Offered is this monumental-sized New England peachblow glass lily vase, made around 1890. The vase is 17 1/2 inches tall, 7 inches wide at the top and has a base-width of 6 1/4 inches. Though New England glass company made lily vases in various sizes, it is rare to come across a New England peachblow glass vase of this large a size (this is the largest-size lily vase they made). A New England peachblow glass lily vase of this size is at display at the Chrysler Art Museum (shown on page 48 of Ray & Lee Grover's book, 'Art Glass Nouveau' - shown in last two pictures here for your convenience). The vase has beautiful peachblow coloration. Polished pontil. Except for a chip in its disc-foot and a fabrication flaw (a burst bubble, typical of large blown glass objects), the vase is in good condition (there are some scratches on the foot - see picture).