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    Posted 4 years ago

    racer4four
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    I don't have a lot of pre war Japanese glass as Australia was not a big importer from Japan until the 1950s. The few I have are mainly from the US.
    This group are all identified as Japanese either by an imprinted Japan on the base, or an acid mark Japan. I am not sure if one or the other means an age thing, or if they came from different makers.
    The first group shows some blueish vases that could be mistaken for Czech glass, with their inner white case, spatter and moulded bodies. Three have cut rim, a feature that was not used in Japan a lot, and was generally limited to this early export glass. The smaller vase has a flame finished rim.
    Of the next two, I have posted the white/orange peloton vase before. The little green/white vase has an interesting moulded shape, and unlike the others is quite thick, mainly because of it's clear outer case.
    The last orange vase is a shape I have seen also produced in green and blue. The black foot is not uncommon in Meiji and Early Showa glass, and the streaked colour and the moulded shape work really well I think.
    I have some other pre war glass from Japan. I'll try and post it sooner rather than later.

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    1. MALKEY MALKEY, 4 years ago
      what a fabilus myriad colours to add sparkle to the morn & cheery on the day super duper karen !!!!!!!!
    2. Newfld Newfld, 4 years ago
      All vases so gorgeous and colors spectacular, I love the central two in 1st pic w/ color splashes that remind me of confetti
    3. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 4 years ago
      So much you must know to collect glass, you are a wonderful collector !~
    4. IronLace IronLace, 4 years ago
      This is such an interesting post! Many of these vases have a Czech style to them. I have two small vases with the black applied foot on the final vase & both have techniques that look very Czech - pulled loops with green aventurine & opalescent with an applied flower. No markings, but I am now very sure they are Japanese.
    5. Anik Anik, 4 years ago
      Interesting! I would have never guessed these are Japanese.

      Learning something new every day :)
      Wonderful collection.
    6. artfoot artfoot, 4 years ago
      Thanks Karen - super post. You beat me to this - I'll do a follow-up shortly.
      Love that orange one!
    7. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Thanks Malkey. Nice to cheer your day :)
    8. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Jenni they have a lovely bright spatter. I like the orange/blue mix. Thanks for your love!
    9. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Phil, I blush! Glass is a big subject, and even my little corner is a murky place for me. Thanks for making me feel good!!
    10. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      They sound interesting Iron lace, and it would be great to see them. Some Czech glass has been found to be Japanese, some Japanese glass actually European. The style crossover can be big, particularly for these early years.
    11. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      CW helps us all learn Anik, that's a good thing! Thanks!
    12. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Harry I always enjoy seeing your early glass, and stealing your knowledge lol!
      Looking forward to your post.
    13. jscott0363 jscott0363, 4 years ago
      They're all very nice Karen, but the white/orange peloton vase, in pic #2, is my favorite.
    14. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Thanks Scott! Orange is always a good call.
    15. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      I like it too Thomas. Lovely to hear from you.
    16. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Ken they certainly did use the Czech aesthetic at this time. Glad you like them.
    17. IronLace IronLace, 4 years ago
      Have posted my vases today...
    18. Ivonne Ivonne, 4 years ago
      I would never say they are Japan and yet they are.
    19. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Ivonne they were good at following fashion!! Many thanks.
    20. jbingham95 jbingham95, 4 years ago
      There all beautiful.
    21. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      Thanks Jim.

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