Three Colored Hand Blown Glass Fishing Floats Net Hanging Decorative Arrangement
Origin: Purchased at an estate sale in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The floats were most likely made in Japan.
Size: The entire piece when hung would be ~18 1/2" long. The large blue ball is ~3 3/4" in diameter, with the midsized green ball being ~2 3/4" in diameter and the smallest brown/amber ball being ~2 1/4" in diameter. The entire piece weighs slightly over one pound.
Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: A nice blown glass fishing floats combined into a nice decorative arrangement with beautiful colors, which would make a great addition to your collection or can be used to decorate your house at the shore.
Condition: The floats are in very good condition with no breaks or cracks. They all display large pontil and trapped air bubbles within the glass of the walls indicating that they are hand blown. The netting as well as the cork separators are all in very good condition to with no breaks or losses. The glass balls are clear with nice blue, green, and amber coloring. We have taken many photos in an attempt to show the real colors and condition of the piece. Please view photos for additional condition information.
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