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Author Topic: Victorian Glass Vase w/Enamelled Decor - European or American? "4" on Base  (Read 591 times)

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Offline Patti3435

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Hi. Not sure what the origins of this vase are - European Bristol Glass? American Webb or Pairpoint? Any help or opinion is appreciated.  Stands approx 9.5" tall. Thank you!

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Offline Lustrousstone

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Not Webb (which is English and not American), definitely not Bristol (that's a total misnomer applied to enamelled glass) but perhaps Bohemian. That ribbed base is unusual though

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Offline Patti3435

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Thank you Lustrousstone. I will check and see if I can find anything similare in Bohemian glass. What about Mt. Washington / Pairpoint Glass. Do you think that could be a possibility? Thanks again for your help.

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I would expect better quality from the pix of pieces I've seen

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