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Reminiscent of NYC's Chrysler Building, this vintage vase would be happy to hold a bunch of summer blooms. I love its Art Deco styling, scalloped rim and bumpy white handles.

Measuring 5.25 inches high and 3 inches in diameter, this small vase is made of white Vitrock Depression Glass with a lovely light green color fired on its exterior. Vitrock is an opaque glass made by Anchor Hocking beginning in the 1920s.

This relic is in good condition with no cracks or repairs. However, it does have two tiny chips on its rim that do not detract. They are quite small and hard to find. I tried my best to show them in the last photo.

1930s Art Deco Vitrock Depression Glass Vase with a Fired-On Jadeite Green Exterior

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: glass
  • Feedback: 776 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Connecticut, United States
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