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This splendid Consolidated Martele' Bittersweet Vase features a realistic rendering of green leaves and blue berries on satin custard glass.

Condition is excellent, free from chipping, cracking, staining, or excessive wear.

Unmarked, but guaranteed to be authentic Consolidated Martele' glass.

H 9.5", D 5", rim and base 3.5".

Designed by Reuben Haley and introduced in 1926, Consolidated's Martele' line of art glass was inspired by the glorious works of Rene' Lalique featured at the 1925 Paris Exposition. Haley, who had previously been associated with Hocking and Fostoria, worked with his son Kenneth to produce the Martele' collection. An early catalog from Consolidated describes the line as combining "the skill of the artist, sculptor and glass artisan to bring out the hand wrought motifs obtained from nature's own laboratories...the sea, the sky and the land have each supplied an inspiration to the artists."


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ITEM ID
3126
ITEM TYPE
Vintage
CREATOR
Consolidated Lamp and Glass Co., Phoenix
PURPOSE
Vases, Urns

Consolidated Martele’ Bittersweet Vase, Tri-Color, c. 1930

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