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Swirly Multicolor pull Vase, Circa 1950-70

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    Posted 1 year ago

    Alan2310
    (877 items)

    Hello Everyone
    Good Evening from Ontario.3-06-2018.

    I found this very colorful vase last week, now i have next to no ideal who make it, clear flat base, show some wear, very heavy piece of glass, kind of Peacock or pull feather decor, extremely well executed, don't look to long, t's very dizziness, look kind of Murano.

    This vase stand 13 inches tall by 5.75 inches wide.

    Many thanks for looking

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    1. Tlsweat7203 Tlsweat7203, 1 year ago
      Very stunning piece. Congratulations on such a beautiful find.
    2. Alan2310 Alan2310, 1 year ago
      THANK YOU, Tlsweat7203 for this lovely and fast comment on this post.
      Well i have to say, it's being a very long time that a vase hit me in the face like this one, when i cross the front door i see this piece from at least 70 feet from where i was, i got to say i think i run very fast for it, rofl
      Your visit, comment and appreciation of this post is very appreciated, thank you very much.
    3. racer4four racer4four, 1 year ago
      I thought maybe Japanese Alan, but after some study I don't think so now. The shape is wrong, and although Hokuyo used similar colours together I have never seen any pulled like this. Interesting vase.
    4. IronLace IronLace, 1 year ago
      Wondrously colourful! I would have run fast to grab it too!
      Now, this is probably way off the mark, but I once owned a very tall, heavy, simply formed "floor" vase (so tall it was most likely to intended to sit on the floor rather than on a shelf) with well - executed yellow pulled loops on a white ground, thickly cased in clear. It was a high quality item, & had a sticker underneath, showing it to be a product of Hokitika Glass Studio, New Zealand, which was founded by two Swedish glassmakers in the 1970s. I bought my vase from an op shop in the early 1990s, & I later found that it dated from the 70s era. The Hokitika Glass studio is still operative but has not made any big vases for a long time...they now seem to focus on animal ornaments, paperweights, & the like.
      As I said, it was just a wild guess based on having once owned a large, modern, pulled loop vase...I am probably wrong on the Hokitika attribution, but I do feel that your vase could be a fine piece of "studio glass" from the 70s.
    5. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 1 year ago
      Wild amazing colors!
      Fantastic find... WOW!
    6. Newfld Newfld, 1 year ago
      Beautiful vase Alan, reminds me of a kaleidoscope! Fabulous colors
    7. kivatinitz kivatinitz, 1 year ago
      wow a Mardi Grass in a vase
    8. Alan2310 Alan2310, 1 year ago
      THANK YOU, racer4four, for the visit, comment and appreciation of this post.
      Much appreciated that you take some of your time to express your opinion, it matter to me.

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