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Orrefors "Fish Graal" vase, dated 1963

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A beautiful - and very heavy - Orrefors Fish Graal vase with a date code for 1963 engraved on the bottom, along with the signature of the artist, Edward Hald.

This impressive vase stands just under 5.5 inches tall and is slightly less than 4.75 inches wide at its widest point. It's decorated with swimming fish & underwater plants, and there's even a snail. All are done in the graal technique that reached its highest level of expression and artistry at the Orrefors factory in Sweden. As seen in the fifth photo above, the piece is engraved on the bottom with "ORREFORS," the word "Graal" followed by a mark I can't decipher, and then the date code, "346T," which dates this piece to 1963. Beneath that is engraved "Edward Hald," the name of the man who designed the piece. The base has a fair amount of scuffing & scratching, not uncommon in a piece of this age, and it doesn't detract from its beauty. Also, on the outside of the piece are tiny, scattered scratches & marks, but again they're not distracting. There's a small air bubble trapped within the walls of the vase, as seen in the fourth photo above.

Please check out the photos, they're the best option for your visual reference. If you'd like to see more photos of this piece, please let me know & I'll be happy to take additional shots, which I will send in pdf form via email.

Processing time for this item will be brief; I like to get my orders shipped within 48 hours, typically using Priority Shipping via the USPS.

Also, please note that I DO NOT currently ship outside the United States.
A beautiful - and very heavy - Orrefors Fish Graal vase with a date code for 1963 engraved on the bottom, along with the signature of the artist, Edward Hald.

This impressive vase stands just under 5.5 inches tall and is slightly less than 4.75 inches wide at its widest point. It's decorated with swimming fish & underwater plants, and there's even a snail. All are done in the graal technique that reached its highest level of expression and artistry at the Orrefors factory in Sweden. As seen in the fifth photo above, the piece is engraved on the bottom with "ORREFORS," the word "Graal" followed by a mark I can't decipher, and then the date code, "346T," which dates this piece to 1963. Beneath that is engraved "Edward Hald," the name of the man who designed the piece. The base has a fair amount of scuffing & scratching, not uncommon in a piece of this age, and it doesn't detract from its beauty. Also, on the outside of the piece are tiny, scattered scratches & marks, but again they're not distracting. There's a small air bubble trapped within the walls of the vase, as seen in the fourth photo above.

Please check out the photos, they're the best option for your visual reference. If you'd like to see more photos of this piece, please let me know & I'll be happy to take additional shots, which I will send in pdf form via email.

Processing time for this item will be brief; I like to get my orders shipped within 48 hours, typically using Priority Shipping via the USPS.

Also, please note that I DO NOT currently ship outside the United States.

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Orrefors "Fish Graal" vase, dated 1963

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: Glass, Graal
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