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Posted 2 years ago

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beyemvey
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I like to think of these as big and little group portraits of sisters and brothers. That's a little more flattering than calling them clones like Dr. Evil & Mini-Me :-)

The first is a picture of a 12" and a pair of 6" Rindskopf vases in a classic baluster shape. These are in the popular decor of pulled feathers through a teal blue body with an overall metallic surface iridescence.

The second is a truly massive 13.5" Pepita paired with an 8.5" example. These are in the fan-fold style and they both have beautiful polished pontils and flame polished orifices.

Third from the left are 10.25" and 8" examples of pulled colorful confetti through a teal base in a twisted floriform shape.

Finally are two different pairings in the same shape, which for some reason evokes images of bowling pins, though I would hate to see the effects of the bowling ball. The first two are 10" and 8" examples of pulled feather on a pastel blue opaque base. The second pairing are 8.5" and 5.5" examples of the red and clam broth colors marbleized with a base of cream white.

These siblings play nicely with one another!

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  1. Project_Harrach, 2 years ago
    Very nice Bob, always nice to see groups of like glass, and interesting to compare the nuances between them. Brian
  2. inky inky, 2 years ago
    I just love the two in the second photo, but all beautiful!.....:-)
  3. Alfredo Alfredo, 2 years ago
    That is exactly how I collect them. I have over 20 matches already, and a coolection of 100. I have even begun on the 7" vases. I also like comparison group pictures; one can show more in 4 allowed photos.

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