Posted 1 year ago
After much going back and fourth, I believe "LoetzBuddies" is correct and this vase is probably from the Aurora Glass Works, 1880. So I have revised the posting once again.
Paul Raoul de Facheux D’Humy was the founder of this London based company. He specialized in glass decorating with gold and platinum.
Blown of cranberry-red glass with gold foil and incised crackle decor. There is a single ribbon of applied iridescent crystal rigaree just below the tricorner rim. Lovely polished pontil on the flat base.
Measurements: 3-3/4" long with a 2-7/8" diameter rim and the base is 2-5/8" diameters.
Read the comments below to chime in on those who shared their thoughts.
Thanks again for the advice.