"MUSEUM QUALITY" FOR THE VERY SERIOUS GLASS COLLECTOR I WAS TOLD THIS IS A RARE FIND AN ART GLASS VASE ENAMELED CAMEO OF WHAT LOOKS TO BE A BUST OF BACCHUS DIONYSUS. A LIGHT IRIDESCENT AMETHYST COLOR. HARD TO PHOTOGRAPH DUE TO COLOR CHANGES, SO I HAVE INCLUDED PICTURES TO SHOW SHADE, IN THE SUN WITH MANY DIFFERENT ANGLES. THERE ARE NO CHIPS CRACKS OR REPAIRS, ONLY SMALL BUGS IN THE GLASS AS SEEN IN THE BOTTOM.
I GUARANTEE THIS GLASS TO BE. OLD GUESSING PRIOR TO CIRCA 1890'S, NEEDS CLEANED I WAS TOLD IT WOULD CLEAN UP WITH IVORY SOAP BUT I WILL LEAVE THAT UP TO THE NEW OWNER.NO MAKERS MARK, I WOULD SAY FRENCH POSSIBLY EVEN EARLY BACCARAT BRONZE WARE OR WEBB or LOETZ GLASS. THIS IS ONE FOR THE VERY SERIOUS GLASS COLLECTOR. NICE SIZE AT 7 1/2 TALL. AFTER RESEARCHING TOLD THIS IS LOETZ BUT I WOULD ATTRIBUTE THIS TO BACCARAT. AS IT LOOKS TO ME OPALINE GLASS. In 1847, Webb was making opalescent glass decorated in an Etruscan style. The patent was applied for on August 29, 1877 and.
Granted on February 27, 1878. Bronze glass was a form of iridescent finish made to compete with. Bohemian products of that time. This treatment was to mimic Roman and other ancient glass.The Roman god of wine and intoxication, equated with the Greek DIONYSUS His festival was celebrated on March 16 and 17. The Bacchanalia, orgies in honor of Dionysus, were introduced in Rome around 200 BCE.
These infamous celebrations, notorious for their. Sexual and criminal character, got so out of hand that they were forbidden by the Roman Senate in 186 BCE.Bacchus is also identified with. I accept Pay-Pal , You must notify me with-in 3 days with the correct. SO COME IN & LOOK AROUND & MAKE ME SOME OFFERS. All I can do is decline it, except it, or make you a counter offer. The item "ANTIQUE ART GLASS VASE ENAMELED CAMEO IRIDESCENT BACCARAT WEBB LOETZ ERA" is in sale since Friday, March 9, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Glass\Vases". The seller is "chermay777" and is located in Phoenix, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.