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Intaglio cut "shoulder" vase from Libbey

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jha's items6 of 7Ch Field Havilland Tea serviceEarly 1920s Charles Field Haviland
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    Posted 7 years ago

    jha
    (7 items)

    About 9" tall. ACGA Libbey catalog shows that there was also a larger version of this vase produced, hope to find one some day. Had to have it when I found it because it's such a unique shape.

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    1. jha, 7 years ago
      Thanks! The "shoulder" makes it great for big, heavy flowers like peonies and hydrangeas. One more thing I make sure I use often so the nieces and nephews will have fond memories of it when I'm gone. ;-)
    2. kristieguge, 2 years ago
      I recently inherited this same vase. Have been searching extensively for what pattern it is ,to no avail. The only information I found was about the signed Libbey trademark. On the House of Brilliant Glass website. It said-" LIBBEY without a sword . The mark appeared during 1905 and possibly was used only during that year. It probably is rarely seen." My vase is etched with that trademark. Do you happen to know what pattern this is? Any idea on value? Any information would be appreciated. Thank You

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