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Author Topic: iridescent green vase  (Read 287 times)

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Offline Paul S.

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iridescent green vase
« on: August 12, 2009, 06:17:42 PM »
I took the pics. of this yesterday, and I'm sure It didn't have any cracks  -  now it seems to have one about 5 cms. long.   Well at least it hasn't fallen apart yet.
the surface pattern and the four 'pinches' might, I suppose, indicate its more precise origin to someone   -  I can only suggest Bohemian, but not much more.  About 11 cms. tall, and about 8 cms. wide  -  and with a fairly standard sort of iridescence.   Grateful for any more thoughts, and thanks for looking.     Paul S.

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