Bristol glass is a mold-blown, semi-opaque glass manufactured throughout Europe and exported to our shores during the Victorian era. It is usually pink, blue, white, beige or clams-broth in either a glossy or acid-finish and decorated with various motifs popular during the period of 1880-1915.
This beautiful, gracefully contoured light beige bristol glossy vase is decorated on the front with a large branch of deep dusty rose/white spring blossoms nestled among dark green leaves on deep brown stems. The background is a subdued yellow/green with some darker yellow highlights. Sitting among the flowers is a robin detailed with gold. The raised base is a rusty brown shade. The vase measures 10" in height, 2 5/8" across the base, 3 3/4" across the widest portion and 2 1/2" across the top opening. Maker is unknown, probably English origin. There are no cracks, chips, repairs or enamel wear; some minor roughness on the top edge which I think happened during manufacturing.
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