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    Posted 1 year ago

    Tresurehun…
    (5 items)

    I’m having a hard time finding information on this vase. It is high gloss. Any help is appreciated.

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    1. Glenn12345 Glenn12345, 1 year ago
      you look hear ..? https://www.google.com/search?sxsrf=AOaemvJs0euk1obe7NRZ6mlhIkDGea5WBw:1640735761578&source=univ&tbm=isch&q=Weller+floor+vase&fir=QvrSBmdNWoKsMM%252Cpv3Vqp1WTdui2M%252C_%253BGLwu9RqgS81mJM%252Cd4d0SpceRYDQUM%252C_%253B_ypucU6EvM9iEM%252CptncV-O_ZLP8gM%252C_%253Bt5dlYOaX4uHXgM%252CbCXmyY3jDcgLxM%252C_%253B41UDj-kEPwc32M%252Codix0tvxtPp-AM%252C_%253Bvi5smsdKGxYP6M%252CB5j7vn0M7D9sFM%252C_%253Bcsf5y4Uk0eLeyM%252CptncV-O_ZLP8gM%252C_%253BGuizK5j7nDGsCM%252CvYuAMmf4ee4irM%252C_%253BvvJd4AoSrd9F3M%252CEU2RLO-i0n-8vM%252C_%253BRmRKnmY3YdYKGM%252C_XMMDPSJ4kHmtM%252C_%253BtfNhiZOtabkvbM%252CPHeCoT7N9Kl1sM%252C_%253BZddv2YHSLVaniM%252Crs2SR7BZllwbjM%252C_%253BL9sbdloz6y2EsM%252CBHRJ12g-x1fjyM%252C_%253Bv_iRVVQZymyx2M%252CgSpNRos4pWzjOM%252C_%253B2RjSNilcRI5n_M%252C-qwwEK8nv-nbcM%252C_%253Bkv0XrOWGDp5vSM%252CPyXCLnLAjSID6M%252C_%253Bo6yj70o82HuTBM%252CwzSfwje3r_zFvM%252C_%253BQbQqqlQ4VjpoHM%252CBaEcyYneHIuNPM%252C_&usg=AI4_-kTZIgAGw0cRg_Xoy1BXfgp4F_iXXQ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjzn_SB2Yf1AhXDdd8KHeOBBkYQjJkEegQIDxAC&biw=1920&bih=955&dpr=1
    2. art.pottery, 1 year ago
      Looks like the glaze line was called “Marblo” and dates circa 1914. If you google Weller Marblo Vase, you can see a lot of examples of the glaze family.
      The reference book I have is >20 years old, but refers to the glaze line as “Marbleized”, so search both terms to be thorough.

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