A late 19th century glass basket with frilled rim. It is in pale blue over white glass with a spiral rib and an amber twisted handle. This style of item started in the late 19th century as preserve baskets, and devloped into bonbons and purely decorative pieces. They are most associated with the glass factories of Stourbridge, but this example is likely Harrach (Bohemian and around 1900), this factory taking on the Stourbridge style at the end of the 19th century..
Good order with minor wear. Some colour incosistency in the ribs from production. A streak of air bubbles trapped in the handle glass, again from production.