This type of flower container was popular during the 1940's and 50's. The Vase measures 6" wide on a 4 1/2" base. It is 5 1/2" tall with a silverplate frog. It could be used without the frog as a dish. Using the frog, flower arranging is made easier by placing stems between lattice wires. The silverplate and glass vase was manufactured in England. It is marked "Grenadier, England" on the upper base rim. The frog and base are decorated with detailed boarders depicting ornate leaves and scrolls. The glass is a diamond pattern with a sunburst cut in the bottom. The base is a weighted pedestal shape with a lovely embossed ring.
It is in very good condition. No damage or wear. It would be beautiful filled with roses or any flowers you may choose. Or without the lid frog, a fancy candy dish.