Posted 5 months ago
A couple of recent little finds from op shops...
The squat, highly iridescent, peacock - feather hued, pulled loop vase is fine quality modern studio glass with an Art Nouveau flavour. It measures around 6 cm tall, 3.2 cm across the top rim, & 2.5 cm across the base. It is signed underneath, but in an indecipherable scrawl. However, I think I can see "97" next to the name, which starts with an S & appears to have 4 or 5 letters. Maybe someone recognises the artist's style?
The tiny clear vase with cornflower - blue filigree stripes is of the Bimini - Lauscha style, so I suppose 1920s or so. It measures 6 cm tall, 3 cm across the crimped top rim, & 2.5 cm across the base. It is feather - light.
Both look right at home posing with a small wonder of the floral world - violets.