rose bowl is a Stourbridge piece. It is attributed to Stevens and Williams
of Brierly Hill. The base of the rose
bowl has an applied clear glass raspberry attached over the pontil scare.
This is indicative of Stevens and Williams as well as other English
glass manufactures. The feet are a match for Stevens and Williams'
Rustic Patten Ball foot. A very similar rose bowl can be found in
Victorian Decorative Glass by Mervyn Guilliver on page 127.
However the rose bowl illustrated in Guilliver book, has been decorated
in a pseudo Mat-Su-No- Ke style and the crimp is slightly smaller.
Glass Type: Cranberry
cut to Clear.
Spherical shaped with 16 small inward crimps. The bowl has three
clear glass applied rustic ball feet in addition to a raspberry type
prunt applied over the pontil scar.
Cranberry intaglio cut to clear glass. The engraving is
reminiscent of Joseph Keller's designs.
3.25” total height, 3.00" bowl height by 3.62” width of bowl. Bowl
Stevens and Williams
Region of Manufacture:
Estimated Date of Manufacture:
Period 1880s -1890s
period cut to clear rose bowl.
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