MICHAEL HARRIS Vase for Isle of Wight Glass. White with Green and Silver Inclusions and Light Silver Lustre Finish
MICHAEL HARRIS Vase for Isle of Wight Glass. White with Green and Silver Inclusions and Light Silver Lustre Finish
MICHAEL HARRIS Vase for Isle of Wight Glass. White with Green and Silver Inclusions and Light Silver Lustre Finish
MICHAEL HARRIS Vase for Isle of Wight Glass. White with Green and Silver Inclusions and Light Silver Lustre Finish
MICHAEL HARRIS Vase for Isle of Wight Glass. White with Green and Silver Inclusions and Light Silver Lustre Finish
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MICHAEL HARRIS Vase for Isle of Wight Glass. White with Green and Silver Inclusions and Light Silver Lustre Finish

Vendor
Iconic Edinburgh
Regular price
£125.00
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£125.00
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This is a lovely and highly decorative piece of vintage art glass - which was designed by MIchael Harris for Isle of Wight Glass.

The vase has been hand blown and has a polished pontil. It is unsigned but has the black triangular mark which was used by Isle of Wight 1978 and 1991. It also has a little label detailing the company etc - as photographed.

It is a very attractive example and a nice larger size.

The diameter of the vase is about 5 1/2 inches - and the overall height is about 4 1/4 inches.

It is in excellent condition with no damages.

It has a very pretty decoration with the main colour a nice opaque milky white glass - with threads and swirls through it. There are little decorative patches of peppermint green and grey-lilac (which reminds me a little of strands of mossy seaweed floating in the sea). Little pale yellow coloured speckles and a silvery lustre finish to the outer layer.

It is certainly a most delightful and early example of British Art Glass.

A fair price for one of this date and size.