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The listing, Old, white and green vase has ended.

Beautiful and unusual vase. Milky white on the outside. Medium green inside with darker green at the rim. See photos. This belonged to my grandmother. It is at least 50 years old. (There are pictures of my 10th birthday with the vase in the curio cabinet in the back ground.) Winner pays $5.00 toward shipping. I pay the rest plus tracking fee.

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Default avatar m
any chips or cracks? how tall is it? beautiful! is it marked in any way? thanks.
Sep 13th, 2012 at 8:39:05 AM PDT by
No cracks, No chips and unfortunately I don't see any markings of any kind that would tell us who made it. It is right at 6 inches tall and the top is about 5.5 inches at the widest point. The color is beneath the glass..... It's hard to explain, but it's like the is a layer of glass over the color. Hope that helps. {:0)
Sep 13th, 2012 at 7:46:19 PM PDT by
I have been trying to update the info above, but for some reason, I keep getting an error message. So here's what I have: Hope it helps.
*Been doing a research and am relatively sure that this vase is "CASED GLASS." See description below.
Cased glass is identified as a glass piece that has two or more layers of different colors. The inner or outer layers of this glass can also be clear. You can view cased glass by peering inside a piece, such as a bowl or cup, and seeing a different color. In some instances, the outer layer of cased glass can be cut away in sections to bring out the color(s) of the previous casings beneath.
Cased glass is created in a couple of ways. One method involves blowing a new color inside of a piece that has already been created. Another process entails layering different colored glasses over each other. In each technique, the multiple layers of glasses are fused and blown out together to form the cased glass.
Sep 13th, 2012 at 8:52:33 PM PDT by
There is no Hallmark on this item. When checking out the vintage glass encyclopedia I saw some that were similar. In the cased glass division, the most plentiful of cased glass, two toned, fluted vases were manufactured by Fenton Glass or Murano. I am not saying that this vase is made by either on of those companies, only that they produced similar products. Murano Glass did not have an etched hallmark, but instead had a gold sticker with their name and the product number. This does not have that.
Sep 14th, 2012 at 10:59:26 AM PDT by
Default avatar m
this color was not made by Fenton or Murano. the only cased glass vases I found in that color are Czech. Judging by the other designs and the prices set on them by dealers, this vase is probably about $10-$12 retail.
Sep 19th, 2012 at 2:31:39 AM PDT by
Default avatar m
gorgeous, isn't it? All cased glass is hand blown, so it is a quality piece. The Czech glass blowers are famous for their Christmas decorations, and though they sold for pennies in their day, they are now in the hundreds for the antique ones in good condition..
Sep 19th, 2012 at 2:37:47 AM PDT by
Thank you for that information. I have learned more about these pieces since I put them up for auction than I have found in the last 35 years..... I used to have this and other pieces out for show when I owned a nice sized home... But when I moved into this nice, but very small apartment, I had to decide which things stayed and which had to go. Besides...... I'm getting old and I don't have a single child that would appreciate most of this stuff. They'd be fighting over which ever ones would sell for the most money. I've already told them all, "I AIN'T LEAVING ANYTHING NICE TO ANY OF YOU." LOL! Thanks again for the info, I'm sure that anyone looking at this piece will appreciate any info they can get.
Sep 19th, 2012 at 2:47:58 AM PDT by
I just love the beauty!
Sep 20th, 2012 at 2:20:09 AM PDT by
LOL~ "I AIN'T LEAVING ANYTHING NICE TO ANY OF YOU." Might better hold on to at least one for each of them. As people get older they might appreciate something from their childhood.
Sep 20th, 2012 at 7:09:17 AM PDT by

Old, white and green vase is in the Antiques category