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The first Worlds Fair to take place in the United States was the 1876 Centennial Fair in Philadelphia, PA. Commemorating the 100th year of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, more than 10 million people attended and 37 countries participated. During the fair Gillinder Glass Co built an exhibition glass factory in which visitors could observe the production of the glass souvenirs they made for the exhibition. One such souvenir was this stunning frosted glass hand vase. This vase features a dainty hand holding a bouquet of wheat. "Centennial 1876" is molded onto the cuff of the hand. Examples of these vases can be found in the National Museum of American History and The Museum of American Glass. This vase is smaller than many of the other Victorian hand vases we've seen standing only 7" tall, a perfect size for tucking on your bookshelf or displaying in your curio cabinet displaying your most treasured dried flowers.
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