Circa 1930 - 1940's this rocket footed vase is similar to the New Martinsville # 4527 Janice flared vase cut but without the distinctive loops representative of the Janice pattern. The vase is a delicate pink color and the exterior of all 3 panels is covered with a floral brocade etch - very unusual. This brocade etch closely resembles the "McKee" brocade from the 1930's known as "Poinsettia" or "Palm Tree". The rim is delicately crimped on each panel & flares outward. The condition is excellent without chips, cracks or water staining. It stands 8" (H), 7-1/2" (W) at the rim and has 3 feet that flare out between each panel which give the vase a rocket look.
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