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Moonstonelov…'s loves592 of 12104Welz six lobed footed vaseTANGO SKLO - ANTONIN RÜCKL a.s. (1918-1925)
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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Hi all, I have this slightly strange vase which I have not been able to identify. It an amethyst colour is heavily acid treated with the highlights silvered, it has a cut top and no pontil mark, and features a portrait of a Lady. I plumped for it being Bohemian when first purchased, but now am entertaining the possibility that it might be French. Any help in identification would be greatly appreciated.

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    1. Alan2310 Alan2310, 6 years ago
      My 2 cent on this will be "Moser", just the way the multi side base from 1/5 of the bottom part, i remember seeing this design on many Moser vase, but i am still learning on glass, really complex universe.

    2. longhairedloafer, 6 years ago
      Alan, thank you very much for your comment. I'm pretty certain it isn't Moser, of course I have the added advantage of being able to handle it, colour and manufacture just don't feel right. Thanks for the love Blunderbuss, Inky, Alan, MacArt, Aghcollect, & Vetraio.
    3. ozmarty ozmarty, 6 years ago
      The image looks like a Gibson Girl not Victorian so I would put it early 20th Century ... I ;like this enigma ... not see one before
    4. longhairedloafer, 6 years ago
      Thanks for you comment Ozmarty, I had not heard of Gibson girls before so with a quick google have learnt something new today.

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