One of the finest pieces made by Cambridge glass, this is the large ram's head bowl in the Doric pattern. This form is actually an exact copy of the serving bowl in the Edme pattern by Wedgwood. Glass companies copying pieces from potteries or other glass companies was pretty common in this era, when enforcement of copyright (especially international copyright) was lax.
This example is in Azurite, Cambridge's opaque blue color, which was produced from 1921 to about 1929.
It's 8.25" in diameter, 10 across the ram-form handles and 5.25" tall.
Condition: hairline through bottom of the bowl, some metallic inclusions to the exterior in the narrowest part of the foot, and a small (less than 0.125") chip to the collar between the foot and bowl.
Item ID: 3722
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