Posted 5 years ago
This Victorian glass vase could be by the same maker as the preceding one, as the petal shaped top rim is quite distinctive.
It is quite thick & heavy despite it's delicate appearance. Made from clear glass with milky opalescent stripes, it shades to blue at the top. The applied handles have rustic thorns, & it also has a large four petalled applied flower in pale pink & white, with a pale yellow green uranium leaf trail. It measures 17 cm tall, 18 cm wide including the handles, & 6 cm across the base, which has a rough snapped pontil mark. I also believe this to be of Bohemian origin.