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artmyth's items2 of 6Jan Gabrhel Belfor Crystal VaseGlimma glasbruk Sweden
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    Posted 5 years ago

    artmyth
    (6 items)

    Small mouthblown Jack in the Pulpit vase with a green / blue appearance and subtle opalescence which can be seen on the flare. This little darling is about 6 inches tall and 3 at the widest, there is a degree of wear on the base.

    It makes an interesting sound when tapped not like crystal but "tinky"

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    1. artmyth artmyth, 5 years ago
      I have placed this in Northwood because of previous references to the "jazz Green Colour" this is not a final classification, any help would be appreciated in identifying this vase, there is an internet reference which points this being by Duncan - but I can't back that up with any other research.
    2. artmyth artmyth, 5 years ago
      So in other sources the northwood / dugan classification was explained away, still hoping to id this,

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