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6 years ago
6 years ago
Too vague of a mark really no large shield with crossed axes....sigh...
I think applied finish to the brass was a gold wash. Additionally, if you note the collar at the top of the vase the leg/arm piece has been brazed to it and finely sanded; however, due to careless cle...
It could be just a trick of the eye of the inside hammered surface. However, I don't see any lettering elsewhere in the hammering. I am using a cam on my computer....LOL, macro...no... There does se...
The brass ring on the bottom where the legs are attached could be slid over a spun piece on the bottom, then brazed in place making the vase solid copper with the brass attachments.
Additionally, I did go to an old book shop just outside Old Dominion University and found an auction book from either 1979 or 1981, my poor memory. Therein was a C. L. Tiffany vase from 1882 that was ...
I swear I see the word TIFFANY with 2 initials inside the top inside lip of the vase. Some see it too, some don't....I worry about mentioning this because of the confusion it will probably cause. But ...
The base seems to be a soldered in round disk of copper first into a brass ring and then the brass ring is brazed or soldered to bottom. Please remember I have a untrained eye. The remainder is all h...
Brass legs are attached in this manner. Single small front and back legs set in base with 2 round head screws, hand made and cannot be used in different holes. Side brass pieces are combination legs a...