A pair of green vintage ceramic pocket horn vases that have a wide opening at the top and then taper as they go downward. They end with a curl around a cluster of leafy and round fruit shapes (grapes?) at the base. The bottoms are off-white and are unmarked.
The pair would be perfect for a small nosegay of buds or dainty flowers.
These two small green horn vases are circa 1940-1950s.
The petite table vases measure about 5” high. They are 6” long by 4 1/2” wide.
Both are in nice vintage condition with wear commensurate with vintage age. See close-ups for detail.
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