A lovely and SCARCE Iridescent Blue Footed Quezal Vase. This has the later silver point signature which was incorporated near the end of their years of production. Their are fewer pieces of Iridescent Blue Quezal glass than Gold, due to the color choice blending with the interior colors of dwellings. It would appear that there was a less amount of plain iridescent glass vases made than decorated. I do believe that the color blue gained popularity moving into the Art Deco era in America. There is very little grime on the inside, and almost appears to have been unused. It measures approx. 7 3/8 inches in height and is in MINT condition.
SCARCE Iridescent BLUE Footed Quezal Vase, circa 1920