We are offering this Vintage Glass Vase which was manufactured by Kanawha in the 60's+. This piece stands 12 1/2" tall and is free-formed on the top. Nice crackle finish on the bottom leading up to a brilliant orange glass top! Great condition! There are no chips, cracks or fractures on this piece.
Kanawha Glass Company was an American art glass company that began in 1953 when a few of the artisans from the failed Dunbar Glass Company came together to start a new business. The company grew in popularity in the 1960s and it acquired Hamon Glass company in 1969. Kanawha continued producing its line of glass products until 1987 when it was acquired by Dereume Glass.
Kanawha Glass offered close to 350 different products at its peak of production. Glass horses, cats, dogs, owls and swans are among the different types of animal figurines Kanawha created. Glass bowls, with the head and neck of a swan, and owl-shaped drinking glasses were some of the more creative choices the glass artists made. Tall, elongated vases with bubble textures and free-formed scalloped tops and vases created from milk glass in the shape of a shoe were among their more fanciful home décor items.