An antique glass stretch vase in the Cut Log aka Ethol pattern. This tall, elegant vase would be perfect for gladiolas or a few long stem roses. The pattern at the bottom is well pronounced and the base is very sturdy. The rim is gently scalloped and rises ever so slightly higher on one side. We understand that each of these vases made were a bit different so no two are alike.
The vase was manufactured by the Bryce Higbee Glass Company and has their bee mark on the bottom. Date for this pattern ca. 1889.
This wonderful piece of antique glass measures a stately 15.75" tall. You will find a few bubbles and where the seams meet at the base we find two rough areas of extra glass. This could be smoothed out but since it was part of the original manufacturing process, we suggest leaving it alone. A very lovely vase perfect for glads and one we are sure you will be thrilled with.
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