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Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian
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Elme Swedish Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s Vintage Retro Scandinavian

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Swedish Vintage Turquoise Glass Bud Vase 1960s 1970s.

Elegant and high quality vase in a beautiful colour.

Perfect to display a single stem from the garden.

Light turquoise glass cased with opaque white glass.

Unusual scalloped shape base.

Elme produced these cased glass vases based on the iconic 'Blomglas' shape designed by Arthur Percy for Gullaskruf.

Handmade in Sweden by Elme Glasbruk in the 1960s/70s.

24cm high and 9cm wide.

In good vintage condition. Has a chip on the rim, and some manufacturing imperfections which are shown in the photos. including the neck not being straight. The vase still displays very well and all this is factored into the price.
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Note that we have attempted to show and state the condition as accurately as possible but this is a pre-loved, vintage item and some minor signs of age and/or use are to be expected.

There may also be slight variations in the colours shown due to lighting, the camera lens and the device the image is viewed through.

Handmade items may have slight imperfections, such as air bubbles in glass, which add to their uniqueness and charm.