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Uranium222's loves6 of 27Vaseline Glass fish bowl with Stand My Vaseline glass collection
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    Posted 9 years ago

    shoestring
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    its very large at 14" tall and very veryheavy, i'd love to know the maker , it glows under UV like my other ones i found so i presume its uranium glass. Any help appreciated. I've just found this type of glass and its really beautiful lit up.

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    1. Uranium222 Uranium222, 9 years ago
      Hi, I've Seen A Lot Of Uranium Glass & Never One Of These ... It's Hand Blown & Made In Two Pieces & Joined ... The Colour Reminds Me Of My Steuben Alabaster & Jade Glass ... I Love This Colour Lit Up Too ... It's Called Many Things From Green Milk Glass, Jadeite, Jade, Custard, Lime Sherbert, Opaque Uranium Or Incorrectly, Vaseline Glass ...
      It's A Horn Of Plenty Or Cornucopia Vase, I'd Say Made Around 1900 At A Guess & English Or American Than Anywhere Else ... Cheers Mark
    2. shoestring, 9 years ago
      thanks for comment, yes i was advised its most likely Stevens and Williams, Stourbridge by an American art glass dealer who says the base doesnt tie in with Steubens apparently and of that date thanks for help in this
    3. hapoli, 9 years ago
      I just posted a photo of a similar vase, its not vaseline, but you might enjoy it.
    4. shoestring, 9 years ago
      thanks, yes its very nice, that is some collection you have, is it all displayed? it must take up lots of space , lovely pieces , i am kind of limited in space meantime .
    5. hapoli, 9 years ago
      Like you I am limited to what I can put out to show so I do it in rotations. Keep watching more to come. Thanx

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