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VINTAGE Batten Road

Blenko Mid-Century Horn Vase, S/2

$0.00
Est. Arrival: May 30 - Jun 04
This item is no longer available.
COLOR olive green/lilac
CONDITION Very Good; a few fleabites to inner lower rim of lilac vase, bottom wear
DIMENSIONS 21" L x 9" W x 2.75" H
ERA Vintage: 1960s
MADE OF glass
SKU 77520234
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL May 30 - Jun 04
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Batten Road was born in the ‘70s when a crazed book-lover returned from college to work in Soho at one of the country's (world's??) most famous Art & Architecture bookstores. To feed the addiction (and rent), she quickly picked up two other jobs so the love affair with books need not end. Eventually, the addiction grew to hunting for wonderful decorative accessories, furniture, tabletop and lighting.
Why we love this
These thick, organic form cased-glass vases were designed by Winslow Anderson for Blenko in the early 50s and stayed in production until 1968. Shown here are the larger Olive Green (21" x 4.75") and the smaller Lilac (16" x 4"). Both are 2.75' high and date to around 1963. Together they make a lovely centerpiece but serve equally well as separate accents. Lilac has 2 fleabites to inner lower rim. Undersides are ground flat with expected wear on the bottom. Overall excellent vintage condition.
About the Seller
Batten Road was born in the ‘70s when a crazed book-lover returned from college to work in Soho at one of the country's (world's??) most famous Art & Architecture bookstores. To feed the addiction (and rent), she quickly picked up two other jobs so the love affair with books need not end. Eventually, the addiction grew to hunting for wonderful decorative accessories, furniture, tabletop and lighting.