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QUEZAL DECORATED ART GLASS VASE, circa 1902

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American Art Glass110 of 1322Durand 1708 Blue Over Crystal w Peacock Feather and Cut Floral DécorEarly Quezal Vase - Opal w Green & Gold Leaf Décor Gold Interior
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    Posted 3 years ago

    JJZ
    (112 items)

    A very early QUEZAL decorated art glass vase.
    With a deep blood red/maroon iridescent pulled feather
    having a wide gold iridescent boarder decoration and
    an additional overlapping gold iridescent pulled feather decoration
    all over an opal/yellow background.
    The vase is 7" tall and unsigned with a clear applied button pontil.

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    Comments

    1. DuDa DuDa, 3 years ago
      Is this marked in the typical manner?
    2. JJZ JJZ, 3 years ago
      DuDa, As I noted in the above description the vase is unsigned. The first vases made at The Quezal Art Glass and Decorating Company were identified with an attached paper label....prior to being signed with the engraved signature. Many times after the paper label has been removed these early vases are misidentified as Tiffany Studios.

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