The pretty Wheel Cut Flower motif in this Deep Rose Pink Depression Era Pedestal Bowl makes an eye-catching statement. This wheel cut design features two large six-petaled flowers consisting of seven engraved circles with the center. Each flower has two stems on each side with five leaves on each lower stem and one leaf on each upper stem. The wide, rolled rim of the bowl is decorated with three round cuttings at each compass point. In a deep rose pink shade that leans toward amber, the bowl is perched on a study pedestal foot.
Shaped like a mayonnaise, but larger, this serving bowl is 5-1/4 inches high with a 2-inch stem, making the bowl itself just over 3-inches deep. It is 9-3/4 inches in diameter across the top rolled edge and has a 4-5/8 inch foot.
Made circa the 1930s, there is no mark.
There are many small surface scratches, with one noticeable on the outside near the foot at about 1-1/4 inches long. There is also a 1/4-inch brown fleck of something that appears to be inside the glass. There are also a few tiny bubbles, at least one of which is popped, but there are no chips or cracks in this lovely piece.