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    1920s Vaseline Glass Trophy Vase

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    1920s Vaseline Glass Trophy Vase 1920s Vaseline Glass Trophy Vase 1920s Vaseline Glass Trophy Vase 1920s Vaseline Glass Trophy Vase 1920s Vaseline Glass Trophy Vase
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    As described by Gladys Glover

    Vaseline glass trophy-shaped vase made by Fostoria Glass Company in West Virginia in 1926 during the international Egyptian craze. Called the Tut Vase. The Canary color is the most difficult color to find in Fostoria glass.

    About the Seller

    Gladys Glover
    Gladys Glover

    For 20 years Gladys Glover specializes in quirky and elegant vintage lighting and related paraphernalia. To find wonderful lamps for her choosy clients, she searches far and wide in America's 'Great Endless Attic' -- otherwise known as the Heartland. She also lamp-hunts, often in Britain, mostly because she loves to visit there. Her interests are medieval history, Hollywood's 1930-40s screwball comedies, good books, and yes, truly, fascinating vintage lamps.

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    Product Information

    Country of Origin:
    USA
    Materials:
    glass
    Size:
    5.25" L x 3" W x 8.5" H
    Color/Finish:
    canary chartreuse