5 ¾” h., colorless, window glass, bulbous body with cylindrical neck flaring outward, decorated with three large medial threads around the center, applied delicate horizontal threading around the neck, applied double handles, applied tapered foot, pontil scar; Redford Glass Works, Redford, NY, c. 1838-1855, mint condition; see American Glass by George McKearin, plate 66, no. 4 a /4 b though aquamarine. The Redford Glass Works got awards from the Franklin Institute for the production of colorless window glass. You will find the occasionally piece of tableware from Redford in clear glass. There are at least three know examples of this vase in colorless; very rare!