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John Lotton (20th Century) has broken new ground in the art of glass. The third son of Charles Lotton, John has focused on heavy, thick glass bowls and vases, adorned with layer after layer of floral decor. He creates these delicate, but massive pieces free hand. John Lotton's glass combines bright colors and modern design elements for a truly unique piece. This piece is a hand-blown glass vase, hand signed by the artist. It is interesting to note that noted expert Daryle S. Lambert wrote in his book “31 Steps to Your Millions in Antiques & Collectibles," released in May, 2007, made the prediction that Lotton Art Glass would rise in the market to become the next Tiffany. In June, 2007, he made this same statement in the press. after a sale of a 1995 John Lotton twelve inch vase through Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in Chicago for more than twice its estimated selling price, might just be the indication that this art glass is just beginning to take its place among the notable art glass of the ages. Could Lambert be right? Many astute collectors think so.
Medium: Hand-Blown Art Glass.
Size: 11 inches tall.
Signed/Dated: Hand-Signed. Dated 1995.
Condition: Polished Pontil. Very Good Vintage Condition.
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JOHN LOTTON - Magnificent Large Hand-Blown Vase, Hand Signed and Dated by The Artist
$1,400 USD SOLD
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