Posted 6 years ago
Vase is blown of cased glass with white opal and chartreuse coloured glass. The exterior has a colourless layer with pinched thorns through out. Quatrefoil shaped rim has a ribbon of applied colourless glass along the edge, and there is an applied colourless flower prunt on the bottom of the vase. Mirror is oval shaped with a boarder of beveled oval cut notches and the mirror is attached to a metal frame for hanging.
Maker and origin, unknown. I tend to believe the glass vase is Bohemian, and the set was produced from 1890-1910.
Mirror is 7" long and 4-1/2" wide.
Vase is 3-3/8" tall with a 2-1/8"diameter rim.
Wish I could cover a wall with these hanging ivy ball vases! Would you?! :)