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This striking Victorian era pressed glass vase is a beautiful representation of the craftsmanship and design sensibilities of the late 19th to early 20th centuries. The vase features a distinct pressed glass technique, which has allowed for the creation of the vase's prominent, three-dimensional designs that rise elegantly from its surface, providing both visual and tactile allure.


Crafted during a time when attention to detail was paramount, the glass boasts flowing lines and a scalloped upper edge, showcasing the harmonious interplay of light and shadow. The clear glass highlights the depth and precision of the pressed patterns, a testament to the artisan's skill.


Complementing the glass is the exquisitely detailed cast iron base, which enhances the vase's stability and aesthetic appeal. The base's floral motifs are a nod to the Art Nouveau influence, indicative of the period's fascination with nature-inspired designs.


A versatile piece, this vase is not only a magnificent addition to any antique collection but also serves as a functional piece of history that can still be used to display fresh flowers. The combination of the clear, relief-patterned glass and the dark patina of the cast iron creates a stunning contrast that would draw the eye in any contemporary or period-style interior.

RESERVED FOR EVAN - Victorian Era Pressed Glass Vase with Ornate Cast Iron Base

  • Measurements

    8" H x 7.75" Diameter
    Weighs 3lbs 14oz

  • Condition

    This piece is in remarkable condition, with the glass remaining free from chips or cracks, preserving its historical integrity. The cast iron base displays a natural patina that accentuates its age and distinguished character. (refer to photos)

  • No returns or exchanges

    Buyer can contact seller about any issues with an order.

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