For sale is a hard to find piece of Art Glass made by The Steuben Glass Company of Corning, New York. I have an Ivrene Fan Vase. The Vase is a petite size as it stands 5 7/8" tall and is 6 1/4" wide and 4 in deep. The foot has a diameter of 3 7/16".
The Vase has an wonderful Fan shape as it somewhat resemble a Clam Shell opening. It is oval in shape when looking in and resembles a Fan or Pillow Shape. It has Vertical Ribbing when lit is simply beautiful. The Vase sits on a round foot with a round glass knuckle raising it above the platform. The Glass has Pearl White Iridescent that is outstanding!! You can see beautiful hues of Fuchsia and Platinum Blues. The top border is irregular and fire polished. The vase is quite light and delicate for its size.
This Vase is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no cracks, nicks, chips or dings. This Vase was very loved for as I can only find a few tiny scratches, too small to picture. This vase also displays a countersunk Polished Pontil. This is the sign of a Quality piece of Art Glass. It is signed on the bottom with the etched "Steuben" signature along the outer edge.
This Glass Color was known as White Aurene and was part of Frederick Carder's Aurene Family. Other colors were Gold, Blue, Green, Brown and I believe there were a few other colors. You rarely find the Ivrene items as they are hard to find! This is known as shape number "7564" in the Steuben Catalog of shapes. I have attached a link below for you to view this so you can see that this was made by The Steuben Glass Company of Corning, NY. Those of you whom Collect Steuben Ivrene Vases will surely welcome this wonderful piece into their Collection. I'm sure the buyer will be quite pleased for many years with this purchase.
Steuben's Aurene was registered in 1904, and ceased production in 1932. This Cabinet Vase was made, Circa 1925-1930 based on the Signature mark.
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