Viking Art Glass Amber Epic Stockholm Spiked Bowl 6.5" 5 Petal Design Amber Lotus Blossom Decorative Bowl Vintage MCM Mid Century Home Decor


An awesome mid century modern design from Viking Art Glass, this is the Epic Spiked Stockholm Amber Glass bowl. Featuring a 5 Petal Lotus Flower shape, this amber glass decorative bowl has textured surface on the outside of the bowl and the inside surface is smooth and glossy. It feels quite substantial, the quality of the glass apparent when you hold this beautiful vintage art glass in hand. It would look fantastic on full display on a coffee table or dresser, or in a room where it can catch the light and you can enjoy its warm glow. Measures 6.25 inches width by 3.75 inches in height.

Condition: It is in excellent vintage condition, no wear on this piece, not even on the bottom of the bowl where it would rest on the table. Some minor imperfections which are characteristic of the age of this piece (a couple of air bubbles.) Please refer to the pictures as they are a part of the description. If you have any concerns about the condition or you require more detail I can provide additional photographs on request.

Please note that all sales on vintage/antique items are final. There are no cancellations once your shipment has been received by the post office and there are no returns or exchanges. If you have any questions prior to shipping please reach out and I would be happy to help. When purchasing multiple items from CrystallineEraVTG, I will combine shipping and refund the difference once the shipping label has been purchased.

More info on Viking Glass:

"Viking Glass grew out of its predecessor, New Martinsville Glass Company, which was established in 1900 by Mark Johnson and George Matheny. The plant was up and running in 1901 in New Martinsville, West Virginia, known for its natural gas and access to transportation by rail and by river – the Ohio river. The company quickly became known as a manufacturer of American decorative glass products, and for its use of color – something Viking championed until it closed its doors in 1984.

New Martinsville Glass had a bit of a rocky start. In 1907, the factory was destroyed by fire and flood, but rebuilt and reopened by October that same year. During the 1913 flood, the Company suffered some “minor losses relative to the manufacturing of glass” (Paint, Oil, and Chemical Review, vol. 55, circa 1913). Then, with the rebuilding of its glass factory, New Martinsville Glass moved into full-scale production of pressed glassware, and then quickly expanded into vanities, barware, lamps, inkwells, and crystal figurines, among other decorative glass objects.
The New Martinsville Glass Co. went bankrupt during the depression in the late 1930s, but given its location being close to the resources needed to create quality glass, investors with the Silver Glass Company of Meriden, Connecticut purchased the company in 1938.

Mid-Century, Here Comes Viking!
Around 1940, the company redirected to concentrate on modernization and hand-made quality glassware which the company called “Swedish Type”. The new style was popular for many years and was produced by nearly all glass makers in the world. Today the decorative style is called Swedish Modern.

The factory was renamed Viking Glass Co. to reflect the modern attitude in the early 1940’s. Viking produced modern, colorful, hand-made glass for every function and was successful for the next 40 years. Although Viking produced very little crackle glass overall, the Viking crackle fairy light was a real gem and scarcely seen today. In 1986 the company’s name was changed to Dalzell-Viking (due to the popular Scandinavian glass that was encroaching on the market), with crystal glass dominating its production during the war years. The Company launched a full-scale ad campaign promoting its patriotism with ads that boasted “Handmade in America” and “For use in American Homes.”

Viking did not copy its competition’s styles as readily as the others did, and Viking products are usually easily recognizable. The popular “Epic” line began production in the early 1960’s and featured modern shapes and designs including giant floor vases with the hand-pulled tips that are highly sought after today.

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Care instructions

Most vintage and antique glassware should be hand washed only and not in the dishwasher; especially any pieces with graphics or colourful patterns, for example Pyrex, Fire King, Glasbake, Corelle, drinkware, etc. Dishwashers can dull the finish on these unique pieces and cause premature wear to the surface and patterns or cause what is known as DWD or Dishwasher Damage which is irreversible. It's always better to be safe and wash by hand if you can.

Add some dish washing liquid into a sink or basin and add warm water. Placing a towel underneath can help to avoid breakage. It is best to use a damp cloth for any pieces with hand-painted decorations to preserve the art as even regular hand-washing can degrade these over time.

Does your store offer local pick-ups?

Absolutely! If you would like to coordinate a local pick-up in Durham Region you may either purchase the items and send a note after the fact to request a pick-up and we will then refund your shipping costs; or you can send a message prior to the order to request the local pick-up and we can remove the shipping costs on the items you wish to purchase. Ordering the items immediately will guarantee availability; this is the ideal method to ensure your selection(s) are not purchased by someone else in the interim, in case we do not respond to your inquiry soon enough (we will respond within 24 hours; however, we may not be available at the exact moment of your message)

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