the height of the overall vase is 13.5 inches tall circumference at top 18 inches circumference at the bottom is 4 inches opening at top 6 inches across narrowing down 9.5 inches to a small visible point the base is 5 inches across (circular) he thickness of the glass appears to be .5 inches at opening and base. Heavily cut and ornate "depth" of vase to hold flowers is 10 inches tapers down to base base 5.5 inches
My father acquired it from my great Aunt Charolette and it is roughly 100(+) years. It was given to my father when I was a very little girl, I am now almost 58. Per my Aunt, she had owned it her entire adult married life and she was married 52 yrs, She and my Uncle were big antique dealers in upstate New York. It was given to me years ago from my parents because of my love of flowers.
Good morning, Jennifer,
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Brilliant cut glass or crystal pieces have seen stronger markets in other years. I have used the following recent auction sales in researching a current fair-market value for your vase:
Based on the photographs and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
An American brilliant cut glass trumpet vase
late 19th or early 20th century
13 1/2 inches high
PROVENANCE: Great Aunt Charolette (NYS antique dealer), thence to father of client, thence to client
$ 150-250 (represents a fair market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary)
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