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Rindskopf twisted marbled pink iridescent glass vase

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    Posted 12 days ago

    IronLace
    (470 items)

    This large, twisted vase by Rindskopf has a marbled decor in pink, olive green, white, & deep red, with an iridescent finish. It is made from several layers of cased glass & measures an impressive 30 cm tall.
    After the weekend's snow, there's nothing like some pink to get one thinking of Spring!

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    1. MALKEY MALKEY, 12 days ago
      my fave colour my ironlace & super decor just mega love it
      hope your warm enough in the snow keep warm my dear friend
      all the very best malkey
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    2. IronLace IronLace, 12 days ago
      Many thanks, MALKEY, glad it's got you feeling in the pink!
      I've got another wonderful piece of pink glass which I'll post tomorrow...
      The snow cleared to a sunny day today, with the temperature 12 degrees Celsius compared to only 2 degrees yesterday. Got a nice fire going & all is cosy in my world!
    3. racer4four racer4four, 10 days ago
      The thumbnail of this made it look like a large thigh bone but clearly it's not!
      I love the colour, subtle and lovely. I would think that doing the squish was a satisfactory feeling for the glass maker!
    4. IronLace IronLace, 10 days ago
      Many thanks, racer, & I can see what you mean about the bone shape - that's cool!
      Yes, that twisting would have been an important part of the process - to make something already beautiful extra special...

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