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Large Early American Prescut "Star of David" Vase
Early American Prescut (EAPC)was introduced in the early 1960's by Anchor Hocking and quickly became a popular pattern. The economical glassware offered the appearance of more expensive cut glass but could be afforded by the average household. Because of the star within the pattern, it was dubbed "Star of David" by its collectors. The glassware line included pieces as elaborate as their punch bowl sets to the more simple pieces like salt & pepper shakers. The vases which can hold a bouquet of flowers were often a finishing touch on a party table. This 8 1/4" flared top vase appears to have never been used; no chips or nicks and no watermarks.
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