Posted 5 years ago
This décor of Rindskopf is not very common. the base glass is an opaque light green with various colors pulled into the light green background. The overall surface has a metallic oxide iridescence. This one stands 12" tall by about 5.5" diameter at the base and 3" at the mouth. The lip is ground, and there is no visible pontil mark. The body of the vase is pinched and twisted in the manner Rindskopf so loved to execute. The shape is a variation on the "Karnak" shape which emulates Egyptian papyriform columns. c. Pre WWI.