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Author Topic: Teal green waisted glass vase with applied white rim. ID = Whitefriars 9638  (Read 1167 times)

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Hello fellow glass people :thup:, Can you please help to ID this 20th Century teal green glass vase with applied white rim. It's made from high quality metal and has a polished out pontil mark. Cheers, Glass
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Maybe Whitefriars?  Enamelled range...poss Shadow Green? 

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Hi Max, thank you for your help.

I think you might be right, I can see a similar vase on page 136 plate 150 in the soft back Whitefriars Glass book. Any other help will be much appreciated. Cheers
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It does look like a W/Fs one but be carefull there are some Scandinavian ones almost identical same colours but
a bit heavier and the white rims are a little thicker i have had both, one was a bowl with flat polished base Ray Annenberg saw it in my cabinet and said straight away thats not W/Fs . They still get sold at fairs as W/Fs . Again i must say the shape of yours looks ok. see if its in the catalogues on W/Fs dot com . :huh:

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Thanks John.  Good to know about the Scandinavian ones that are similar.  :)
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Thanks for the info John.

This vase might be soda glass but I did think at first it had some lead content. I found this page with a very similar sample of this vase here > http://www.whitefriarsorg.org/memb1/cat-66/p33.jpg

My vase is 9 1/4"

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Nigel has confirmed the Scandinavian ones are Hadeland as i thought  , the one on here is Whitefriars .

 

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