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Amethyst Iridescent Art Glass Vase Hand Blown Ruffled Rim Unsigned Artist Unknown

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    Posted 10 years ago

    emersonest…
    (123 items)

    I have this wonderful glass vase and I don't know anything about it. It appears to be handmade but I have no clue when it was made. It has beautiful craftsmanship and if anyone know any thing about it, please help me out. It is about a foot fall.

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    1. retro597, 10 years ago
      Iridescent Art Glass not technically carnival glass. Carnival glass is pressed wares and this is blown glass shaped with tools by hand. It is an pulled feather design bottle form vase. The original glass collor was cobalt. The pontil is lightly ground. I do not know the maker but pulled feather design is not easy and many major houses did it in America and Europe from 1900 on to this present day. Eastern Europe has exported some since the end of the cold war. Romania, Poland being to countries which have craftsman who have the talent for such a piece. Old or new still a very pretty piece.
    2. emersonestates, 9 years ago
      MuranoArtGlass, would you by any chance know about how old this piece is and approximate value?
    3. Tlynnie1942 Tlynnie1942, 9 years ago
      Wow, this is beautiful. It reminds me a bit of Lundberg glass with the feathering in this one. I am not an expert by any means in Art Glass but this makes me want to collect it. Thank you for posting this.
    4. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 9 years ago
      the four part pontil scar also points to lundberg

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