LARGE Victorian Art Glass Hand Blown APPLIED FLOWERS LEAVES Ruffled Pulled Top
4th of JULY Super SALE! 20% Off Everything - ALL listings. 19c LARGE Victorian Art Glass Hand Blown APPLIED FLOWERS LEAVES Ruffled Pulled Top Footed - Minty! We have a FANTASTIC life time collection of antique Victorian Art Glass VASES from the late 1800's onward. Hand Blown with applied glass embellishments all in undamaged condition - rare survivors for your pleasure! We are offering a wonderful white opaline cased over custard glass with "Teal Blue" lacy edges and hand applied leaves and flowers dating to the late 1800's. This vase is entirely hand decorated with applied glass and pulled feet. Base has a polished pontil (Where they separate the vase from the blow pipe) all indicative of a quality glass house. Most likely Stevens & Williams (England) or Mt. Washington glass houses - absolutely wonderful piece of hand crafted art glass! Treat yourself to something of "Investment Quality" - You will not be disappointed!
This beauty measures about 8" tall and about 4" across the tri-corner top and 4 across the splayed feet. I will let the pictures tell the rest of the story... Guaranteed as to age and condition! Photos are part of the description! Absolutely NO cracks , chips or breaks or other grievous damage.This piece of ANTIQUE art glass is a solid "9" on a scale of 1 - 10 - not perfect but awfully Minty for ite age and utilitarian purpose! Attention: ALL buyers of vintage and antique electrical appliances including lamps, hanging lights, radios, fans, etc. Anything that plugs in or needs to be hard wired. It is YOUR responsibility to inspect all original or re-wired items as to how viable the wiring is for use prior to plugging it in. If you do not feel comfortable evaluating it yourself, enlist a professional. It is your home or office - we suggest to error on the side of caution! We have tried to accurately describe any chips, cracks, repairs or other damage that may impact the value of the piece.
Flaws or inconsistencies that occurred during the manufacture of the piece - often times under less than ideal conditions - are not considered to be damage, will not be listed, and are not grounds for a return. Examples of this may include, but are not limited to: Glass items - straw marks, mold marks, dirt and/or ash fired into the body of the ware, air bubbles, color variations, size variations, pattern irregularities, scratches on the base, etc.
- Style: Victorian
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
- Object Type: Vase
- Color: Multi-Color
- Glassmaking Technique: Hand Mold Blown
- Type of Glass: Blown Glass
- Subject/Theme: Flower