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AN ENGLISH CLARET AND WHITE CAMEO GLASS VASE

CIRCA 1887, POSSIBLY STEVENS & WILLIAMS, STOURBRIDGE OR THOMAS WEBB & SONS

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AN ENGLISH CLARET AND WHITE CAMEO GLASS VASE
CIRCA 1887, POSSIBLY STEVENS & WILLIAMS, STOURBRIDGE OR THOMAS WEBB & SONS
Of double-gourd form, the tall baluster neck overlaid, etched and wheel-carved with a floral rosettes on a cartouche-shaped band, the shoulder with a band of flower heads interrupting budding and blossoming rose briar, a small insect in flight above
12 1/8 in. (30.7 cm.) high
Literature
See, Charles R. Hajdamach, British Glass 1800-1914, Suffolk, 1991, p. 208 for a vase of similar form recorded in Stourbridge pattern books. Compare Ray and Lee Grover, English Cameo Glass, 1980, p. 263, fig. C205 and Christies, New York, 20 October 2002, lot 129 for a blue and white example of this form attributed to Thomas Webb.

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