TS Victorian Marked Moser Oxblood to Vaseline / Uranium Cut Glass Bowl
Victorian Marked Moser Oxblood to Vaseline / Uranium Cut Glass Bowl! We will be listing many treasures that are extremely rare over the upcoming weeks from our own collection. This is a spectacular hand cut oxblood red to vaseline bowl. It was produced in the Bohemian or Czech region of Germany around 1900. The maker is Moser and it is acid marked with their logo "Made in Czechoslovakia Moser Karlsbad". (see photo) It features oval loops and crosses around the sides with a starburst on the base. This piece is deceiving because it is very lightweight leaded glass. It rings like a church bell when struck. Had it not been for the mark I would have believed is was made by Val St. Add some brilliant color and stunning design to your collection with this magnificent piece. Size is 7 1/2" wide and 3 1/4" tall. There are no chips or cracks. Make room on the Top Shelf for this one! Please write us for more information. Condition of item: Please understand the items we sell are old, and as such, demonstrate characteristics of age, which may include scratches around the base, bubbles, pattern irregularities, straw marks or mold marks, and pontils that are not highly ground are unfinished and may have ash in them. Victorian hand blown glass was produced in dirty conditions, and sometimes may have ash or dirt specks. All of these features are expected to occur in antique glass, we will not accept a return on an item because it has these features. We are Top Shelf Antiques, Where the Past is always Present! All our listings start with TS so you can spot them easily. We search for old, quality, unusual items to bring to the net!
The item "TS Victorian Marked Moser Oxblood to Vaseline / Uranium Cut Glass Bowl" is in sale since Tuesday, June 8, 2021. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Glassware\Vaseline\Pre-1940". The seller is "topshelfantiques" and is located in Gilmer, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Object Type: Bowl
- Type of Glass: vaseline/uranium