Tall Crystal Vase Marked 776
This huge vase is marked but remains a mystery anyway. It's marked 776 plus what appears to be a letter. Given the difference in the look between the numbers and the letter, the letter could be a later addition. There is a slight horizontal optic on the vase, which may be a natural result of its height at about 14". The top is polished and beveled on both the inner and outer edge.
Condition is very good with no chips or cracks. However, there are some scratches on the outside.problems. Of course, all our sales are fully guaranteed.
Price: $125 plus shipping/insurance.
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