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A. Douglas Nash Acanthus Leaf Vase c.1928.

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American Art Glass371 of 1319Morgantown Crinke or Seneca Driftwood - how can you tell the difference?QUEZAL SILVER OVERLAY ART GLASS VASE CIRCA 1910
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    Posted 5 years ago

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    In 1928 A. Douglas Nash bought out L.C.Tiffany Glass Works.
    He produced Tiffany style highly iridescent art glass from 1928-1931.
    This is the largest piece in this form that I have seen. 8 inches high.
    Signed : NASH

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    1. MALKEY MALKEY, 5 years ago
      good solid iridescence piece very interesting short lived firm , do like it being signed to thanks for sharing LoetzBuddies
    2. skivatinitz skivatinitz, 5 years ago
      beautiful and interesting,

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