Modest shelf wear to bottom of vaes. Handel Lamps were best known for their reverse painted lamps, but also manufactures other things including glassware.
Among the glassware they produced were the Teroma items, that were decorated with fired on enamel decorations. Landscape scenes on what was referred to as "chipped ice" glass vases were very popular. Cameo, or acid cut pieces were not the norm because they required more time, attention to detail and a skillset that most of the Handel artists didn't have. Albert Parlow, who was the head of the decorating department, and one of the original founding members of Handel Lamps, was one of the Handel employees who possessed those qualities.
The vase is just under 10 tall. It is cameo, or acid cut, with stylized flowers, and palms, on an acid frosted ground with citrine yellow raised decoration.
The lip is slightly everted, rounded and fire polished as are the flowers and palm fronds. The inside of the glass is also given a treatment of acid wash to create a frosted cascading and chipped ice pattern. He was one of only a handful of Handel artist permitted to sign their full surname on pieces. These artists were generally consider the A list of artist.
While this vase is without he Handel Lamp's stamp on the bottom. I unconditionally guarantee it's authenticity and manufacture, i.
In the book "Art Glass Nouvea" by Revi, on page 272 (see final image) are examples of some of these cameo art glass pieces. Those pictured bear the Handel stamp. DIMENSIONS: Just under 10" tall, and 5 3/4" in diameter. All items I sell are pre-owned.
The item "Rare Handel Cameo Acid Etched Art Glass Vase Handel Lamp Artist Signed Parlow" is in sale since Thursday, March 17, 2016. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\North American\Other North American Art Glass". The seller is "pinkponyantiquesllc" and is located in The Pink Pony Stable. This item can be shipped worldwide.