Pink threaded cornucopia vase sits on a round mirror with a cut thumbprint edge. The vase stands about 7" high and is in excellent condition with no issues. The mirror is also in very fine condition with a few very slight signs of age. Richardson displayed items of this size on this exact mirror base at the Paris Glass Exposition of 1878.
The threading was done by a machine invented in 1876 by Hodgetts, Richardson and Son.
Please see "British Glass 1800-1914" By Charles Hajdamach published by the Antique Collectors Club LTD 1991