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Rilki's picture

Hi,

It's hard to tell what you have without a history of how you acquired it, when it was originally bought, stickers, makers marks, etc.

However, it resembles a ruby red Westmoreland glassware.

The color could also be referred to as a "sang-de-boeuf" (ox blood), but this color is usually restricted to describing chinese porcelain glazes in use by the Chinese from the 11th century, and the effect was achieved by using copper oxide as a coloring agent.

An interesting thing about your glass ware it it's shape.  Shaped and decorated like a ritual libation cup which the chinese usually carved out of a Rhino's horn, is perhaps a clue that the glass either has an Asian origin or inspiration.  Its probably a flower vase judging from it's weight.

My estimate for this glass ware is $15 (based on information available, condition and collection value).

Best of luck!

Rilki

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