This is a beautiful example of Pilgrim Art Glass in amberina - where the red at the top transitions down to yellow at the base. It is hand blown, but the pontil mark has been smoothed off, typical of Pilgrim Art Glass who were known for their quality pieces. Pilgrim was unmarked, except by a paper label, so it is hard to identify even by experts, thus the prices for this amazing glassware is sometimes very low, or pieces are misidentified. This long necked vase, while shaped like a pitcher, is not practical. It is designed to be decorative, though I imagine it would work as a bud vase.
Pilgrim Art Glass was owned and operated by Alfred Knobler from 1949, when he bought an old glass works in Huntington, West Virginia, until 2002 when Knobler retired, unable to find a buyer for the business. During its tenure making art glass it created many gorgeous pieces in different styles with distinctive colors.
CONDITION: Good condition with but handle is cracked at the base, please see photos. There is some slight scuffing on the frosted finish, but not terribly noticeable.
SIZE: It is 4 1/2 inches tall and about 3 1/2 inches wide.
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