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Edward Webb Ivory Glass Vases, Pair

American Bloomsbury Antiques & Design

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Edward Webb Ivory Glass Vases, Pair
Edward Webb Ivory Glass Vases, Pair
Edward Webb Ivory Glass Vases, Pair
Edward Webb Ivory Glass Vases, Pair
Edward Webb Ivory Glass Vases, Pair
Edward Webb Ivory Glass Vases, Pair
Edward Webb Ivory Glass Vases, Pair

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 19th century

Condition:

Very Good; wear to gilding on rims

Country of Origin:

England

Materials:

glass/enamel

Size:

3.62" W x 4.5" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

Pair of early 1880s Worcester glass cabinet vases designed by Arthur Nash for Edward Webb's White House Glassworks with applied raspberries and a gilt enamel foliate motif with dragonflies and bumblebees. Each vase is fully signed on the underside with the E and Web mark. Arthur Nash would later become the inventor of Favrile Glass for Louis C. Tiffany.
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Why We Love This

Pair of early 1880s Worcester glass cabinet vases designed by Arthur Nash for Edward Webb's White House Glassworks with applied raspberries and a gilt enamel foliate motif with dragonflies and bumblebees. Each vase is fully signed on the underside with the E and Web mark. Arthur Nash would later become the inventor of Favrile Glass for Louis C. Tiffany.

About American Bloomsbury Antiques & Design

Welcome to American Bloomsbury Antiques & Design. We feature a fine array of American, European, and Asian decorative arts and paintings from the 19th through the 20th centuries, with a specialty in American decorative arts of the inter-war years. Beauty is the common thread throughout American Bloomsbury Antiques & Design objects. Whether it's something timeless and classic you're looking for, or something a bit more unusual, we can help you in your search.