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Morgantown #7643 Golf Ball Stiegel Green Vase / Urn with Crystal Foot

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Company Maker: Morgantown -
Pattern: Golf Ball -
Shape/Blank: Golf Ball -
Item: Urn / Vase -
Circa: 1931 - 1939 -
Color: Stiegel Green -

Description / About: #7643 Stiegel Green Vase / Urn with Crystal Foot - 6 5/8" H. - 3/34" W.
Condition: This beautiful Deco Stiegel Green Urn is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks or mold damage. The color is beautiful. The shape is just awesome.

Morgantown #7643 Golf Ball Stiegel Green Vase / Urn with Crystal Foot

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   Morgantown #7643 Stiegel Green Vase / Urn with Crystal Foot 

Morgantown Golf Ball Stiegel Green UrnMorgantown Golf Ball Stiegel Green Urn TopCompany Maker: Morgantown
Pattern:
Golf Ball
Shape/Blank:
Golf Ball 
Item: Urn / Vase
Circa: 1931 - 1939
Color: Stiegel Green
Description / About:  #7643 Stiegel Green Vase / Urn with Crystal Foot - 6 5/8" H. - 3/34" W.
Condition:  This beautiful Deco Stiegel Green Urn is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks or mold damage. The color is beautiful. The shape is just awesome.

US POSTAGE AND INSURANCE ON THIS PRETTY  PIECE IS CALCULATED. Morgantown Golf Ball StemPLEASE SEE THE SHIPPING TAB FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 Golf Ball Stem Line (#7643, #7678, #1212, #78, #79)  (1931 1939)- (Anna Rose, Aquamarine, Amethyst (light), Azure,Copen Blue, Crystal, Caramel, Meadow Green, Mission Gold/ Crystal Stem and Foot, Old Amethyst, Peach, Smoke, Spanish Red, Steigel Green, Ritz Blue, and Venetian). 

The Golf Ball pattern or line is made up of goblets, footed tumblers, candlesticks, covered containers, vases, rose bowls, compotes, a bell, and a sugar and creamer. The pattern gets its name from the golf ball shaped stem that adorns the pieces of this pattern.  Goblets are easily distinguished from tumblers.  Both types of stems have the large golf ball shape in their stem. Goblets have an extra plain round ball incorporated into their stem.  Tumblers have the single golf ball with a small wafer connector to the foot.   Golf Ball was one of Morgantown's most popular stemware and accessory lines and remained on the market for 8 years. This pretty stemware line was produced in at least 15 different sizes, and an array of vivid colors which probably accounts for some of its popularity.  Golf Ball stemware can also be found with wheel cuttings, or gold and silver decorations.  Today this stemware is avidly sought after by Morgantown collectors as well as collectors of fine antique dinnerware that want to add a fancy stemware to their fine dining area.


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OUR US POSTAGE AMOUNTS ARE SHOWN IN THE SHIPPING TAB WITHIN THE LISTING. WE DO OFFER COMBINED SHIPPING. AS LONG AS YOU PURCHASE YOUR MULTIPLE ITEMS FROM THE SAME LISTING AT THE SAME TIME OUR CALCULATED POSTAGE WILL REFLECT THE DISCOUNT. IF NOT PLEASE ADD ALL ITEMS TO THE CART AND WRITE US BEFORE PAYING FOR YOUR ITEM AND WE WILL SEND YOU A REVISED INVOICE. WE CANNOT SEND A REVISED INVOICE AFTER THE PAYMENT HAS BEEN MADE.

Merchandise is guaranteed as stated in the description. All items are carefully examined before listing & again before they are packed. If any errors are made in the representation, a full refund will be issued upon return of the item. Items must be returned via the same manner in which they were shipped. If you wish to ship in another manner, other than the one we have provided please get in contact with us..

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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Morgantown Glass Works
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM Golf Ball Urn / Vase
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
COLOR Stiegel Green
CIRCA 1930s

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