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Posted 3 years ago

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I picked this up at a garage sale last week and it instantly became my wife's favorite. It's unmarked on the bottom, about 10" tall with crazing all over. Any idea's who made it?

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  1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 3 years ago
    wow! this looks really nice!
  2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 years ago
    It looks like a Lalique vase called "Perruches". Don't get me wrong I think it is wonderful.
  3. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 3 years ago
    Consolidated Glass made a similar vase that is unmarked....could be by them. RER(BOB)
  4. kyratango kyratango, 3 years ago
    Pics of the bottom?
  5. fmcsonoma, 3 years ago
    Since it's pottery, not sure that Consolidated would have made it. I put a couple more pics. The bottom has what looks like a few marks, but I put a black light and it didn't show much more detail.
  6. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 3 years ago
    Sorry about that! It is pottery so forget Consolidated Glass, BUT the pattern/style is very much like the Consolidated vases. BOB
  7. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 3 years ago
    the chocolate red color of the clay is unusual. i wonder which potters used it? how big is it? it looks hand worked - ? maybe it was pressed into a mold? the bottom could have been hand-finished even if it was poured into a mold.
  8. fmcsonoma, 3 years ago
    Pretty sure it is a molded piece. Sure looks like the Consolidated Glass vase that LOUMANAL posted.
  9. paris1925 paris1925, 3 years ago
    hi i saw asimilar vase in auctyion not so far..... but shit can't remind the potter,probably french
  10. Stowecroft, 3 years ago
    I once owned an example of this vase and, like you, was terribly curious about its origins. I can tell you that the Stangl pottery made single color versions of this vase as lamp bases and, as the previous commentor stated, Consolidated Glass made a glass version. But where is this vase from? All I can add is that I asked David Rago, and he sniffed at it as though it was beneath him. I'm wondering if it might be made in China.
  11. fmcsonoma, 3 years ago
    I found one that sold at a Humber & Nolan auction a couple years ago. They called it a Muncie vase. Funny, I showed David Rago a picture of it at the LA Pottery show last month and he told me China too. Good guy, he told me there is a lot of Chinese stuff floating around.

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