Here we have the second one of these listed. This one is smaller than the other one, with no opalescence, and is vaseline! It measures 3 3/4" high, 5/8" wide at the top, and has a 2 1/2" tree root style base, with six roots or limbs, with the center being ground, where the pontil mark is. Great condition, with only one thorn having a nick. Not other damage or flaws found. I point out the thorn with an ink pen, in one of the photos. According to my Victorian glass book, these were made by either Webb, or John Walsh Walsh, around 1890. Both makers used this style of base on their thorn vases. Unmarked, and in great condition. The top has been flame polished, and is very smooth. Great, miniature to add to a collection of this type of glass. It glows great under a black light, as you can see in the last photo!!
Item ID: 2437
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