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GORGEOUS & ELEGANT rare Opalescent Rubina Victorian era glass epergne with 3 horns or lilies, and 2 tea lite baskets. The epergne is a combination of cranberry or pink glass, opalescent effect, clear and green glass. The center lily measures about 12.5” tall ( just the flower independent of the stand) and the smaller lilies and the baskets are about 7" tall. It appears that all of the glass florescence lime green under a black light, including the clear glass extensions and rigaree twisting around each of the flowers. All the glass pieces were hand blown or hand worked, probably from the Stourbridge region of England c. 1850-1880. Design exclusive to Stevens and Williams. This beauty absolutely glows. This epergne measures about 20 tall and 12 wide with a 12" in diameter bottom bowl. An epergne (pronounced EH'-PERN) is a table center piece that was introduced in Europe in the early 1700s. ... These dishes held sweet treats for dinner guests, or were decorated with flowers to add beauty to the dinner table or sideboard. One of the 7 inch flowers has one petal broken off and glued on and there is a crack along that same flute from the top to bottom , but it in no way detracts from the beauty of this amazing work of art. You really have to look hard to find it. I have also seen these flutes sold separately online for under 100 dollars so if desired it could be replaced. less
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Victorian Art Glass Rubina Verde Epergne

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GORGEOUS & ELEGANT rare Opalescent Rubina Victorian era glass epergne with 3 horns or lilies, and 2 tea lite baskets. The epergne is a combination of cranberry or pink glass, opalescent effect, clear and green glass. The center lily measures about 12.5” tall ( just the flower independent of the stand) and the smaller lilies and the baskets are about 7" tall. It appears that all of the glass florescence lime green under a black light, including the clear glass extensions and rigaree twisting around each of the flowers. All the glass pieces were hand blown or hand worked, probably from the Stourbridge region of England c. 1850-1880. Design exclusive to Stevens and Williams. This beauty absolutely glows. This epergne measures about 20 tall and 12 wide with a 12" in diameter bottom bowl. An epergne (pronounced EH'-PERN) is a table center piece that was introduced in Europe in the early 1700s. ... These dishes held sweet treats for dinner guests, or were decorated with flowers to add beauty to the dinner table or sideboard. One of the 7 inch flowers has one petal broken off and glued on and there is a crack along that same flute from the top to bottom , but it in no way detracts from the beauty of this amazing work of art. You really have to look hard to find it. I have also seen these flutes sold separately online for under 100 dollars so if desired it could be replaced. less

Details
Materials
Tinted Glass
Condition
With issues
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Victorian Art Glass Rubina Verde Epergne

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