Bright coloured vintage vases, glass, from France
When looking at the photo's of these vases you might get the impression that they are rather fair sized. But looks can be deceiving. They are not. But they are very very cute.
They're from France, around 1930. And since glass is not my field of expertise (to be honest, my real expertise lies in the area of the 'Free movement of goods' in the European Aquis, '( Maastricht Treaty) (Bet you did not see that one coming, did you??) , I would be ever so grateful if somebody could tell me how the technique is called that was used to make this glass.
We have three. One is shining, the other two have a matt finish. (but that is how it was meant to be, it is not because of excessive wear)
The shining one is the largest of the three. So we called it, Size L, in the drop down menu. However, calling it large is stretching it a bit. It is 22 cm high. The base is 9 cm diameter and the opening is 11 cm diameter.
The second one is slightly smaller. So we called it "M" in the drop down menu. It is exactly 1 cm smaller than the large one. It measures 21 cm. And the diameter on the bottom is 7cm and the opening is 5 cm diameter.
And last but not least we have a genuine small one, called .... size S. It is 10 cm high, and the bottom is 5 cm diameter, the opening 7 cm. It has a small chip on the top, you can not see it, but you'll feel it when you slide your finger over the rim.