinds of sparkling lutz too! It's signed "Trent Hall '02" and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

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