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21. Two Steve Maslach Swirls - You'll be getting both gorgeous marbles for one bid. They are both similiar in design with a core of four ribbons in a sort of "cross through" style. Two of the ribbons are bright white edged in transparent burgundy, and two are transparent burgundy edged in bright white. There's also a single set of thin burgundy and yellow strands mirroring the twist of the ribbons. The larger marble measures 1-1/8" in diameter, the other measures 15/16". Neither marble is signed, both are in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) and I believe they were made in '00

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

         
                           
22. Two Steve Maslach Swirls - Another terrific pair of marbles from Cuneo Furnace. These gorgeous swirls measure 1-1/8" and 15/16" in diameter. Inside of a crystal clear base glass you'll find a ribbed white solid core with a cobalt blue overlay, the ribs combined with the twist of the core give them a super "tornado" like look. The outer layer just under the surface consists of twenty tightly packed white strands edged in cobalt blue making a full twist and a half. Neither marble is signed, both are in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) and I believe they were made in the mid 90's

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

         
           
23. Two Steve Maslach Swirls - And yet another dynamic duo for your consideration. The larger one measures a healthy 1-5/16" in diameter, the other measures 15/16". Inside of a crystal clear base glass is an alternating black and white core surrounded by a thin ribbon with white on one face, and a vibrant burgundy on the other. The design is further complimented by a single set of white, black, and burgundy strands mirroring the twist of the ribbon. The marble takes on a whole different appearance when viewed from opposite poles due to the two colors of the ribbon, excellent construction. Neither marble is signed, both are in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) and I believe they were made in the mid 90's

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

         
24. Three Steve Maslach Swirls - If two was good, three is terrific! The sizes of these three beautiful swirls are 15/16", 1-1/8", and 1-5/16" in diameter. Each is characterized by a single thin ribbon twisitng from pole to pole. One face of the ribbon is a delicious lime green, the other is white with a rainbow of lavender, blue, turquoise, green, yellow, orange, red, pink, and ending up with lavender again. There is a single set of strands mirroring the twist of the ribbon finishing off a super design. They are unsigned, in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) and were made in the mid 90's I believe.

Estimated Value 60-120 dollars.

 

           
25. Huge Contemporary Swirl - This gigantic swirl measures in at 3-1/16" in diameter. It appears to be a single pontil handgathered beauty with stringy swirls of bright orange, canary yellow, and white inside of a clear base glass. A very busy design with lots of eye appeal. Rumored to of been made by "Lewis" back in the mid 90's but I'm not familiar with the artist. It's in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

           
26. N. David Rosenfeldt Dichroic Swirl - This awesome example from Shipwrecked Glass consists of a black base glass with five bands of colorful dichroic glass corkscrewing from pole to pole in a left hand twist style. Sparkling colors of orange, blue, and purple dazzle the eye as this sweet swirl begs to be displayed. Measuring just over 1-1/2" in diameter, it is signed "NDR 98" and it will arrive at your door in Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars

 

           
27. N. David Rosenfeldt Dichroic Swirl - Here's our second fantastic marble from Shipwrecked Glass, this one has a vibrant cobalt blue base glass. Just under the surface are five wide bands of sparkling dichroic glass in chartruese, green, blue, purple, and orange. The bands corkscrew across the glass in a left hand twist giving the design just a little x-tra pizzazz, as if it needed anymore! It measures 1-1/2" in diameter and is in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Signed "NDR 98"

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

           
28. Jim Davis Caged Swirl - Now here's a terrific design you don't see everyday! Inside of a clear base glass is a latticinio like core of dark blue or black strands tightly packed together and twisting heavily in a "tornado" style. Surrounding the core is a "cage" of white bands spaced perfectly around the circumference in a left hand twist, definitely a keeper that will stand out in a crowd! It is signed "Jim Davis", it's in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) and was crafted in the mid 90's

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
29. Eddie Seese Banded Swirl - This is just a gorgeous marble from an outstanding craftsman. It measures 1-1/2" in diameter and has a subcore of white displaying two lobes. In the valleys you'll find a delicious transparent aqua blue color, at the peaks are bands of white and black strands making for a super contrast of colors. It's signed "FES", is in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) and was made in '02 I believe.

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
30. Geoffrey Beetem Stardust V Lobe - Wow! Measuring 1-3/8" in diameter here's one screaming to be displayed in your collection. Inside of a clear base glass is a deeply lobed pillow like core of sea green. In the two valleys you'll find a veil of dichroic sparkles in blue and green, at the peaks are bands of dark dichroic blue edged in lavender. Don't let this one go to your neighbor! You'll find it to be in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) It's signed "Beetem" and was crafted in the mid 90's

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

           
31. Teign Valley Glass Goldstone - Folks, there's only a limited number of marbles made by this English glass house, here's one with lots of eye appeal. Measuring in at 2-1/8" in diameter there's a whole lot to admire! Inside of a clear base glass there's a rich cobalt blue subcore with tones of sparkling goldstone across the surface. It reminds me of the "midnight sky" and maybe we'll lobby for a name change. :-) It's in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) signed "TVG", and was made in the early 2000's.

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

           
32. Steve Maslach Ribbon Swirl - Here's an absolutely gorgeous marble made by a master craftsman. Measuring 1-5/16" in diameter it has a crystal clear base glass. Inside is a double ribbon core in a "cross through" style, one is a bright white edged in canary yellow, the other is a delicious cobalt blue edged in the same nice yellow. There's also a single set of alternating white and blue strands mirroring the twist of the ribbons. Wet Mint condition, (9.9) unsigned and crafted in the late 90's

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
33. Charles Gibson Peppermint Swirl - This beautiful swirl measures in at 1-1/4" in diameter. Inside of a clear base glass is a solid core of bright white. Surrounding the core in sort of a mid level area are two panels of cobalt blue between two sets of transparent red strands, three thick strands per set. Wet Mint condition with a slight cold roll crease. (9.9) Unsigned it was crafted in the early to mid 90's

Estimated Value 20-40 dollars.

 

           
34. Trent Hall Lobed Core Swirl - This is such a pretty marble that I'm sure will be admired in any collection. There's alot to enjoy as it measures in at 2" in diameter. Inside of a crystal clear base glass is a colorful core displaying five very well defined lobes. The design is highlighted with vivid hues of blue, lavender, white, green, yellow, orange, red, and numerous streaks of sparkling lutz. It's in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) and signed "Trent Hall '02" Don't let this one go to your neighbor!

Estimated Value 40-80 dollars.

 

     
35. Two Jim Davis "Nebula" Swirls - Here's a couple of old ones from an artisan with a long history of making awesome marbles admired the world over. The larger one measures 1-11/16" in diameter and has a couple of black ribbons highly twisted through a mist like cloud of white. It's in Wet Mint condition (9.9) and unsigned. The other measures 1-1/2" in diameter and has a ribbon of blue and one of green twisiting through a similiar mist of white. Wet Mint (9.9) it's been signed "Jim Davis". Circa the early 90's

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

           
36. Geoffrey Beetem Ribbon Core Swirl - Another classic example from one of the best. This beautiful swirl measures in at 1-1/2" in diameter. Inside of a crystal clear base glass is a thin wide ribbon with a large sparkling lutz band in the center. On either side of the lutz are two sets of angel hair strands of bright yellow and chartruese, they are placed double decker like in two separate layers. On either side of those are bands of aventurine green, followed by a vibrant pink band, with a chartruese band finishing it off at each edge. Very complex construction. It's signed "Beetem" and was crafted in the late 90's I believe. Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

           
37. N. David Rosenfeldt Dichroic Swirl - A very nice design by Shipwrecked Glass on a marble measuring a very robust 2-1/8" in diameter. This huge beauty has a clear base glass with five wide bands of dichroic glass wrapping around it in a distinct left hand twist. Sparkling colors of green, blue, purple, orange, and teal are enhanced by the ability to look through to the other side for a dramatic rainbow blend that changes as you rotate the marble around, simply spectacular! It's signed "NDR" and I believe was crafted in '00 Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 60-120 dollars.

 

           
38. Steve Maslach Ribbon Core Swirl - Wow! This is one of my favorite marbles in the auction, it is absolutely gorgeous with a very complex construction. Measuring in at 1-3/8" in diameter it has a crystal clear base glass. Inside is a four vane ribbon core of an unusual transparent yellow, bright white, transparent aqua blue, and opaque sky blue with all the vanes being edged in black. Mirroring the twist of the ribbon are two separate sets of alternating black and white strands. It's in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) unsigned and crafted in the early to mid 90's

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
39. House of Marbles Etched Earth Marble - This worldly marble measures in at 2-5/16" in diameter. An absolutely crystal clear base glass has the land masses of the earth laser etched on it's surface. There's some added details of longtitude and lattitude lines, plus some of the smaller islands, a very nice looking marble. It comes with a glass stand and a nice padded box. Mint condition (9.9)

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

           
40. Charles Gibson Pink Latticinio - A very pretty design from Gibson glass incorporating a vibrant pink latticinio core with lots of tiny champagne bubbles clinging to the strands. Surrounding the core are four wide panels, two are pastel orange over a soft white band with green and lavender streaks, and two are lavender over white with streaks of green and blue. Measuring 1-9/16" in diameter it's in Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Crafted in the mid 90's it's unsigned.

Estimated Value 25-50 dollars.

 

           
41. Eddie Seese Dichroic Seagrass - Here's a very unusual and eye appealing design from a very talented artist. It measures a whopping 2-3/16" in diameter! Inside of a crystal clear base glass is a black grass like core that is covered in dazzling dichroic sparkles of green, blue, red, and purple. Rotating it in your hand reveals all kinds of cool rainbow effects. You'll find it to be in Wet Mint condition, (9.9) and it's signed "FES '02" Don't let this one pass you by!

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

           
42. Jim Davis Gooseberry Swirl - Another one of my favorite marbles in the auction. We have a clear base glass with a pretty subcore of cobalt blue which appears to have a mist of micro champagne bubbles or possibly aventurine. Wrapped tightly around the circumference are twelve bright orange strands alternating with twelve darker cobalt blue strands. A signature left hand twist compliments a very elegant design. Crafted in the early to mid 90's it's signed "Jim Davis". Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 30-60 dollars.

 

           
43. Geoffrey Beetem Ribbon Core Swirl - It's unreal what this wonderful artisan is able to create. This gorgeous swirl measures 1-1/2" in diameter and has a crystal clear base glass. At the center of the ribbon is a band packed with sparkling lutz. On either side of the lutz are sets of angel hair yellow strands in two layers, between which is a thin band of lavender. As if that wasn't complex enough, next to that segment on each side is a rich band of dichroic blue, then a band of baby blue, capped by a band of pink. Signed "Beetem" it was crafted in the mid 90's. Wet Mint condition. (9.9) Wow!

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

           
44. Shipwrecked Glass "H2O" Orb - A fascinating design by Debbie and David Rosenfeldt. They start with a traditional hand blown glass orb that is then filled with torch worked glass pieces. They add a liquid and then seal the small hole with a star shaped "belly button". A very eye catching display piece to be sure. Measuring 2-3/16" in diameter it's signed "DR 9-99". Wet Mint condition. (9.9)

Estimated Value 100-200 dollars.

 

           
45. Steve Maslach Solid Core Swirl - Here's another one of my favorites, measuring just over 1-3/4" in diameter there's a whole lot to admire! Inside an absolutely crystal clear base glass is a ridged solid core of cobalt blue. Surrounding the core just under the surface are twenty thin strands of bright white which are edged on each side by a single strand of baby blue and another of cobalt blue. The strands are tightly packed together covering about 65% of the surface leaving a window in which to admire that delicious core. Wet Mint condition.(9.9) Crafted in the early 2000's it's unsigned.

Estimated Value 50-100 dollars.

 

 

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