L. E. Smith Glass Company Lilac Swung Vases
The first of our three vases is No. 1901, 15 ½” high. The same form is used for the second vase, with a pulled handle, and also with an indentation inside so that it could be used to hold a very tall taper candle. It was listed as No. 1902 and is 16” high. (Note that because these vases are swung, there can be a wide variation in their heights.)
The tallest of our Lilac vases is No. 0703 and stands 26 ½” high.
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