This is probably a bit useless & silly, however in the past two years I have seen two of these (one amber, one green, same metal & cutting) sell at shows here in the U.S. & at decently high prices around $900 USD. DW & I were in an upscale large shop (about 125 dealers) today & I saw one sitting on a table near a showcase where two dealers were restocking. It carried a price of $950 & the description was very close to what I had seen at shows "Victorian Era Bohemian Art Glass Urn". It measured approc 10" diameter & 10" height, metal dragonfly handles on each side (great patina), glass heavy estimate 1/8" thick, deep cutting (well executed) in a floral pattern almost carved in the glass. Now this really looked like an accurate description, I mean this looks legit aged & quality is superb. DW took a couple of sneak cell photos (sorry about the quality, but thats the best she got under the circumstances) as they don't allow pics to be taken here. One gentleman picked it up to put it in the showcase & as he did the other gentleman said "wait a minute" & took something small off the side & tossed it on the floor. They locked the case & left so about a minute later I ventured back over, bent down & picked up a small crumpled up round cream & gold label with a red shield that said "Castilian, Poland". The piece is brand new...looks absolutely legit in age, great quality, but brand spanking new. Just in case anyone runs across one...might want to rethink their decision.