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I picked this up in a Mississippi flea market. Was intrigued by it and kept coming back to it that day. Ended up going beck next day after thinking about it all night and purchased it. Now wondering if maybe Bohemian or maybe Moser??? Any idea of value/age? Sorry did not get this info on the original link. Still trying to figure out how to use site. Thanks for any help/info!

What did the dealer who sold it tell you?

How tall is it?

How many ounces does it hold?

Pic of top (mouth) would be nice.  Also, one of the bottom.

It is 14" tall. It holds 96 ounces to where the coloured band at top meets the clear. Dealer was not there when I bought it. It was in a flea market so I paid the tagged asking price of $35. There was just something about it that I could not put my finger on, so after mulling it over, overnight, I ended up going back and purchasing it. There is a bit of color worn off on rim but overall excellent condition with no chips.

Hi Bonny, Welcome! This does not look like Moser's work. And, I don't think it's bohemian either. 

I'm guessing here, but I'd say blown glass, hand painted, either American, Victorian era, or possibly German, or the same time frame. Later in the period would be the more simple designs like this one, so ( again I'm guessing) 1880 - 1910 ish. 

If you look up at the top left of our group page, we have many good and FREE links that you can use to try and ID any of your glass. 

Also, I think that was a good  price for a very old piece of glass! 


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