I kinda like this. It was mold blown at least the bottom was. Can we see a photo of the area where the top ball and the bottom one come together....
I also do not see a siggy
Stem is not close enough to support that ID. Shape is a factor in ring some do very nicely without any lead.
Assuming they are glass they look like fruit cups. I would think studio glass mold blown cased color over white with pattern in the mold. They are...
How about photos of the back and bottom.
These dresser/mantel vases came in pairs. The mary gregory style intended to have the boy and girl facing each other. To me these loo Bohemian....
Looks like a "barber" with new stoppers. The bottles may also be new. That was my initial reaction. These were hot collectibles a few years back.
I am going to suggest German - the face looks like the "devil" wrong name but same idea. Try here https://www.glas-musterbuch.de/...
cmeforlefton would know if he pops in
These colored borders were available on a tape that was applied to the rim, and fired on . With painted color this is most likely the case .
Just a pontile mark. i agree on the time frame. Thinking a good grade of florist vase.
It might have had a flame bulb to simulate a kerosene lamp.
Remember the glass maker may not have done the engraving.
I agree 1960-70s electric "dresser" lamp. Faux colonial styling.
Unfortunately these simple gray cutting were done by mny decorating shops.
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