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Jefferson Glass Company "Lined Heart" design vase

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    Posted 4 years ago

    kwqd
    (835 items)

    Vase is 12" tall. Does anyone know who makes these. No markings. I assume it is a copy of a Northwood vase.

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    Comments

    1. Newfld Newfld, 4 years ago
      Lovely fluted vase
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 4 years ago
      many of these swung vases can look similar, as the stretching process often obliterated the original pattern. This one is Jefferson Glass 'Lined Heart' c1906.
    3. kwqd kwqd, 4 years ago
      Thanks for the information and comments Newfld and TalkCakes.
    4. kwqd kwqd, 4 years ago
      Thanks for the loves

      vetraio50
      antiquerose
      fortapache
      Newfld
      aura
    5. kwqd kwqd, 4 years ago
      Amazing that this vase has been around so long and is so minty. I wonder how many thrift shops and yard sales it has been in over the past 100 years, or so?

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