This is Jefferson Glass Company's Pearls and Scales, manufactured around 1905. It has eye catching emerald green color and the top hand crimped edge is nicely done with opalescence.
This lovely stemmed ivy vase is a little beauty. I can't find any damage. There is some wear around the bottom edge which is normal for a piece of this age.
It is 4-3/4" tall, about 3-1/2" across the middle, and the foot is 3-1/4" Diameter. It is from a four part mold.
This would make a nice addition to a rose bowl or ivy bowl collection. This pattern is sometimes attributed to Harry Northwood Glass.
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A WORD ABOUT GLASS: Most of the glass I sell is vintage and as such, shows characteristics of age, which may include allowable base wear, bubbles, pattern irregularities, straw marks (inclusions/cooling marks) or mold marks. Vintage glass is rarely perfect and these characteristics are normal. Old glass may also have ash, sand, or dirt specks embedded in the glass. All of these features are expected to occur in vintage glass and can also occur in contemporary glass. I will do my best to describe any chips, cracks or other damage that would impact the value of the item.
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Fabulous assortment of unused Royal Worcester: Evesham Gold serving pieces for your dining pleasure! See porcelain listings.