Q: I have a pair of vases that have been in my family for at least 100 years. We took them to Corning Glass in New York for advice and they thought they were not made in the United States. We have never been able to get any information on them and are hoping you can help. They are about 11 inches tall. The glass is a cloudy pink with a bouquet of painted flowers on the front and a small sprig on the back. “16” is written on the bottom. Are they valuable?
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