Thomas Webb & Sons was an English glass company, founded in 1837 by Thomas Webb (1804-1869) near Stourbridge, England, later became Thomas Webb & Sons. Webb operated the Platts glasshouse from 1837 to 1856 and then the Dennis glassworks from 1855 to 1990.

This gorgeous "Peachblow" cased glass vase, circa 1880-1890, is the classic bulbous shape with tapered top. The vase is blood red at the top modulating to peach pink at the base, over a white interior. The vase is decorated in a Japanese motif of gilt enamel trailing vines and delicate flowers. This style is many times attributed to Jules Barbe. The vase measures 7 3/4" in height, 4" in width at the widest part, with 1" opening at the top and 2" across the base. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; the gilt decoration is near mint; the top edge was originally gilt decorated which is mostly missing (see photo). Lovely vase with great color.

ITEM ID
RL0005787
TYPE
Art Glass
COLOR
Red, White
CREATOR
Thomas Webb
STYLE
Art Nouveau
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Vases, Urns
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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Thomas Webb Art Nouveau Peachblow Enameled Vase

$389

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