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    Posted 2 years ago

    aspirant83
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    Stromberg Vase, perhaps from the 1950's have not seen this particular form. Interested in information. Cannot read production codes. I call this "A little girl in the polka-dotted dress playing with scissor tail birds." Sloppy signing, numbers could be B557 and C762. Have posted this on FB Scandinavian Glass Collectors group.

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 2 years ago
      Gorgeous vase, the etching of the little girl playing with the birds is just lovely
    2. Noname, 2 years ago
      The form is in line with both Orrefors and with Strombergshytten art glass as is the color. Orrefors generally did more engraving and the glass was always signed and readable. Stromberg glass was not always signed. The signing was so sloppy that it appears to have been done after the item was cold. The glass appears right but the signature does not.

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