A fine Art Deco glass fan vase made between 1918 - 1935 by the Beaumont Glass Company of Morgantown, West Virginia. The semi-opaque white glass was called Fer-Lux by Beaumont and commonly called "clam broth" due to its milky transparency. The polka dot accents are a well-known decorative element of this glass. This vase has a traditional oval fluted urn shape with rounded, flared opening and classical handles. Gold accents define the upper portion. The vase stands 7 5/8" tall and 6" handle-to-handle. The base diameter is 3 1/2". The vase is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks, only a bit of wear to the gilt trim on the handles as pictured.
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