A beautiful, Rosaline-to-clear glass vase with various colored jewels (there are 5 each of red, blue and green jewels just below the rim), made by Moser around 1920. Most probably, Moser made the vase for the Russian market. The vase is 9 inches (23 cm) tall and 6 3/4 inches (17 cm) wide at the shoulders. The glass is in excellent condition - no chips, cracks or repairs. Polished pontil. Though unsigned, the vase is guaranteed to have been made by Moser (refer to page 133 of Baldwin's book, 'Moser Artistic Glass edition two' for similar Moser jeweled vases). Also, the vase fluoresces a gentle green when subjected to long-wavelength black-light - so the vase's blank is of Bohemian origin.