Joseph Locke - Locke Art glassware set

Lidded pot and 11 goblets: 5 1/8" high, 2 5/8 across at top, 2 1/8 across at bottom, slender shaped clear glassware with a low handle - 11 of these curved goblets. Etched with poppies along the top with vertical lines running to a scallop at the bottom. Signed Locke Art on all. Also, two-piece pot with handle and spout, with a lid. Clear etched glassware. Also signed Locke Art under handle. Handle has scroll etching at bottom. Pot is decorated the same as the goblets with poppies and vertical lines leading to an inverse scallop near the bottom. The top of the pot has poppies only with a 6 sided glass knob. THe pot is a little under 6 inches tall without the lid. 8inches with the lid. The circumference is about 20" around.


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Grace Harlow

Mearto specialist

December 20, 2023
Fair Market Value:

The appraised items consist of a 20th century etched glass pot with lid and 11 matching glasses with handles. The pot and glasses have a distinctive poppy design with fern fronds and vertical decorative bands that terminate in a scallop pattern at the bottom of the pot and glasses. Given the size and shape of the pot and matching glasses, it’s possible the set was originally used to serve lemonade or iced tea. The pot and glasses are signed “Locke Art,” which likely refers to Joseph Locke, a glass artist who worked primarily in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The estimate provided is based on comparables recently offered and sold at auction. In many cases, pricing for similar examples available on the primary (retail) market vary and are often higher than secondary (auction) market examples. Please note, the fact that the glasses are not a complete set of 12 was taken into consideration when establishing the estimate provided.