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Elegant 6" Fuschia and White Cased Glass Cracked Egg Vase/ Unknown Maker (Stevens and Williams?) and Age

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Art Glass90 of 100Shaded Tan and Brown 8" Glass Vase with Stripe Design / Unknown Maker and AgeInteresting Little Dark Green Glass Bottle /  Vetri Speciali S.p.A. Pergine Valsugana Italy / Circa 1974 or later
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Posted 9 months ago

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mikelv85
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Well here's another rescue from GW. It's wonderful even with the chipped feet.The vase itself is fine though. I looked at it all week and finely broke down and bought it today for five bucks. I have no idea who the maker is or how old it may be. Hope some of the glass experts out there can shed some light on it in that area. I think it's incredible -Mike-

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  1. LeahGoodwin LeahGoodwin, 9 months ago
    I strongly believe this is Bohemian and my guess would be Harrach. It's an egg shaped vase. Very pretty, Mike.
  2. mikelv85 mikelv85, 8 months ago
    This looks a lot like Steven and Williams glass too. I just ran across some images online although they usually have flowers on them as well. The body of this vase looks exactly like some they have along with the amber glass work base.
  3. scottvez scottvez, 8 months ago
    There are many general antique dealers who attribute any glass with applied flowers to Stevens and Williams-- lots of incorrect attributions out there online and in shops.

    scott
  4. mikelv85 mikelv85, 8 months ago
    I really don't think it is Scott, but I have not seen a lot of this egg shape in this color online. I'm more inclined to Bohemian or Czech myself. I don't think it's elaborate enough for S&W, but it is similar to a point.

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