Puce flask with sheared lip, repro?

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Hi all, I found this at a thrift today and I was hoping someone might have some input here. This is an odd looking bulbous flask that measures 7 1/2" tall and looks to be either dip mold or freeblown. The base is pontiled and gently refired but not polished and the lip appears to have a refired crack-off finish. The neck has the weird bulge to it and the only places of heavy whittle are on the flattened front and back. Anyways the color is a true puce and looks super SUPER nice but despite the base wear I have my doubts that this is super old. Anyone have any idea?
 

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