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Offline Anne Tique

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« on: March 15, 2019, 10:44:44 AM »
I got myself this whopper, vase Trinidad by Samuel Herman for VSL from 1972.

I had to look twice because it showed something i've seen on these vases before and also spotted in adds and I nearly made the same mistake, but I wasn't wearing my specs initially  8). On the body, attached/connected to the applied spots, there are these horizontal lines. I've read before that people think that they are cracks, which they're not, but I can see why people think it is. They look like threads or folds pulled away from the applied spots in the process and you can feel and see them. Because of the clear layer in between the pink  and the applications, you can see the shadow of these lines on the pink glass.

Perhaps a silly question but is there a term for such a thing and is it normal to see this on SH productions?

Thank you for any comments.

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