"Bud Vases" series

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3 Vases
"Bud Vases" series
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(A) H: 28 cm, D: 9.6 cm; (B) H: 24 cm, D: 10.6 cm; (C) H: 17 cm, D: 11.5 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Opaque white, deep amethyst (appearing black), colorless, transparent amethyst, green, ruby pink non-lead glasses; blown and hot worked, rims ground and polished flat. Group of three vases with bodies of varying height and color combinations, each vase comprised of a long narrow cylindrical neck (same approximate size on each) of nearly opaque white cased in colorless with narrow vertical stripes appearing black, ground and polished rim, long neck appears to be "pushed in" rounded top of body which is a ribbed elongated or flattened bubble with slightly asymmetrical top surface, body colors and shapes: (A) elongated ruby pink; (B) almost spherical green; (C) slightly flattened amethyst; slightly flattened base; narrow rough pontil; inscribed in script to left of pontil: "Chatham/Glass Co./(date--example "A" marked 1992, "B" marked 1993, "C" marked 1994)".
Chatham Glass Company (f. 1987), Source