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HEIGHT: 5in (13cm) DIAMETER: 5.5in (14cm)
Blown Glass, Metal, Murano Glass
Late 20th Century
A hand-thrown gourd shaped vase, in glazed ceramic, incised with rippled pattern to the neck, above details of bee and flower to the body. Despite presence of wear and cracking to base, the vase remains in good overall condition.
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