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Posted 6 years ago


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My daughter bought this vase for me recently. I am having a hard time identifying the maker. The glass is thick and super heavy. The bottom is ground and looks polished. There are three applied faces on it. It's 10 inches tall. If anyone knows anything about this vase I would greatly appreciate any info.

Thanks so much! :)

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  1. cindyjune cindyjune, 6 years ago
    Ilove that! It's so funky looking! I hope someone knows what it is.
  2. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    Thanks Cindy! I love it too, it's definitely funky. I have looked all over the web and can't find a maker. I hope someone knows too!
  3. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    Thanks for the "like" vintage! :)
  4. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 6 years ago
    At first I thought those were Flowers, but their Faces? How Unique is that? VERY!
  5. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    lol yes, very unique..... the faces are almost scary, but since they are on a pink vase they can't be too freaky.
  6. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    Thanks for all the links AR. I compared them but I'm still wondering if they are associated with my vase. The faces are very different. I've seen quite a few different companies that have put applied faces on their glass, but none of the faces are exactly like mine. I'm going to keep looking of course. Someone out there has to have this vase too! Thanks again for all the info!
  7. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    Wow, the green one in the first link sold for $225! Not that I would ever sell mine, it was a gift from my daughter.
  8. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    Thanks for the "likes" and "loves" Shawn and James!
  9. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    LOL She's 14, if I gave her to you free of charge you'd return her within 24 hrs!
  10. susan, 6 years ago
    LOL!!! YOU ARE TOO FUNNY AR8Jason, but i have to agree with you, i think this vase is Scandinavian, as soon as i saw it i thought Kosta Boda.
    As for 14 year old daughters, mine is now 22 with a daughter of her own, when she was eighteen i told her "i hope one day you have a daughter and she gives you the same problems you give me!!" she told me recently she was so sorry for the way she behaved when she was younger!!! LOL, she still gives me sleepless nights!!
  11. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    LOL susan! Too funny! I have told my daughter the same thing and she says "I'm not having kids!"

    AR, if they took over the world everyone would have an iPhone and and iPad! lol
  12. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    Thats the daddy-daughter relationship. The mother-daughter relationship is a whole other beast! lol
  13. thebam1332, 6 years ago
    Hi tikiray,
    I was checking out your expertise on Blenko. I just posted a piece thT I think may be Blenko? If you cna help me out, i would gratly appreciate it!
    thank you,
    God Bless
  14. Lars Andreasson, 6 years ago
    Hi everybody, greetings from Sweden!
    I am the owner of and I think we can rule out Erik Hoglund from this discussion. The vase, apart from the applied seal, is not his modus operandi. I don´t belive the vas is Swedish or Scandinavian.
    Lars Andreasson
  15. tikiray tikiray, 6 years ago
    Thank you Lars! I appreciate the information!

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