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STEVENS AND WILLIAMS POMPEIAN SWIRL / VERRE DE SOIE
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STEVENS AND WILLIAMS POMPEIAN SWIRL / VERRE DE SOIE VASE, cased orange amber, gourd form with a opaque pale blue interior, polished pontil mark. England. Circa 1886. 6 7/8" H.
Virtually undamaged with a single minute flake to the base.
Literature: Parallels Hajdamach - English Glass: 1800-1914, p. 316, pl. 38 / top right.
Provenance: From a New Jersey private collection.
Catalogue Note: Pompeian Swirl glass and vases were first developed by Frederick Carder (later to be the innovative head of Steuben Glassworks, and one of the most influential glass artists of all time) in 1886, while working for Stevens and Williams. Carder decided to call this type of glass "Verre de Soie." Stevens and Williams registered Verre de Soie glass in 1886.
Condition
Virtually undamaged with a single minute flake to the base.
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STEVENS AND WILLIAMS POMPEIAN SWIRL / VERRE DE SOIE

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Oct 15, 2016
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Starting Price $100
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0010: STEVENS AND WILLIAMS POMPEIAN SWIRL / VERRE DE SOIE

Sold for $300
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Est. $200 - $300Starting Price $100
Fall Antiques, Fine & Decorative Arts
Oct 15, 2016 9:30 AM EDT
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Lot 0010 Details

Description
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STEVENS AND WILLIAMS POMPEIAN SWIRL / VERRE DE SOIE VASE, cased orange amber, gourd form with a opaque pale blue interior, polished pontil mark. England. Circa 1886. 6 7/8" H.
Virtually undamaged with a single minute flake to the base.
Literature: Parallels Hajdamach - English Glass: 1800-1914, p. 316, pl. 38 / top right.
Provenance: From a New Jersey private collection.
Catalogue Note: Pompeian Swirl glass and vases were first developed by Frederick Carder (later to be the innovative head of Steuben Glassworks, and one of the most influential glass artists of all time) in 1886, while working for Stevens and Williams. Carder decided to call this type of glass "Verre de Soie." Stevens and Williams registered Verre de Soie glass in 1886.
Condition
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Virtually undamaged with a single minute flake to the base.

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