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Cut Glass Vase with Rosettes, French or Bohemian

 
Cut Glass Vase with
                        block and rosette designDescription: This is an exceptional piece of glass in several ways, including the size.  The quality of the glass itself is very good, andCut
                        Glass Vase detail everything here is hand done.  Most of the bottom has been polished, leaving just a ring where the vase touches the table, and that shows the wear you'd expect from an item dating to the early 20th century.  The decoration is cut, not pressed, and features alternating rows of blocks and rosettes with the blocks outlined in gold.  This cutting style is difficult and would have been done by the master cutter where ever it was made.  That part remains a mystery, although French or Bohemian seems most likely, late 19th or early 20th century.

Dimensions:  
Height is about 14 1/2".  Diameter at the top is about 3 1/2" and about 4" at the base.

Company/Artist: Unknown but probably either French or Bohemian.
 
Estimated Date: circa 1900.
 
Condition: 
is excellent with no damage and no repairs.

Price: 
$175 plus shipping and insurance.

Shipping: Will vary based on location.  E-mail us for a quote. (We usually ship via Priority Mail, but we can do Parcel Post if necessary.

Guarantee:
  Our guarantee is a fairly simple one.  When you get the package, if you don't like the item, send it back.  We'll refund the original price and original shipping charge.  The only part you're risking is the cost to return it.  And if we made an important mistake in the description, we'll cover the return shipping as well.  (Saying something is 12" tall when it's really 10" counts as an "important" mistake.  A spelling error does not.) 

Mostly, we do things this way because we think it's the right thing to do, but we're also fully aware that a happy customer is
more likely to be a repeat customer and tell friends about this great site they found.

Payment: First of all, we like getting paid.  It really does make everything run more smoothly, so we try to be as flexible as we can.  Essentially, if we can put it in the bank without breaking any laws, we'll probably take it.  So checks that won't bounce are fine.  We're only set up to take credit cards through Paypal unless you want to buy through our Etsy site.  (For international sales, Paypal is easiest for us, but we'll listen if you have another preference.) 

We even take cash if it's not from a Monopoly set or freshly printed in your basement.  Sorry, but we don't take chickens.  If you have any questions about payment methods, just get in touch.

 
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We try to ship in one or two days after payment arrives, and we're generous with the bubblewrap and styrofoam peanuts.

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  Remember that all proceeds go to support good causes: my spouse, our cats (see the "staff" here), our creditors, my auction addiction, and the plumbing project that never ends.



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