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Art Glass12296 of 13605Kosta "limelight" series paperweightJug, Vicke Lindstrand (Kosta, 1950s)
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Posted 4 years ago


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This was one of the first five glass items I ever got. I loved the irregular oval shape and the deep cobalt blue at its base, but the sellers couldn't tell me exactly where it came from. They said it could be Italian or British... but it could also be French, maybe Bayel, but it has no signature at all and I think at Bayel they did mark their glass items.

Anyway, if someone can tell me something about this vase I'll be sincerely thankful to him/her.

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  1. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 4 years ago
    Thanks ean.The base hasn't gota pontil... Id you lok at the picture you'll see there'sa bubble shape... it's like if therewas another air bubble and it was cut to be turn it into the base... I've tried to upload another pic showing it but cannotsee it from my computer, maybe you can
  2. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 4 years ago
    Ok, now I can see it... so what do you think about it?
  3. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 4 years ago
    Mmmm, it doesn't look Scandinavian to me at all, so it might be French... I'll try and look for some Bayel stuff pictures, jut in case they have the same base. Thank you so much!"
  4. antiquerose antiquerose, 4 days ago
    Umm...I do not think it is Murano, but of European .....IMO
  5. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 4 days ago
    Thanks Rose. This piece will remain a mistery until i find a pic of a simmilar one with the original label on it... I have always liked it and I'm glad it's got a place at the new studio (whereas lots of pieces have gone to storage boxes). Well, actually it's in the bathroom... but very well displayed :) This room has got a Spanish art-deco low bookshelf (displaying books and glass items), a Mategot hanging shelf from the 1950s, two modern design stools and some nice engravings... not an ordinary bathroom at all :)
  6. antiquerose antiquerose, 3 days ago
    @AUSTROHUNGARO -- Well you best post us a pic of the we can all get inspired to decorate (everywhere....LOL) with out Collectibles.

    ~Please do show us a Pic of your designed Bathroom. It is Show and Tell for Collectibles......

    I am going to dig around some on this bowl too....I sure I have seen something like it......LOL.....I spend too much time on the Net....LOL

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