Posted 3 years ago
This Victorian era vase has swirling stripes in pink & pale yellow green with a thin white stripe in between. There is a very weak UV response from the yellow green stripes suggesting a small uranium content. The crimped top is pulled down to the sides of the vase in a fan like form, & the vase also has a clear applied footed base. It measures 14 cm tall, 12 cm wide across the top rim & 9 cm across the base. I think this vase is English in origin. I have a pink cased Peloton vase (what I think may be the English version of Peloton) with the same distinctive crimped fan top, & I also recall seeing a pulled loop pattern vase with the same top in the Glass Gallery at the V&A museum in a display of British made glass.