Beaumont One Light Candlestick
- (1920s - 30s) (Cobalt, Crystal, Ruby, Ferlux, ) (5" H. - 4 1/2" D.)
These beautiful candlesticks can be found in ruby, Fer-lux, crystal, and cobalt blue. Like the larger 2-light candlesticks, pictured to the left, they are very ornate in design. The Fer-lux (moonstone) candlesticks are often found with various Beaumont gold and enameled fired on decorations.
Beaumont Octagonal Footed Candy or Puff Box
-(1920's-1930's) (Amber, Crystal, Green, Jadite, Pink)
Beaumont's octagonal-shaped, four-footed small candy or powder jar is 4.25" wide and 3.5: high. The colored dots decoration has been found on Fer-Lux pieces with black, blue, green or red dots. Decorated pieces will usually have a gold trimmed knob and a gold line around the edge of the lid.
Beaumont Tall Urn Candy
-(1920's-1930's) (Amber, Black, Cobalt, Fer-Lux, Jadite)
This square footed covered urn is 10" tall. The lid has a leaf design finial. Several different metallic decorations have been found on these urns. Two of these urns were used to complete a console set with Beaumont's square footed oval console bowl. Lamps that were fashioned from this urn may also be found.
Beaumont Rectangular Cigarette Box
- (1920's-1930's) (Crystal, Fer-lux, Ruby)
This rectangular cigarette box is 3.5" long and 2.75" wide. It can be found in Fer-Lux with many of the Beaumont enameled or silver decorations. The decoration pictured here is Beaumont's popular Chintz pattern. The small cupped astray that accompanies this box to form a cigarette set is much harder to find than the box. This ashtray is round and measures 2.75" in diameter.
Beaumont Court Jester I Powder Jar
- (1930s) (Aqua Satin, Aqua transparent, Black, Black satin, Green satin, Green transparent, Jadite, Fer-lux (Clambroth), Pink satin, Pink transparent, Topaz satin, and Topaz transparent)
The finial of the "Court Jester" powder jars is comprised of a jester head with the typical ruffled collar around his neck. The bottom of "Court Jester I" is round, 5.25" in diameter, and contains twelve square tab-like feet. Many of the bases also bear the mark "Taussaunt Glass" on the bottom. This jar has been found in a variety of colors including black, black satin, blue satin, green satin, green transparent, jadite, Fer-lux (clambroth), pink satin, pink transparent, Vaseline satin, and Vaseline transparent. The black jar has been found with silver decoration. According to an article in the February, 1977 "Depression Glass Daze" by Sophia Papanau, the patent for this jar was obtained by Jerome E. Baum in 1929. "Court Jester I" has been found with several paper labels. Among these are a "Dermay Bath Powder" paper label and a "Wrisley Quality" paper label. A recently found label -SANCY FRERES PARFUM- is pictured in the Pop Up window.This suggests that more than one powder company used this jar to promote their products. This jar was produced by the Beaumont Glass Company. The bottom to this jar will be found with a non figural finial lid. It was sold by Beaumont as a candy and was also furnished to cosmetic companies for use as a bath salts container. This same jester head finial was also used by Beaumont on a jar with a three-footed base.
Beaumont Court Jester II Powder Jar
"Court Jester II," is a variation of the "Court Jester I" jar, shown in the photo above. We have only seen this style complete jar in black and jadite, but bases in Moonstone (clambroth) are known. Some of the black jars have been found with platinum trim. This round jar is 5.25" in diameter and 5.5" high. The lids on both styles of "Court Jester" jars are the same. "Court Jester II" has a deep 3-footed base. We have not seen this style base with the "Taussaunt Glass" mark. The maker of this jar was the Beaumont Glass Company of West Virginia. A candy jar with this base and a non figural finial lid was sold by this company.
Beaumont Lamp from #185 Flared Vase
-(1920's-1930's) (Fer-Lux, Jadite)
This 8.5" tall lamp was created by combining the 6" flared vase with the small four-footed base. Holes were drilled through the center of base recess and the bottom of the vase to allow the cord to pass through. The two parts were held together with the metal fitting used to attach the lamp socket. Lamps have been found in solid Fer-Lux, solid jadite and with a jadite top or Fer-Lux top with a black base. Both colors of tops have been seen with Beaumont enameled and metallic decorations. The stork figure in either gold or silver is one of the more interesting decorations. The lamp can be found with either a smooth round top or a crimped top.
Beaumont Sunburst Powder Jar
- (1920's-1930's) (Black, Cobalt satin, Green satin, Pink satin, Topaz satin)
Records from the American Flint Glass Workers Union confirm this powder jar was produced by Beaumont in the late 1920's. This 4" square powder jar has 4 small feet on the corners of the bottom. The lid has an embossed "sunburst" in the center. The feet, the corners of the lid. and the "sunburst" are sometimes found decorated with gold. The underside of the base is embossed "Taussuaunt Glass." Colors found most often are pink satin and green satin.
Beaumont Octagonal Center Handled Server
-(1920's-1930s) (Amber, Black, Crystal, Green, Rose)
This 10 1/2" diameter octagonal server has a heart-shaped looped center handle. It can be found in most of the Beaumont colors and with many of the usual enameled or silver decorations.
Beaumont Ribbed Vase with Base
-(1920's-1930s)(Black, Fer-Lux, Jadite, Ruby)
This beautiful ribbed vase is found in ruby, jade green, black, and Fer-Lux. You occasionally find it being attributed to Fenton, but the ribbed vase in these colors was exclusive to Beaumont. The vase is 6" tall and 6" wide at the flared top. The base shown has a 3" recess and is the base that Beaumont used with it's vases, and smaller bowls. This base can be found in black, jadite and Fer-Lux. Many vases were sold with a black base, but some may be found with a Fer-Lux or jadite color base.
Beaumont 4-Leg Base
-(1920's-1930's) (Black, Fer-Lux, Jadite, Opal)
Three sizes of Beaumont's four-legged base were made. The smallest base with a 3" top recess was generally used with vases and small bowls. The medium-size base has a recess of 3.5" It will usually be found drilled for use as a lamp part. The largest base has a recess of 4 inches. It will often be found with some of the larger bowls. The colors found most easily are black and Fer-Lux. Jadite bases are elusive, but are not rare. The milk glass or opal bases appear to be the hardest to find.