Recently there was a thread about the properties of Neodymium glass and how it would change colour subtly when exposed to fluorescent light; normally this is between pale lilac in daylight, to pale blue under fluorescent.
Well, recently I obtained a bud vase (similar to a Murano sommerso facet) that looks totally clear in daylight, but changes to pale blue under flashlight and pale green under fluorescent!
The following are totally unedited for colour or brightness/contrast in any way – from left; Photos taken in Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent:
Click on any photo to enlarge.
Sadly it does have a slight bruise on one of the base corners, so the value has also changed! :cry: Hope these photos help, but can anyone ID this at all?
Height: 6½" (16.5cm)
Width: 1¾" (4.5cm) square
Base is ground flat and polished.