Libbey was the leading producer of brilliant cut glass in the world during its period (1878-1915). The firm was located in Toledo, Ohio and during the World's Columbian Exhibition of 1892 and the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904, the company won many prizes for exhibitions of their fine glass. The bowl we are offering is a fine example of that period. It is fully signed in the middle of the base. I am not an expert on cut glass so I do not know the name of this particular pattern, however it is fully cut all over the entire piece in a very detailed and intricate design. It measures 3 ¼ inches to the top of the tooth and 8 inches wide. It is in excellent condition showing only a very few extremely tiny flea bites on the inside of a few teeth and are very hard to see. I mention for accuracy only and in no way does this deter from the piece. This is a magnificent hand made cut glass bowl from a bygone era.
Item ID: AA-612
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