Sweet example of a Thomas Webb & Sons Queens’s Burmese glass posy vase having a crimped and ruffed rim and foot and enameled with a Hawthorne decoration. Circa 1886.
Measures approximately 3.375” tall. There is a very minuscule “dent” (for lack of a better term) on the interior side of the closed ruffle. It looks to be a tool mark that occurred during formation of the crimp, but no damage or restoration. (See photo 6 at 12 o’clock) Not signed.
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