Black Depression Glass Double Handled Footed Vase w/ Silver Flower & Trim by LE Smith Co - Trophy Shape Round Base - Vintage Home Decor


Bold and beautiful, black depression era double handled glass vase in the Mount Pleasant pattern made by the LE Smith Glass Company.

Mount Pleasant black amethyst glass was produced from about 1920 to 1934. It is called this name because as light shines through it, it appears to be purple. This gave it the name of black amethyst glass.

Measures 8”tall 6 1/2” across including handles.

The vase has a trophy shape with two handles (one on each side) and a round, footed bottom. There are silver flowers on the front and the base is trimmed with a silver line all around it.

In nice antique condition with no cracks or chips. Some light use marks here or there. There silver flowers and trim line at the base still look very nice - not much wear to them considering their age. Gorgeous piece.

Shiny and vibrant vase - would make a great addition to a shelf, table centerpiece or window sill.


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