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American Art Glass561 of 1304Trevaise VaseEarly Charles Lotton opal glass vase with blue luster King Tut decoration, 1972
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    Posted 6 years ago

    troutfishi…
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    This is a very rare brilliant cut glass trumpet vase from Corning that is extremely well engraved with attention to detail. The vase is not signed but I believe it to be engraved by Mr. Sinclaire himself, but as it is not signed can only go off of similar works completed by him. If any one has any information about the vase beyond what I have stated please feel free to contact me at troutfishingfool25(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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    1. mark mark, 5 years ago
      Not engraved by "Mr. Sinclair" but it may be a Sinclair piece. I have had a number of these over the years. Get the Corning book on cut glass as there are a lot of photos that show this style vase. The book is called The Cut and Engraved Glass of Corning something like that. Have fun.

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