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Art Glass282 of 21873WMF: Ikora "Dexel Egg" 1930.Loetz "Gloria" vase ca. 1904 PN II-1483
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    Posted 3 months ago

    cairngorm10
    (8 items)

    Hi there,
    Can anyone help identify this Art glass vase/jug, it is clearly signed to the base but I am unable to decipher signature.
    It is 11 inches tall and around 9 inches across body, the blue glass has applied gold foil.
    It has a look of Scandinavian design, but I may be totally wrong on that.
    Any help or opinions will be gratefully received.
    Regards,
    Cairngorm10

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    1. cairngorm10, 3 months ago
      Hi folks, I have eventually managed to figure out who made the vase/jug.
      It is a William Walker piece, William was hugely instrumental in the design and development of the Azurene process with Michael Harris at the Isle Of Wight Glass
      Studio. I knew I had seen something similar and it turns out I sold a much smaller piece in 2017.
      My memory isn't what it was.
      Regards,
      Cairngorm10

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