News-Antique.com - Nov 13,2007 - Daryle S. Lambert, president of 31 Inc., author of "31 Steps to Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles" and leader of its offshoot antique investment club, the 31 Club, announces the sale of three rare miniature art glass vases, all under 2”, produced by glass master, Charles Lotton.
"We had planned to place these into our online Gallery, but as soon as word got out we had acquired these rare pieces, a private collector had already contacted us, and they were sold in an instant," said Lambert.
Charles Lotton Art Glass continues to grow in appeal, and some of his work has been compared to many of the Tiffany pieces produced in the 1950's.
Lotton first began his glass career in 1970, and in 1972, Lillian Nassau, a noted New York Tiffany dealer and her son, Paul Nassau, became the exclusive distributors for Lotton Art Glass for the next five years.
Today, the Lotton Studio, located in Crete, Illinois, produces some of the finest and most sought after art glass in the world, created by Charles Lotton, his son Daniel Lotton, and studio artists Jerry Heer and Scott Bayless.
Additional Charles Lotton Art Glass pieces are available through The 31 Marketplace & Gallery.
About 31 Gallery & Marketplace:
The 31 Gallery & Marketplace maintains a growing market place of high quality fine art and antiques, providing selling services at reasonable fees. Sellers may consign their pieces to 31 Inc. for a flat fee as an alternative to incurring high selling fees found with other industry selling services.
About 31 Inc.:
31 Inc. (www.31corp.com) teaches wealth building within the antiques, collectibles, and fine art markets through its 31 Club, an antique & fine art investment and wealth accumulation club based upon the wealth building methods set forth in author Daryle S. Lambert’s book, “31 Steps to Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles.” Lambert is president of 31 Inc, leader of its investment and wealth building club, the 31 Club, and the voice behind the popular “Guy In The Red Tie” Blog.
Daryle S. Lambert is available for interviews with accredited media by contacting: Cindy Stackler Nieder