This American brilliant period cut glass bowl is triangular with squared off points. The long sides measure approx. 7" with the squared off points of the triangle measuring another 1 ½". It stands 2 ¾" high. It is heavy at 2 pounds and the glass is approx. 3/8" thick.
I believe this is a McKee pattern called Stars and Stripes made c. 1898.
My photos do not do justice to this spectacular glass bowl. It sparkles and shines with any light. This is an unusual shape and my research has not found another like it.
Condition: the rim does have multiple small shards off which testify to its age and use, but no gross chips. The bottom has some patina of wear on some of its edges. Both, barely discernable. They are very hard to see in ordinary light, but I have photographed them in close-up.
Item ID: BB415
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