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Glass for Sale

This page has been established by the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass as a place where previously-owned contemporary glass pieces may be advertised for sale exclusively by our members. If you are an AACG member and have a unique piece you want to sell, whose sale price is $1,000 or more, you can post a notice. There is a charge of $50 to post the listing for 6 months, or $90 for a full year. Listings run on the calendar year, from January 1 to June 30, and from July 1 to December 31. Objects can be posted at any time, but there will be no price proration to simplify the process. AACG member galleries wishing to advertise secondary market pieces also are welcome to post notices for individual items, subject to the same fees.

The notice must include the name of the piece and the artist, dimensions of the piece, asking price, and a point of contact (telephone, fax, e-mail, or mail). A photo of the piece is also required. Additional descriptive information such as condition of the piece are highly desirable. The form below will allow you to provide this information.

This site is intended to serve a secondary market, not as a marketplace for artists. It is suggested that sellers price their piece at market value (what the piece might go for in an auction), versus retail (or insurance) value, if you want to successfully sell the object.

A wanted-to-buy section is at the bottom of the page, for people looking for specific pieces or artists they wish to add to their collection. Wanted-to-buy listings will be charged the same fees as glass for sale listings. 

All sales are made between the buyer and seller. AACG is not involved in any way in sales or as an intermediary. This site is provided as a service for our members. As with anything on the Internet, sellers should do due dilligence and make sure a buyer isn't a scammer (see more information below). 

AACG at its sole discretion reserves the right to accept or deny a listing.

Submit a listing online: Click here to proceed to the online form.


The number of internet scams is growing rapidly. By making this a site where only AACG members can list works for sale, it helps reduce the chance that sellers are scammers since anyone listing can be verified as an AACG member. However, buyers can still be anyone in the Internet universe.  Beware of a buyer who wants to have a third party send you a cashier's check for more than the amount of the purchase, with you forwarding the difference plus the piece; the check (even a cashier's check) can be bogus.  Sellers should not release any personal information, banking information regarding electronic wires, etc. ALL SELLERS ON THIS SITE MUST BE VERY CAREFUL!  Please be vigilant, protective of your property, and as clever as the internet scammers who want to take advantage of you. Scams need not prevent you from doing business on the internet, but they do make it important that you use caution and common sense in your transactions.

DISCLAIMER: This site is a service provided by AACG, which has no liability for its use or to any party that uses the site.  Buyers and sellers are solely responsible their own negotiations.  The prices listed are solely at the discretion of the seller.  In no way does AACG endorse prices as an accurate appraisal of an artwork's value. 

Wanted to buy listed at bottom of page. Click here
Last update on October 1, 2018.

Offered for Sale by AACG Members

  • Lipofsky, Marvin.   End All War, 1967. 4 x 6 x 7 inches. Rare 1967 Lipofsky shows some age on flocking but it does not detract from importance of this early work. Click here for photo. $3,800. Inquiries: or 206-660-0923.
  • Moje, Klaus.    Untitled, 1995. 10.5 x 10.5 inches. Very colorful with round depression in center. Mint condition. Click here for photo. $5,000. Inquiries: Henry Halem,
  • Ourdouillie, Jean-ClaudeCroissant Rouge, 2000. Unique, cast glass, 12"H x 22"W x  4"D. Click here for photo. $3,200 plus shipping. Inquiries: 214-696-8133.
  • Signoretto, Pino.  Circa 1998, from an estate collection. Approximately 24" high x 15" wide. Click here for photo. $15,000. Inquiries:

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Wanted to Buy by AACG Members

  • Wanted to purchase: "Raven Steals the Moon" by Preston Singletary. Am looking for the version with the moon down in the raven's beak, not at the tip of the beak. Please reply with some pictures and the asking price. Contact
  • Wish to acquire “signature” examples of various artists who have learned, mentored, or taught at the Pilchuck Glass School for a Legacy Collection found at: Contact:
  • Wanted to Purchase: Collector and dealer looking to purchase contemporary glass including Frantisek Vizner, William Morris, Howard Ben Tre,  Dale Chihuly, Dan Dailey, Michael Glancy, David Huchthausen, Richard Jolley, Jon Kuhn, Stanislav Libensky, Marvin Lipofsky, Harvey Littleton, Dante Marioni, Richard Marquis, Klaus Moje, Joel Phillip Myers, Tom Patti, Mark Peiser, Richard Ritter, Deborah Moore, Ginny Ruffner, Preston Singletary, Lino Tagliapietra, Toots Zynsky, and other high end works. Also Italian and Swedish glass including Orrefors Expo and Ariel pieces and Kosta Unik pieces.  Unlike others we offer cash and not consignment of your pieces!  We also have many works for sale, so just ask if you are looking.  For a fast response please contact Howard with asking prices and photos of your pieces at

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Submit your listing online: Fill in the form below and then continue to the payment page where you can use your credit card to pay for your glass for sale listing via PayPal. PayPal will e-mail you a receipt.

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