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TS Victorian Opalescent Vaseline and Cranberry Jack in the Pupit Vase!
This is a beautiful art glass find for a Victorian glass or vaseline glass collector. This darling Jack in the Pulpit vase was produced in England around 1890 during the Victorian era. The JIP gets its name from the flower of the same name that also has this distinctive shape. The outer ruffled edge is transparent red/cranberry in color. That is followed by creamy white opalescent glass, which fades to yellow vaseline glass. The glass has great clarity. This little guy will speak to you from your shelf! This one came from our own collection and was found by us in England several years ago. There are no chips or cracks. Size is 3 1/4" wide and 7 1/2" tall.
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Return Policy: We offer a Money Back Guarantee that items are authentic, however, we do not accept frivolous returns. Condition of item: Please understand the items we sell are old, and as such, demonstrate characteristics of age, which may include scratches around the base, bubbles, pattern irregularities, straw marks or mold marks, and pontils that are not highly ground are unfinished and may have ash in them. Victorian hand blown glass was produced in dirty conditions, and sometimes may have ash or dirt specks. All of these features are expected to occur in antique glass, we will not accept a return on an item because it has these features. We will accurately describe any chips cracks or other damage that would impact the value of the piece, so you can bid accordingly. Please notify me within 3 days of receipt if you have a concern about your purchase. And most importantly, email me with any questions prior to bidding, we usually respond within hours to questions. Good luck bidding on this unique item!
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