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Identifying an odd vase (Help!)

Posted by MoxRad (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 18, 12 at 19:54

Hello! I received a vase a few years back and, as an antique dealer/mall owner, I see my fair share of glass and while I'm not claiming to be an expert, I immediately loved it and assumed it was Czech, end of day/spatter glass from the 20's or 30's. But it is cased, meaning, it's thick and the inside is straight orange. It also has a brass flower frog. Was hoping someone here could tell me what I have and if it's worth putting away somewhere my children can't get to it (they like the colors, lol). Thanks! Links below are the 4 pictures I took.

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RE: Identifying an odd vase (Help!)

I think your first guess was good.....and yes....put it away, don't let the kids use it for popcorn!!!!
It is a bit garish isn't it?? But looks very finely made and very Czech!

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