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Author Topic: Beautiful Pulled Feather Hanging Hearts Vase, Anyone know anything about it?  (Read 47 times)

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Offline mlredmon1973

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Hello
 
I have this vase that has been passed down through my family and I am not sure how old it is actually but quit old. There is no signature or makers marks on the vase.
 
Anyone know who may have made it.  The colors are stunning.
 
 
Any help would be great
 
Thank you


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Quezal?


Offline ttttootall

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Without a signature it will almost be impossible to id maker. My guess would be "Vandermark" or possibly "Phoenix Studio".
From what I can see in the pictures it does not look old enough to be Quezal or any other maker from that time period.
The "Fan vase w/pulled feather " is a very popular contemporary design.
Tony


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Here is an example of Phoenix studio glass vase with similar heart. They use a sticker and most of the time a signature too.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/CARL-RADKE-PHOENIX-STUDIOS-FAN-VASE-/251647677578?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a975ed48a

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Offline Ohio

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Also there are so many U.S. studios that work the hanging hearts designs where the signature is dremel polished off to pass for Durand it isn't even funny. Terry  Crider's work is one that shows up often.


 

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