DURAND Pulled Feather Pair of Art Glass Lamps
A pair of art glass lamps fabricated with a pulled feather technique by Durand Art Glass of Vineland, New Jersey. Made between 1924 and 1931, Durand is often prized by collectors for its beauty and styling. Consisting of an iridescent gold base hue, colored canes of glass have been wound around the body while still molten, creating an eclectic design on already stunning pieces of art. These lamps are mounted on brass bases that feature floral accents and have been rewired to restore their original luminance.
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BRENT KEE YOUNG (1946-) Art Glass Vase
Art glass vase by American artist Brent Kee Young (1946-) exhibits Young’s masterful skill acquired as professor emeritus at the Cleveland Institute of Art. Crafted with multiple layers of seashell and fossil patterns in green, pink and blue glass, this vase includes a mirrored light box to better represent the fetching colors that comprise this gorgeous vase. Signed and dated circa 1983.
This art vase is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.