Posted 5 years ago
Lots of the glass produced by Japan was quickly and cheaply made for the West, attractive and well executed, and unlikely to polarise opinion.
This is one such piece.
I don't know who made this but it did have a standard blue and silver sticker on the base, JAPAN, at one stage. It's not unlike pieces made by the Italians or Poles, and is a fairly standard handkerchief vase; blue glass, white cased internally, white and brown spatters and a clear case. It's quite thin compared to Japanese art glass.
Doesn't excite me, doesn't offend me either!