A pretty blown glass vase in a tapered shape. The transparent glass is a vibrant teal blue which has been decorated on the front by hand with enamel flowers in bright orange and white with a little bit of gold gilding. The bouquet of flowers narrows as you go up the vase which further enhances the tapered shape of the vase. The mouth of the vase has a very shallow cup shape which shows a trace of remaining gilding along the edge. Condition is good without any chips or cracks, only some light mineral deposits in the bottom from actual uses. Measurements are 10" T X 3 1/2" W at the base tapering to 2" the mouth. There are no makers marks present so its age and origin is unknown, but base on the orange enamel used in the flowers I would say it probably dates to the first quarter of the 20th century. I have seen very similar enameling on brides baskets dating from that era.
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