Sadly, Warren has passed and the House of Brilliant Glass is in the process of closing its doors. All our personal collection pieces and the remaining inventory items are included in our Sales Catalog. All items are in “better than extremely fine condition” (BTEF) as defined on our Discussion on Condition page unless otherwise noted in the description of the piece. Over 200 pieces are being offered including major pieces from our personal Straus collection.
Additional information will be available upon request. We can best serve your needs if you call or email us regarding what you are looking for!
It has been a great twenty-three years. Happy hunting and THANK YOU!

EXPLORE our site.    We have several hundred pieces  of carefully-selected American Brilliant cut glass available.  Our inventory is indexed by inventory number, price, cutting house, shape, color-to-clear, rarities and silver-adorned items.
Please visit our Sales Catalog.

LEARN  more about American Brilliant cut glass by accessing several hundred pages of reference material.  We are particularly pleased to be able to post selected information from Jim Havens’  E-Book, A Guide to American Cut & Engraved Glassware.   The Guide has over 900 pages of carefully researched material on a wide array of subjects including major and minor cutting houses, scores of new identifications in — and corrections to — several of the previous books on ABCG (Boggess, Revi, Rarities, etc.).  The complete Guide is available above under menu item A Guide to ABCG.  Available reference books and catalogs are also available under menu item Identifying Glass.

ENJOY  the several hundred photographs throughout our site, most with informative details describing each piece and don’t forget to check out the Jim Havens’ E-Book.  it’s quite the learning experience.

CONDITION DEFINED:  We have two conditions for the American Brilliant Period cut glass offered on our website — BTEF (Better Than Extremely Fine) and EF (Extremely Fine).  You will find the meaning of each condition type in our A Discussion of Condition article under our Articles & Opinions menu above.   If you have any questions, ask us — we will be more than happy to answer any of your questions or concerns.