Posted 1 year ago
Here is a large (14" tall, 9" wide @ top) and hopefully early (?) Quezal pulled-feather Jack in-the Pulpit vase. It has some incredible hooked-loop work on the back of the flower, which makes it hard to display so that you can see all the good parts, but that's not such a big deal. I really love the stretch-glass effect on the face and the evidence of the hand-tooling on the edges. This is an incredible study of the glassmakers art; and I hope a good early example of Quezal art glass? There is what appears to be an E on the pontil, but I don't see a number. Opinions? Enjoy!