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Author Topic: Kosta LH 1842 - or possibly 1892 Amber to green vase, Vicke Lindstrand  (Read 1537 times)

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Offline jakgene

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Just received this rather nice  (I think) vase. I love the way the colour shades from a deep amber to a rich green at the mouth

Was wondering if it is possible to date it any closer  - I have found several references using Google which suggest either 1960's or 1970's.

Also, I think the engraved to base number is 1842 - seller had it listed as 1892 - Google comes up with both options on similar vases so obviously others have had the same problem in deciphering it.  Does anyone know which is correct please.
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Re: Kosta LH 1842 - or possibly 1892 Amber to green vase, Vicke Lindstrand
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2012, 08:11:00 PM »
Swedish glass catelogues only goes up to 1962/3, and the last LH is 1784, so I'd suggest it's probably 1963/4 ish, rather than 1970's


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