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Delightful set of Stevens Williams Applied Milk Glass Vases with Pink Encased Glass

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British Art Glass632 of 677W. CLYNE FARQUHARSON - 'LEAF'Applied Glass Tornado Style Splatter Glass Vase.  Stevens Williams?
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Posted 6 years ago


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Hello, if you I have ever looked through the Collection I have posted you will notice that I really do have a thing for Applied Glass Milk Glass Vases.
I have several sets myself and a few that are solo, This set is my most recent Purchase, and I fell in love with the Pink Cased Glass which can be seen on the Interior, I also enjoy the fact that the Shades of Pink are Completely Different, Showing the fact that these were all made one at a time and Each and Everyone is Unique and Beautiful in its own way!
I also enjoy the Very Well Applied Glass Fruits and Leafs, the Handles shaped applied Vines are also a Nice Touch.
I hope you enjoyed viewing this Set They really do have a Cheerful Aura around them!
Best Regards


  1. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 6 years ago
    Thanks Ozmarty, Scott, and Vetraio, I figured you guys would love these two!
  2. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 6 years ago
    Thanks Czechman!
  3. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 5 years ago
    Thank You Very Much for the Loves Sean and Brat!
  4. charcoal charcoal, 5 years ago
    Hey Shawnl86, A similar shape with the same exact rim is shown in the Truitt 1 Collectible Bohemian Glass, on page 130. It's milk glass with 2 applied amber plums, one leaf up, and an amber trimmed ruffled rim like yours. Although I feel the attribution to Welz in the book is incorrect it is likely Bohemian.
  5. charcoal charcoal, 5 years ago
    Awesome vases too! : )
  6. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 4 years ago
    Thank you very much for the information, you would suggestion its origins are Bohemian rather then english then, makes sense to me, but I tell yea... its so very difficult to identity all these beautiful pieces of applied and cased glass, but it does add to the thrill of the find! Sorry about the late response!
  7. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
    Harrach is a good place to start!


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