This is a small Bohemian footed art glass vase with a beaded coralene decoration. The date is the 19th century, circa 1885.
The vase is 6" high and 2 ¾" wide at the mouth.
The glass is an amber-gray color. The shape is paneled, bulging out at the bottom, and with three clear glass feet. The rim is polished flat and slightly beveled on the inside. The bottom has a smooth button pontil.
The beaded coralene decoration is one of leaves and limbs. The beading is skillfully done, with tiny beads in colors of green, blue, brown, white and silver.
There are no chips, nicks or cracks. On one side there is a scratch in the glass, horizontal across one panel that appears to be part of the glass and there since the glassmaking process. The bottom of the feet shows wear and scratches. There is a bit of tape left on the bottom of one foot.