A small, antique Victorian period, cased coralene glass vase with mother-of-pearl satin finish and applied beadwork. This vase is a lovely apricot color with a striking wheat grass pattern. Coralene is a glass technique made by firing many small colored beads on the outside of glassware. It was made in in the United States and Europe in the late 19th century. Wheat and coral were popular patterns.
Attributed to Stevens & Williams (Stourbridge, England, 1819-2000)
Width 4 Height 5.5 inches
Note: minor bead loss.