Circa 1927 this vase is part of the #2200 line and has an all over floral brocade etch. The exterior of the vase has an overall satin finish in addition to the floral etch while the inside in contrast is clear and not satinized. Both base and rim are highly polished - typical of the quality of early Consolidated. The vase is oval in shape but sculpted like a pillow. It is 6-3/4" (H), 3-1/4" (W) and 8-3/4" (L). The opening mirrors the overall shape of the vase but pulls in and flares out slightly. The base is the same but wider and shorter. The color is a deep green and the condition is excellent - no chips, cracks or staining. There is a very tiny pen head nick under the lip but it cannot be seen easily only felt. This certainly could be in the making.
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