The antiquarian






  Unknown Glasshouse


Footed Pink, Vasa Murrhina Rose Bowl, Circa 1890s

Colors of base glass included: Clear


Click on Image below to enlarge.


Side View

Side View

Side View



 Top View

Bottom View

Bottom View

Colors:  The Base glass is a clear with white a white coating and Mica Flakes.  The top case coat is pinkish cranberry glass.  

Glass Type:  See above 

Bowl:  The Base glass appears to be a clear glass with a white coating and then a Mica Flakes applied in a frit glass technique.  The top case top coat is a pinkish cranberry glass.   

Basic shape of the rose bowl is a spherical with 12 inward pinched crimps.  It has a beautiful scalloped ribbon fold boey shape.  The crimp area appears to be fire smoothed.  The rose bowl also has a  shallow concave external ground base where pontil rod was attached.  Bowl has a convex interior, in the collar base area. 

There are sis nicely shaped pincher glass legs are attached.  

Decoration:  None except outstanding glass technique  

Dimension: 3.75 height by 4.00 wide.  Bowl opening 2.20 avg.

Glass House: Unknown

Region of Manufacture: Unknown, Likely to be English. 

Estimated Date of Manufacture:  1890s 

2015 the antiquarian, All rights and media reserved.