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I found this clear glass hobnail fan vase. It is 8" tall & 10" wide across the top. When I tried to research it, I found everything from Fenton to American Brilliant Period & also that it was from the 20's - 30's.  To me, it doesn't look like Fenton, but I am certainly no expert. I would appreciate anyones input on what they think.

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Hi Charlotte, I'm afraid this is a reproduction of some kind. The "hobs" on this piece is nothing like any of the above companies and types you had mentioned. If you compare closely you will see what I mean. Also, the shape is wrong. None of the Vintage/Antique "Fan Vase" shapes match yours. 

It appears to be made for the floral trade perhaps? In other words, modern. Something floral shops use to send bouquets and etc. Even the foot isn't quite the same as the older ones. Did you check the base for any markings/Numbers? If you have any, it might help to discover who sells them at least?

Sorry I don't have better news for you. Thanks for sharing though!

Thank you for the info, Vicki!!

Charlotte

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