An early glass toothpick featuring a weighted, faceted bottom. This is shaped as a flower vase with a fat base, narrowing in the center the fanning out at the top. We see a sawtooth rim which looks cut. You'll see seams on the sides where flowers have been etched.
Made by Cambridge Glass c. 1910. This is during the elegant period where items were manufactured to mimic high end cut glass.
Measuring just under 3 inches tall, we did not find a bit of damage. A real beauty that is perfect for any table setting.