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Need help identifying what this is. It's about a 4-1/2" tall dainty crystal glass, sniffer, vase, or ? It's looks like a little cornucopia standing up on a base.
Hi Charlotte, I'm afraid it's nearly impossible to know WHO made your pretty little vase.
Also, when you share your glass, PLEASE, Please try and take your photo's in good lighting, with a white or gray background, (any sheet or towel will do). And do include a photo of the base. It matters not if it's is marked or otherwise ( this goes for pottery to). It is very important for folks wanting to help to see, and see well. ;)
That all being said ( Rant over, lol), do I see controlled bubbles in your base? If so that may be what is called a "paperweight vase" and if it's older, it is likely from Italy.
Good guess. "Cornucopia", "Powder Horn", "Pilsner" are virtually the same design, footed, for a beer drinking glass. Many different companies produce them. Here's three similar: https://www.google.com/search?q=footed+cornucopia+glass+beer+tumble...: Value is $10-12.00 USD.