This old glass vase was made by the Steuben Glass Co. of Corning New York during the Frederick Carder era of 1915-1932. The bowl is a vivid yellow color that, I believe, is called Bristol Yellow. The base seems a shade different with a bit more amber but I don’t know that it would qualify for the Steuben Topaz. It may just be the Bristol yellow appearing a shade darker due to the thickness of the glass. The fan is decorated with a wheel etched design of flowers and swagged leaves and an undulating design across the top. The design is on both sides. The bottom of the base has a polished, inverted pontil with the Steuben signature.
It measures about 8 ½” high and almost 6 7/8” across at the top of the fan by 1 1/16” thick. The base measures about 3 11/16” in diameter. It is in good condition with minor wear and no chips or cracks. There is a bubble in the glass which I have shown in the photos. The bottom of the base shows average scuff wear.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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