You can see the pieces from the entire line here.
I ventured out yesterday with a dear friend to a glass show in Northern Virginia, and what a surprise it was for me to discover a treasure trove of the infamous Imperial Hunt Scene, made by the now-defunct Cambridge Glass Company. It was a trifecta of sorts. I had never come across some of the pieces I saw yesterday.
The glass was only made for a handful of years so the supply was never large and it is still very hard to find. This is the green color below with a gold etching from a pair of candlesticks. You most often see it in green and pink (the pink is called peach-blo).
You also can find the pink and green stems which I also love. Sometimes the pattern is in gold and other times it is only etched in the glass.
It is found also in clear and in black and gold which is much more rare.
The amber color is my least favorite but you don't see this often. This is an ice pail and there there is also an ice bucket. I have a pink ice bucket which a dealer friend found for me in Florida.
There are a few pieces from time-to-time on Etsy and Ebay. This is for sale on Etsy right now but I find the prices can be a bit high. I think the best place to find the glass is from a dealer who usually negotiates well on price. You can see these candlesticks here.
This tumbler is also for sale. See it here.
There were three decanters yesterday at the show. I am showing two of them. The third was in green. I can't tell you how rare it is to find one of these.
And lastly another rarity, a Willow bridge set. This is so adorabale, all in one piece.
I love seeing these treasures. I wonder how many homes these glasses have lived in, how many dinner parties they've been a part of, after a long day's hunting in the country.