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Author Topic: LARGE LOLLIPOP VASE CONTROLLED BUBBLE BLACK WHITE SWIRLS - ID = Katie Brown, NZ  (Read 2552 times)

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Offline Leach54321

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This is a beautifully made studio glass vase - tall at approx 17.5" tall with a controlled bubble at the bottom and black with white swirls.  This lollipop shaped vase is signed to the base with a first name that looks to start with a K and ending perhaps with an i so something like Karli and the surname looks like Bier?  can anyone please help me identify the artist.  This is dated 2011.


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Hello and welcome to the board. Thank you for posting such super clear large photos of your vase, it's a lovely item. Sadly I don't recognise the signature but hopefully someone else will be able to help.
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 :) I had hoped I would be able to help, but I'm afraid not. I don't recognise the mark at all.
However, it does appear to have an O with a score through it over the marks - often a symbol added to indicate a second.
But it looks pretty good and well done for it to be something that was relegated. That alone might indicate a maker in a bigger factory with quality control measures in place?
Cheers, Sue M. (she/her)

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 ;D
And also quite by chance, I learned today that "Aroha", the name of the design, means love.
Cheers, Sue M. (she/her)

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