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American Art Glass19 of 1228Fenton 3005 Antique Green Off Hand Line Vase ca. 1925-26Durand Cobalt Blue & White Pulled Feather Vase c.1925
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    Posted 2 months ago

    DuDa
    (16 items)

    This Durand small powder box is done in green cased over opal with applied gold King Tut décor. Both the form and décor are on the harder to find side of Durand glass. It stands 2-7/8" (7.3 cm) tall lidded and measures approximately 3-1/2" (6.9 cm) in diameter at its widest. The shape number is undocumented. Ca. 1924-31

    id: "Durand the Man and His Glass" by Meschi pg 90 fig. 342 (form) and 51 fig 93 (color)

    Comments

    1. Wow22, 2 months ago
      This is sensational.
      So, a star is cut into the upper side of the lid??
    2. DuDa DuDa, 2 months ago
      Yes, the star is cut into the top. We are unsure, but it may have been done like that to hide the punty mark.
    3. bracken3 bracken3, 1 month ago
      Nice! I agree with you on why the star is cut in the top.

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