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10 1/2" vase with a white fine overshot type of surface treatment.

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    Posted 3 years ago

    Gruff
    (130 items)

    I am almost sure this is Chinese or from Japan.
    It was listed as a Czech item with no markings.
    It has a nice light rainbow iredecent finish.
    Has anyone seen one like this?

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    1. Gruff Gruff, 3 years ago
      I did find something similar on eBay and this is how it was described.
      The body of the vase is a clear base glass and it is decorated the white foam strands and very small bubbles encased. This was known as the 'Schaumglas' or foam-glass technique. The rarity of the piece comes from the applied iridescent rods and threads of glass with the pad molded base that are techniques of Eduard Prochaska from thirty years earlier. It was made with a body of glass with color (usually white, red or black inclusion) with trapped air bubbles in the décor ~ multiple bubbles as in foam. These vases have proven to be hard finds through all my years of collecting art glass. I have only seen a few examples in different colors. This decor is also similar to WMF's Ikora style of Art Glass

      On the Loetz site I can not find this shape so I don't think so.
    2. Gruff Gruff, 3 years ago
      See check this out
      https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/262399756272
    3. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Maybe you should check Poschinger vases.The shape seems to be Poschinger's.They also made schaumglas vases.
    4. Gruff Gruff, 3 years ago
      Thanks Ivonne for the direction
      Appreciate you stoping by

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