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Myra Vase with Applied Handles*
Gold and mauve-pink iridescent spherical shaped vase with a purple-blue edge to the rim.
The twin applied handles have a crimped design detail where they meet the sides of the vase, arching up to join the neck just beneath the flared rim.
Made by WMF as part of their Myra-Kristall range around 1937.
In very good condition and approximately 13 cm high.