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Roger Gandelman Hand Blown Art Glass Pulled Feather Amber Iridescent Vase Rare

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A remarkable early hand blown vase by the acclaimed glass blowing artist Roger Gandelman of Connecticut. Roger's hand crafted perfume bottles are recognized around the globe for their absolute perfection and stunning artistry. His glass works are and have been featured in art exhibitions all over the world, including a feature exhibit at the Sandwich Glass Museum in Sandwich, MA.; the New Bedford Glass Museum in New Bedford, MA.; the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, NY.; the Slater Museum of Art in Norwich, CT.; and many others including the Smithsonian Museum. Roger was 27 years old when he created this rare and amazing vase that is one of only 4 of this pulled feather design that he ever created. He was living in the small town of Moodus, Connecticut, and his studio was named "Rainbow Glass Works." He was working with another studio on a chicken farm called "Down on the Farm Art Center." His current studio is named Westrock Art Glass in Branford, CT.
This glorious hand blown vase represents the very best in a pulled feather amber iridescent glass vase. It has brown and gray overtones with a smoky iridescence in amber hued glass. It measures 10.75" inches high x 4.0" inches wide. It is acid etched with the date of creation, 6/79. and signed by Roger Gandelman, along with the name of his studio "Rainbow Glass Works." This vase remains in impeccable condition with no chips, cracks or other defects observed. This is truly an extraordinary and scarce piece of history that was created by a prominent and skilled American glass artist. Any price I place on this superb vase would still be too cheap!
A remarkable early hand blown vase by the acclaimed glass blowing artist Roger Gandelman of Connecticut. Roger's hand crafted perfume bottles are recognized around the globe for their absolute perfection and stunning artistry. His glass works are and have been featured in art exhibitions all over the world, including a feature exhibit at the Sandwich Glass Museum in Sandwich, MA.; the New Bedford Glass Museum in New Bedford, MA.; the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, NY.; the Slater Museum of Art in Norwich, CT.; and many others including the Smithsonian Museum. Roger was 27 years old when he created this rare and amazing vase that is one of only 4 of this pulled feather design that he ever created. He was living in the small town of Moodus, Connecticut, and his studio was named "Rainbow Glass Works." He was working with another studio on a chicken farm called "Down on the Farm Art Center." His current studio is named Westrock Art Glass in Branford, CT.
This glorious hand blown vase represents the very best in a pulled feather amber iridescent glass vase. It has brown and gray overtones with a smoky iridescence in amber hued glass. It measures 10.75" inches high x 4.0" inches wide. It is acid etched with the date of creation, 6/79. and signed by Roger Gandelman, along with the name of his studio "Rainbow Glass Works." This vase remains in impeccable condition with no chips, cracks or other defects observed. This is truly an extraordinary and scarce piece of history that was created by a prominent and skilled American glass artist. Any price I place on this superb vase would still be too cheap!

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Roger Gandelman Hand Blown Art Glass Pulled Feather Amber Iridescent Vase Rare

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Glass, Strands, Canes, Pulled feather, Amber hues, Iridescent, Smoky, Hand blown, Art glass, Opalescence, Vase
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