This is a small English art glass vase, circa 1885.
The vase is 6 ¼” high and the mouth is 4” by 3 ¾”.
The shape of the vase is unusual and the glass is unusual. There is a round foot, next a knob, next a slight really low bulging belly, a long neck and ending in a crimped mouth.
The foot and knob are a pale clear green glass. The knob and body have swirling ribs. The edge of the mouth is tightly crimped then three deep crimps. The body of the vase starts out as pale green then turns to white opalescent at the top of the neck and goes to cranberry at the top and mouth.
There are no nicks, chips or cracks. There are small air bubbles. The bottom has a slight bulge where the knob is and it makes the vase stand slightly wobbly.
English Unusual Art Glass Vase Green-to-Opalescent-to-Cranberry Crimped Mouth 6” c 1885