Durand Art Glass 1925 Tiffany Iridescent Pulled Feather Threaded Vase
Durand Art Glass Shop, a division of Vineland Flint Glass Works (owned by Victor Durand, Jr.), was established in late 1924 with the help of Martin Bach, Jr. who had inherited the Quezal Art Glass and Decorating Company's formulas from his father. Durand art glass received the Medal of Honor at the Sesquicentennial International Exposition in Philadelphia in 1926.Yellow glass in varying hues was often employed by Durand. It was referenced as “oil glass” by the fancy shop’s employees, but the company called it “ambergris.” This yellow glass was considered imperative to produce distinctive colors in the company’s iridescent glass. This iridescence was referred to as "lustre". The iridescent lustre was called "Tiffany iridescent" by Durand.
Here we have an exceptional example of a 9 inch tall Durand Art Glass vase in the Tiffany Iridescent color. We believe the design to be Pulled Feather. The threading on the vase in intact. This piece is in excellent original condition. The Durand company used paper labels on most of their vases which were easily removed.
Outstanding vase in that it is undamaged, no chips, no cracks, no scratches, no repairs. Any imperfections are from the manufacturing process including any tiny air bubbles.
Unmarked but guaranteed to be original, vintage Durand Art Glass.
All images are original and un-edited.
Will be packed securely for safe arrival. We guarantee the authenticity of all items to be as represented. We make a best effort to provide a fair and descriptive condition report.
Height: 9", Base: 2 3/4", Opening: 4"
- Model: K2718
- Shipping Weight: 4.5000lbs
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