Lot 530: GLASS & ENAMEL VASE IN THE STYLE OF DURAND
November 5, 2016
Online, PA, USALive Auction
Glass & Enamel Vase In The Style Of Durand:
A vase with a marigold iridescent interior with matte white exterior. Five blue feathers with gold tips surround the body. Durand art glass was produced from 1924 to 1931. The Vineland Flint Glass Works was established by Victor Durand and Victor Durand, Jr., in 1897. In 1924 Martin Bach, Jr., and other artisans from the Quezal glassworks joined them at the Vineland, New Jersey, plant to make Durand art glass. They called their gold iridescent glass Gold Luster. Durand rose bowls peaked in the 1900s, but are still being made today.
9" X 4 1/2"
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Good condition. No chips, scratches or cracks detected.
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