A fine early 20th century spiral ribbed cologne with threaded, or reeded, stopper executed in French Blue, manufactured by the Steuben Glass Company in Corning, New York. This piece is shape number 3463. A line drawing of this form is shown on page 243 of 'The Glass of Frederick Carder' by Paul V. Gardner.
This lovely piece stands 5 1/4" high and measures 2 1/2" square across the base. It is in very good undamaged condition. There are no chips, cracks or regrinds and there is no staining. It is just a beautiful clear blue. As per photo, the cologne is signed on the base with an acid-etched signature.
Item ID: QS-F0422
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