This is an art glass vase produced by Monart, a glass company in Scotland during the 1920s. The vase is similar in shape to an ice bucket, but it is a vase as it lacks the side handles.
The vase is 9" high and 6 3/8" wide, perfectly proportioned to hold a large bouquet of flowers and greenery on a side table.
The glass gives an appearance of being blue; however it is a clear glass with streaks of white, almost a puffy cloud or puffy cotton appearance. The top of the glass has embedded colors with a metallic sparkle, so most likely flakes of mica and copper along with another dark color.
The rim is round and smooth. The pontil on the bottom protrudes, is round and polished.
There are no chips, nicks or cracks.