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American Art Glass303 of 1277Kew Blas Floriform Vase c.1900.Beautiful Mt St Helens Ash Glass Vase
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    Posted 3 years ago

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    I wish the artist would have signed these 2 pieces! LOL I've actually been to the Tacoma Glass Museum numerous times and purchased pieces from the shop there with the same issue! Some really great artists go through the "hot shop" but they don't always sign or they sign "Museum of Glass" like this...I am however just guessing but I plan to drive down there soon and show the pieces to the Hot Shop team if my emails don't get a response. They've always been very kind and love to talk glass...especially Gabe! Anyways these are unique and the vases themselves are done flawlessly! But the lattice work on the tops seems to be less perfect...I think I am a magnet for strange mystery art glass! And I love it lol!

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      You sure seem to have lots of unknown but great glass!
    2. TheBigE253 TheBigE253, 3 years ago
      So I contacted the Museum of Glass and turns out they are by a artist named Alex Stisser that worked in "the hot shop" in the museum from 2006-2009!
    3. TimeTraveller TimeTraveller, 3 years ago
      The green one is my favorite. Just beautiful.
    4. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      I like the green one too TheBigE253, but they're both great! :^D Nice to know the artist now too! :^)

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