The Aesthetic Movement, roughly 1860-1900, sought to enhance art for art's sake and lighten the dreariness of the early 1800s. This movement embraced beauty without regard to geographical borders, politics, and social status. This stunning tall bottle vase was made by the Thomas Webb glass factory as part of its aesthetic line of art glass. Webb designed the Moroccan or Tapestry line to reflect the motifs of the Persian tradition, applying colorful enamels to opaline glass.
This vase stands 10 3/8" tall and has a six-sided body and bottle neck. With alternating background colored stripes or ribbons of blue, pink, and yellow, each color panel is decorated with enameled curlicues and flowers - stunning. It's in excellent condition.
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