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Mount Washington, Burmese Lily Vase, Excellent Condition~~~

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For sale is a lovely piece of art glass that was made by The Mount Washington Glass Company of New Bedford, Mass. The item is a flower form "Lily" vase and it is done in their ever popular Burmese style of art glass. The vase is a nice size as it stands 8 3/4" tall and the top has a diameter of 3 1/2". The bottom foot has a diameter of 3 1/4".

The vase displays a wonderful trumpet tre-foil flower form shape. The vase is a matte canary yellow with a soft pastel salmon pink hue top. It starts out on a round platform foot with a trumpet shaped body that tapers up and out to a 3 fold "Tre-Foil" shape. The Burmese at the top is a soft rosy pink and some of it is picked up again at the wafer on the bottom. The blower descided to re-heat it a 2nd time and the very edges of the flower form are yellow.

The vase is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no cracks, nicks or dings. The pontil mark is rough and not polished out. The vase is unsigned but there is little doubt that this was made by The Mt. Washington Glass Company as Burmese glass was exclusive to them as they created it. These use to be plentiful and I hardly see them anymore. They were top heavy and many sustained damage and simply did not survive. This is an excellent example. This vase was made circa 1885-1894.


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