Posted 3 years ago
I'm not certain as to whether this is British, Czech, or American in origin, but when I spotted it at a charity thrift shop with a $3 price tag on it, I scooped it up. I suspect by the style that it could be potentially late Victorian or certainly Pre WWII. The glass in unmarked, and stands about 8" tall. An inner layer of ribbed white glass has been cased over with a satin finished yellow glass, and the bottom third of the vessel has been blown to a bulbous shape. There is no pontil mark visible on the base, and the top has been cut and ground smooth. I thought I would post it and see if my glass pals would like to have some fun speculating as to the era and possible makers. Right now, I would hazaed a guess of being British and Edwardian - but I am by no means an expert.