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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Green glass vase with tiny "silver colored flicks running throughout. Gold applied design wrapping around vase. Approximately the size of a "water bottle".

    I can't find any makers marks or identifying marks on the vase. The vase was a gift over 50 years ago. The owner was told that the "gold" was "real" gold but I haven't found any hallmark.

    Interested in seeing if anyone has any further information about the vase. I have no idea of value.

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    1. robin56 robin56, 6 years ago
      Art deco? Love it!!!!!!!!!
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 6 years ago
      That whiplash is in a style called Jugendstil: pre WWI I think. Quite a few Bohemian factories did work like this. Do you have a pic of the bottom of the piece that might help one of the glass experts give you a Bohemian maker?
    3. NoraTheTreasureHuntress NoraTheTreasureHuntress, 6 years ago
      Art Nouveau era, Harrach style, Bohemian glass circa 1895 - 1905. The gold is real however there is no longer a precious metal melt down value as the cost to extract would exceed the value of the amount extracted. The gold on it will no longer impact value.

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