The production of Blush Ivory started in the 1890’s thru 1914. It was a complex and expensive process to produce. This vase was produced in the early stages of the lines development. The original sprays of flowers on the ivory blush pieces were said to be drawn by Edward Raby and Frank Roberts. This vase has a wonderful matte straw-colored glaze covering the outside with areas of soft apricot glaze accenting it. The 22 karat gilding is highlighting the beautiful ferns, handles and raised portions on this piece. The vase is in excellent shape for its age. There are no cracks but there is a small chip on the inside of one of the white tips which is not noticeable at all. Manufacturing anomalies may exist, the occasional tiny iron speck, dust 'bump' in the glaze, etc.
Backstamp: Worcester Mark with 1 dot RN141376 1406 (Mold#) HH ( Gilders Mark) 12 (possibly the height)
Measures: approx 12” H
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