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Rubina Verde Bottle form vase attributed Moser

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Posted 2 years ago

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retro597
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A lovely enameled Rubina Verde (Cranberry to Green shading) bottle form vase. So Victorian. It actually is more captivating in person. There a a few air bubbles in the glass in the foot but does not distract from the overall beauty. Most likely pre 1900.

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  1. daisymay daisymay, 2 years ago
    Fabulous decoration - is it Moser?
  2. retro597, 2 years ago
    Odds are Moser. I have been researching and the enamel work fade of one color to the next appear tell tale Moser.
  3. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 1 year ago
    pretty! IMHO Legras is the strongest candidate. I have found a decor that is almost identical in the book and they did a lot of glass with this coloration. the shape is also typical of them. A lot of Legras has been called Moser over the years. Of course, Harrach made a lot of glass for both Moser and Legras so that could be the source of that.
    this would have had a stopper.
  4. Kathycat Kathycat, 1 year ago
    WOW! an another WOW! IT IS JUST SOOOO BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

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