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A luscious antique Victorian art nouveau glass vase, probably made by one of the Manchester or Stourbridge English glassworks in the mid-to-late 19th century.

The tall cylindrical 'chimney' vase is made of vertically ribbed pinky-red cranberry glass, the colour deepening towards the top. The base is enclosed in a turquoise blue 'cup' with trails rising upwards and five crimped or tooled feet; from this rises a trailing vine with leafy strands spreading out to right and left, towards the rim of the vase.

The vase is in good antique condition, but has a couple of tiny chips at the rim with some minor loss to the tips of the applied vine and some rough edges on the feet - hence the low price; the rim could be re-cut and fire-polished, removing the problem, although the chips hardly notice on display in any case.

It measures 19 cm/7.5" high and weighs 256 gms; estimated packaged weight is 650 gms.

Victorian Glass Vase, Late 19th Century English Art Nouveau Cranberry Glass Rustic Chimney Vase, Blue Applique Rigaree Vine & Crimped Feet

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: glass
  • Feedback: 178 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Penzance, United Kingdom
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