Large substantial vase with a hexagonal flared top. Very beautiful piece and must be very hard to find! I did find a matching covered candy jar with the identical enamel floral design and gold trim that was identified as being made by Duncan and Miller. It can be seen on the Glass Etch and Pattern Gallery. Believed to be Blank #91 patented February 27, 1917. The vase has six panels with each one widening at the top to form the "flare". Running up and down the top section is a lovely enamel floral swag made of pink roses, yellow and blue forget-me-nots and green leaves.
It measures 9-3/4" tall, 6-1/8" to 6-1/4" across the top (depending where you measure) with a 4" wide circular base. It weighs 2 pounds, 11 ounces when empty.
This vase is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. In the very bright light, there are some small scattered surface scratches and only some extremely minor gold trim wear. The enamel painting is in excellent condition. This one is a beauty!