Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern

Outstanding quality! This breathtakingly beautiful EAPG bowl is a product of U.S. Glass Co. in 1906 featuring the Regal pattern. It is an astounding piece of imitation cut glass. Just look at the bowl and the pattern and it is easy to understand how it got the name "Regal." This footed pedestal bowl is 7.5 inches tall and 8.5 inches across. It is about 4 inches deep. The pedestal is domed and is about 3.5 inches across. The base is 4.5 inches across.

The pattern features a beautiful rayed sunburst, a glittering cane button, diamond pattern and multiple hobstars and sunbursts. The rim is sawtooth. The base is scalloped and the ornate pattern is carried through to the base. The heavy thick glass is very clear and brilliant. There is absolutely no discoloration.

This bowl has been black light tested and fluoresces bright green under the UV. There are no chips or cracks.

This makes a perfect centerpiece bowl for your table to hold fruit; or it is deep enough to be used for a small punch or eggnog bowl; how about a scrumptious dessert. Whatever your preference, this bowl is stunning. The Regal pattern was made in an extended table service so if you want to expand your collection of this pattern, you can most likely find additional pieces.

This is a very hefty bowl, 3.14 pounds unpacked. It will be double boxed for protection during shipment. Shipment will be via FedEx Home Ground. The weight for this item is estimated. Please wait until you receive a final invoice based on shipping costs to your zip code before paying for this item.

Item ID: PW684

Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern

Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern
Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern
Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern
Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern
Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern
Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern
Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern
Compote Fruit Pedestal Bowl 1906 Regal Pattern

Outstanding quality! This breathtakingly beautiful EAPG bowl is a product of U.S. Glass Co. in 1906 featuring the Regal pattern. It is an astounding piece of imitation cut glass. Just look at the bowl and the pattern and it is easy to understand how it got the name "Regal." This footed pedestal bowl is 7.5 inches tall and 8.5 inches across. It is about 4 inches deep. The pedestal is domed and is about 3.5 inches across. The base is 4.5 inches across.

The pattern features a beautiful rayed sunburst, a glittering cane button, diamond pattern and multiple hobstars and sunbursts. The rim is sawtooth. The base is scalloped and the ornate pattern is carried through to the base. The heavy thick glass is very clear and brilliant. There is absolutely no discoloration.

This bowl has been black light tested and fluoresces bright green under the UV. There are no chips or cracks.

This makes a perfect centerpiece bowl for your table to hold fruit; or it is deep enough to be used for a small punch or eggnog bowl; how about a scrumptious dessert. Whatever your preference, this bowl is stunning. The Regal pattern was made in an extended table service so if you want to expand your collection of this pattern, you can most likely find additional pieces.

This is a very hefty bowl, 3.14 pounds unpacked. It will be double boxed for protection during shipment. Shipment will be via FedEx Home Ground. The weight for this item is estimated. Please wait until you receive a final invoice based on shipping costs to your zip code before paying for this item.

Item ID: PW684

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