Fenton introduced gold crest vases in 1943 and continued production only until 1945. Although the color was briefly revived in 1963-64, the difference between the two decades is that the original production was an old milk glass formula known as "skim milk" due to its translucence; after 1955, the formula was changed to a solid, shiny white. This vase is the 1940's skim milk production.
The vase is 8" tall and has a ruffled and crimped rim. The only flaw we can find is a tiny bit of ash attached to the crest, which was done in production. It's barely noticeable in person. Please see close-up photo.
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