For Sale is a wonderful piece of Art Glass made by The Steuben Glass Company of Corning, New York. The item is a Squat Vase and it is done in Frederick Carder's most desirable Gold Aurene Style of Art Glass. The Vase has some size as it stands 3 7/8" tall and is 7 1/4" in diameter.
The Vase has a Squat form with a wide mouth opening. It displays an outstanding Gold Iridescence that Rivaled L.C. Tiffany's Favrile Style of Art Glass. The Gold Iridescence is so brilliant and colorful it looks like metal but is glass. You can see vivid hues of Fuchsia and Gold's surrounding the entire Vase. It is silky soft to the touch and eye candy to the eyes. The outside iridescence is about as good as it gets on a Steuben Aurene Vessel. it has a wonderful rolled top lip and has a soft blue hue to it. It also displays a counter sunk polished pontil, the sign of a quality piece of Art Glass.
The Vase is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no cracks, nicks, chips or dings. There are the normal scratches and wear to the inside bottom and is typical of age wear. This cannot be seen when display and is considered insignificant. The piece is signed on the underside bottom with the etched "Aurene" signature mark as well as the shape number "2792". The exterior of this vase is above average and shows very little wear. It has some of the most brilliant Fuchsia tones I have ever come across on a Steuben piece. The Shape is equally as nice. This is the 1st time in 39+ years as a dealer collector that I have had this shape and would consider this shape a Rare one to find.
This is known as shape number "2792" in the Steuben Achieves of shapes. I have attached a link below for you to view this so you can see that this was made by The Steuben Glass Company of Corning, NY. Those of you whom Collect Steuben Gold Aurene will surely welcome this wonderful piece of Steuben Aurene Glass into your Collection. I'm quite sure the buyer will be very pleased for many years with their purchase. Based on the Signature Mark this Vase was considered very early in Steuben's Production and was made Circa 1902-1910.
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