There's been some debate about this beautiful bottle, or vase. Just which is it? I have seen many Victorian vases with necks that are narrow and straight, but very few with the distinct bottle shaped body and bottle flair at the top. We believe this is a beautiful example of a back bar bottle, or a barber bottle. It made in a cased peachblow glass treatment, and is extremely skillfully made. The color is absolutely incredible. I think it will find a happy home with either a bottle collector or used as an unusual vase. In any case, it is an exquisite example of fancy Victorian Glass. It measures almost nine inches tall. It has a fire polished pontil on the bottom and has also been ground around the rim to sit evenly. It is free of damage, but please be aware that it has a few imperfections in the making, such as bubbles, tool marks, a spot of ash, etc. It would be suspect if it did not. These are shown in the pictures. Excellent!