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Green-to-Clear Vase

Green-to-Clear Vase. 11 tall x 4 base diameter x 4 7/8 top diameter. Weight: 4 pounds, 9 ounces. Vertical mitres are cut around the upper and bowl part of this green-to-clear vase. Double cross-cut diamonds are cut between the mitres at the top, with parallel step-cutting and cross-hatching between the mitres below. Single cross-cut diamonds are cut at the top and bottom of the mitres on the bowl. Vertical flutes are cut around the middle. A 24 point hobstar with a rayed center is cut on the scalloped base. The previous owner referred to this cutting as Victorian lace.

 

From:  "Cooking with Class, Dining with Glass"  by the Lone Star Chapter of the American Cut Glass Association, Fig. 158.