This is an unusual piece of glass, Bohemian, from the late 19th century, circa 1890.
The glass is green with gold mica flakes embedded into the glass from the inside, which gives the inside a nubby feel to the glass. The outside of the glass is iridescent, best viewed in the photo that shows the underside of the vase. The color of the green is different too, so taking it all in, I will repeat that this is an unusual piece of glass.
The vase is 5 3/8" high and 3 ¼" wide at the belly. The rim is polished flat and the inside is slightly beveled. The pontil is round, very slightly indented and polished smooth.
There are no chips or cracks. There are two pinprick nicks on the rim that are visible under a magnifying glass.