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Bohemian Josephinenhutte "Roman" Ewer.

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British Art Glass452 of 694Art Glass Salmon Cased  Footed Vase Unusual Shape Crystal Acanthus Small antropomorphic "Bronze" vase, Thomas Webb and Sons (Chirstopher Dresser attr., ca. 1878)
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    Posted 9 years ago

    LoetzBuddies
    (664 items)

    This has a green glass base but the exterior iridescent surface is bronze/ purple. 12.25 inches high.
    This ewer is shown in an article published by the Corning Glass Museum.
    Photo 2 : an ancient Roman ewer of similar shape.
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    1. Project_Harrach Project_Harrach, 8 years ago
      The Corning Museum of Glass (CMOG.ORG) published an interesting article on these (this piece is photographed in the article) whereas their research showed that these were actually designed by a couple of small companies to replicate Roman glass, and were actually made by Josephinenhütte. I would tend to believe they are JH vs Webb, as the Webb bronze glass was much earlier, much thicker, and these are (IMHO) better made, later pieces.

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