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Author Topic: Craquele glass vase with black base and rim French? Art Deco? ID please  (Read 204 times)

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I bought this vase a few weeks ago without any clue about its origin.
Beautiful crackled glass with black rim and base with pontil mark.
The scratches on the base let me think it ist old, maybe Art deco period.
Dimensions: approx. height 20 cm / 17 cm
Any ideas are welcome :) Thank you


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Nobody has an idea? ???

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