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French Art Glass74 of 442CHARLES VESSIERE NANCY GLASS CAMEO VASE FRANCEMarcel Franck PARIS Perfume Bottle Atomizer
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    Posted 4 years ago

    seamorelil…
    (13 items)

    Another recent find in Florida. A nice heavy satin or frosted glass vase with roses on it. The vase is 8 1/2 tall and wide in the middle at 7 inches. As I was taking photos I noticed a mark on the bottom. I think it says Made in France. No other marke. Could this be a Verlys piece? Any guidance would be great to have. Thank you

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    1. RoyalRetro RoyalRetro, 4 years ago
      It could be Renee Lalique. Lalique glass originated in France, I think around the turn of the century (19th to 20th). Many Lalique pieces are opaque or translucent. Frosted may refer to the surface, but the glass that is opaque or translucent is through and through.
    2. seamorelilfoot seamorelilfoot, 4 years ago
      Thank you RoyalRetro. I though all Lilique had the company name on it.

      thank you again, I will start to look there.
    3. seamorelilfoot seamorelilfoot, 3 years ago
      After quite a bit of research I think this is a Verlys piece.

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