English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!

'This stunning large cased end of the day glass bowl was produced in the Stourbridge region of England in the late 19th century. The colors are bright and the octagonal star design is further enhanced by the applied crystal pincered trail rim.

It is in Excellent Condition with just a tiny bit of rough surface glass, which was a common manufacturing foible in that era.

End of the day glass was also produced in Bohemia and the United States, but the concentric ground pontil is uncharacteristic of the blown cased item produced by New England, Hobbs Brockunier, or Northwood, and the form and coloration belies a central European heritage. The purchaser of this bowl will have a treasure of lasting beauty and value.

Circa: 1890-1900

Overall Condition: Excellent.

Condition Details: rough areas inside bowl possibly cleanable. Unmarked.

Weight: 2lb

Measurements 8.5 inches across x 3.75 inches tall.

Item ID: A3995

English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!

English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!
English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!
English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!
English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!
English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!
English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!
English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!
English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!
English Victorian End Of Day Cased Spatter Glass Bowl - Stunning!

'This stunning large cased end of the day glass bowl was produced in the Stourbridge region of England in the late 19th century. The colors are bright and the octagonal star design is further enhanced by the applied crystal pincered trail rim.

It is in Excellent Condition with just a tiny bit of rough surface glass, which was a common manufacturing foible in that era.

End of the day glass was also produced in Bohemia and the United States, but the concentric ground pontil is uncharacteristic of the blown cased item produced by New England, Hobbs Brockunier, or Northwood, and the form and coloration belies a central European heritage. The purchaser of this bowl will have a treasure of lasting beauty and value.

Circa: 1890-1900

Overall Condition: Excellent.

Condition Details: rough areas inside bowl possibly cleanable. Unmarked.

Weight: 2lb

Measurements 8.5 inches across x 3.75 inches tall.

Item ID: A3995

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