This is a large Bohemian Czech art glass vase, circa 1930. The maker is unknown. There are light glares in the photos.
The vase is 16 ¾” high and 6 ¾” wide at the belly.
The outside layer of glass is clear.
The base color of the vase is amber or dark amber with mottled streaks of a darker brown glass, along with metallic flakes that look like copper, or the color of copper. The vase would look spectacular if one is looking for a more autumn color decorative vase, or one with a more masculine appeal.
The rim is round with a slight round bevel on the inside. There are a few areas of slight roughness due to air bubble bumps or pinpricks too tiny to see.
The bottom underside has a round indented and polished pontil, with one tiny area that chipped during the glassmaking process and was smoothed over and is part of the pontil.
There are a few small bumps on the side of the glass due to air bubbles and the glass making process.
There are no chips, cracks or nicks.