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These little hobnail milk glass vases made by Fenton are an adorable way to arrange mini bouquets and form a perfect instant collection. Two different shapes give your collection a jump start! One of these works nicely on a tea tray or in the bathroom, wherever you need a few fresh flowers to perk things up.

The two trumpet vases are just about 4 inches high and the smallest is about 3 1/4 inches high. One trumpet vase has the molded Fenton mark, circa 1975; the other two are unmarked, circa 1960.

Overall condition is very good, with no chips, cracks or repairs. Some minor variations in the color and molding of the glass

The last image shows these vases with another milk glass piece in my shop for scale.

For other milk glass in my shop, please click here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/BarkingSandsVintage?section_id=7329999

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Electrical components are not guaranteed. You should always have vintage items checked out with an electrician before using them.