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American Art Glass892 of 945HELP WITH PEACH BLOW VASE!Quezal Floriform Vase c. 1910
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Posted 5 years ago


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I bought this 11" flower on a hunch, knowing full well I really had no idea of its provenance. As I examined it, I was astonished by the workmanship. First, the scalloped foot, separated by the flower by a donut, so the beginning of the spiral is separate but rests on it (Pic. 2). Then, a sort of inner lining that not go all the way down the stem (P.3). And finally in the center of the bottom, a perfectly shaped glass "pearl" (Pic. 4)!
The glass itself is very heavy and shows no marks of being "pressed glass".
Whoever made it, it is a superb piece of glass.

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  1. TxSilver, 5 years ago
    Alfredo, that is the least attractive piece of glass I've seen for you. Interesting, though. Beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder.
  2. Alfredo Alfredo, 5 years ago
    It was the right price and I was intrigued by it. Believe me, it's not out of place in my glass garden.

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