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    Posted 7 months ago

    Sharky
    (159 items)

    Hi everyone. This one is for IronLace. I think this may be Steven and Williams but I am hoping for more thoughts as I normally collect EAPG. I think the color would be considered a peachblow variation. It has a thorn handle that has that unique angle to it. Is that angle to the handle unique to a certain maker or area? I have also noticed that narrowing of the neck in other pieces like this one. Any ideas? Thanks again :)

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    1. IronLace IronLace, 7 months ago
      Another great piece of Victorian glass in an attractive colour.
      I'm leaning towards a Bohemian origin for this one. I've got a few jug/vases which have various styles of angled & rounded thorn handles & triangular crimped tops. One of them is a large rainbow spatter piece, which is possibly by Harrach, seen here with a smaller companion -
      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/289693-victorian-rainbow-spatter-glass-jug-vase
      The handle has a rounded form, unlike yours which is sharply angled. But look at the thorny area where it joins on to the body of the item - very distinctive.
      This small jug vase has a handle like yours, being both angled & thorny at the join, & I suspect it to be an example of early Loetz production -
      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/268480-victorian-pink-opalescent-cased-glass-va
      I'm including this one for the similarity in colour to yours, once again I suspect a Bohemian origin -
      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/222039-victorian-pink-cased-glass-vase-with-app
      This vase is nothing like yours, but I've included it to show another example of angled thorn handles -
      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/283283-victorian-vaseline-opalescent-uranium-gl
      Hope this helps, cheers, Marin.


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