Check McKee and Eagle for the emerging chick egg. Those are not seen every where but still must be considered available for a modest hunt.
Air twist stems call for a skilled worker not likely to spend that work on votives. You might find something on Replacements.
Looks newer from Europe to me. What color is the stem? Aphoto showing the stem without fingers would help as would measurements.
My failing memory says Pebble somebod like McBeth Evans or Hazel Atlas or Anchor HOcking
This looks mold blown with some pieces of a different color added to the gather then manipulated to present shape. For me this is typical Mexico...
Anything you want to put in it bowl.
I have always understood "mercury"glass to be a double walled glass with silver halide in the space between the wall creating the...
This is the best paperweight site I know of...
The 11 is like a base plate number for the mold. These The base plates were often used with various molds. This piece looks likely machine blown...
That rim does not say vase to me. I agree likely had a stopper.
Not much more than60 years if any. This style was imported from eastern Europe for th gift trade. Leaving the cut decoration gray ie unpolished...
The color is a read stain and the decorating engraving. Likely the "Bohemia" aera. Very nice.
More glass is called murano than was made there. I think wishful thinking in this case
Reminds me of the Japanese/Chinese production for discount stores or florists.
Kinda looks like a Peacock to me.
Tpp ,e the base finish is not consistent with a high end maker. It could be a glass blower with his own shop possibly from the Ozarks using...
It is mold blown milk glass decorated to imitate pottery. I would try the Milk Glass or EAPGS group on FB.
New possibly Europe or China
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