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Shell & Seaweed - Type 1-L, Circa 1885 - 1898 est. Manufacturer Researching.  Type 1-L, small crimp opening, large rose bowl see research project P#1.   

Colors: Pink

Collection of:  The Antiquarian Collection

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Color of Bowl: White interior and Pink exterior.  

Glass Type:  Case Glass with embossed or blow out pattern. 

Bowl The Spherical shape bowl has an embossed or blown-out, shell pattern which reoccur five times on the circumference of the bowl.  A seaweed structure appears between each juncture of the shells.  The bowl has 8 inward crimps on rim, with a flat to semi concaved bottom with ground pontil and convex interior of bowl.    

Decoration:  These rose bowls go from plain undercoated to elaborately and beautifully enamel decorated Rose Bowls.  Decorating motif usually consists of flowers vines and leaves.  The Victorian Fleur De Lis pattern is also used.  Less often found with the use of enameled ribbons and metalized enamels.  

Dimension: Nominal 5.0 height by 5.25 wide.  Bowl opening 2.0.

Glass House: Researching

Region of Manufacture: USA, Researching

Estimated Date of Manufacture:  1885 - 1898 est. Researching

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