This antique early 20th century Frederick Carder era art glass vase was made by highly regarded Steuben Glass of Corning, New York. The transparent vase has a distinctive shape and has been made in the form of an open fan with optic ribs. The piece is finished in Steuben's striking Pomona Green color.
The vase is in very good antique condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. As an antique, the piece shows appropriate signs of age consisting of some scratching to the foot which is mentioned for accuracy. The vase stands 8.5" tall from the surface on which it is displayed to the uppermost part of the rim. The body of the piece is 6.125" across at its widest point and is 1.125" deep. The round pedestal foot has a polished pontil and is 3.625" in diameter. The underside bears the Steuben acid etched Fleur-de-lis signature used from 1903 to 1933, best seen in photo 10. The vase weighs in at 13oz.
This Steuben fan vase displays beautifully and would be a wonderful addition to a collection of antique art glass vases, or works equally well as a stand alone decorative accent. An elegant antique find!
Antique Steuben Art Glass Pomona Green Fan Vase with Optic Ribs Shape 6287