Philip Chasen Antiques features authentic Louis Comfort Tiffany Favrile glass, antique Tiffany Studios lamps and desk sets, Daum Nancy glass, Emile Galle glass, Louis Icart etchings and paintings, Handel lamps, Pairpoint lamps, Art Deco French glass by Le Verre Francais and Schneider, Rookwood, Grueby, Van Briggle, and Marblehead pottery, Loetz glass, Steuben glass, Quezal glass, Durand glass, Martin Brothers pottery, R. Lalique glass, and F.S. Church paintings.

For 36 years I’ve traveled the world buying and selling many exceptional objects of art. My expertise and integrity are well recognized in the antiques world. I have been dealing with many of the same clients for over 20 years. I hope to do the same with you.

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  1. I have a Handel lamp I would like to sell. I have pictures of the lamp and stamped base. I have no idea of it’s worth. Do you appraise? and can you give information about selling? I havve no idea what steps to take. Thank you.

  2. Id like to send you a pic of probably the biggest Icart painting ever done, of Icart and his wife Fanny and their dog… 8x6ft

    It came straight from the Icart estate in the 1970’s… My father purchased it

  3. Hello,
    Back in about 1980 my Mother trash picked the ugliest picture I have ever seen in my life! It is a woman with a peacock and a cauldron of some kind. I have held onto this print for many, many years. It is in pretty bad shape, no longer in a frame and yet I still hold onto it. Maybe for sentimental value since my Mother passed away or maybe because deep down inside I like art. LOL…anyway. It says in the top right corner…copy right 1925 and it is signed by the artist in the left bottom corner. My question is…how would I be able to tell if this was something of value. I am by no means an artsy type of gal…I’m a mother…animal nurse…lover of flea markets…not a knower of the art worls.
    Any help you would be willing to give would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you for your time.
    Treena in Pennsylvania.

  4. First you have to find out the name of the artist. Then you can research prices. However, condition is important, so since you mention the print is in bad shape, it probably has little value.

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