The photo that you added is of the mark, which I do know.
I would also like one photo of the vase as well so that I can give you an approximate age and value.
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This is an American Verlys glass vase in the Alpine Thistle pattern. Verlys glass was first made in Rouen, France, by the Société Holophane Français, a company that started in 1920. It was made in Newark, Ohio, from 1935 to 1951. Verlys molds were leased to the A.H. Heisey company from 1955 to 1957. The American glass is signed with a diamond-point-scratched name, but the French pieces are marked with a molded signature. The designs resemble those used by Lalique. This vase was made circa 1950 in Ohio and has a current value of $250.00 to $300 retail.
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The fact that there are not any for sale at this moment in time and the fact that you don't see any on the internet does not reflect on a rare or higher value than the clear ones.
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