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Vintage Art Nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass floral decorated molded vase.

This wonderful vintage art nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass vase with floral relief decorations is in fantastic condition with not chips, scratches or cracks.
Extremely collectible and absolutely stunning this beautiful vase would make a welcomed addition to any collection.
Measurements are 9.25 inches in height.
The Phoenix Glass Company began in 1880 in the town of Monaca Pennsylvania and like many other glass companies during the late nineteenth century, became well know for producing beautiful art glass. Their art glass line included etched glass designs, pressed glass patterns, sculptured glass, and pearlized milk glass which is considered a type of carnival glass. The pearlized milk glass, also known as satin pearl, was patented in 1885 by Phoenix. Sculptured art glass was made starting in the early 1930's and involved a process where the external decorations on the vases or bowls were made separately in glass molds then applied to the glass creating a raised appearance, or relief. After the pieces were applied, the vase would then be re-fired in the kiln so the pieces would stay on permanently.
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Vintage Art Nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass floral decorated molded vase.

Vintage Art Nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass floral decorated molded vase.

Vintage Art Nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass floral decorated molded vase.

Vintage Art Nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass floral decorated molded vase.

Vintage Art Nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass floral decorated molded vase.

Vintage Art Nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass floral decorated molded vase.

Vintage Art Nouveau Phoenix / Consolidated art glass floral decorated molded vase.

$70

 

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