This listing is for a lovely antique Steuben Carder Era gold Aurene finger bowl with matching under plate/tray, style #2889, c. 1920's. The glass has intense iridescent gold coloration with rose, purple and blue highlights on both the interior and exterior of the bowl. The bowl has a ribbed body and a softly scalloped upper rim. The plate has a slightly scalloped edge and intense green and amethyst coloration in the center and on bottom of plate. This glass was created by Frederick Carder for Steuben Glass in Corning, N.Y. in the early 1900's. Both pieces are marked "Aurene, 2889".
Dimensions: Bowl measures 2 1/2" high and 4 7/8" in diameter. Weighs 6.7 ounces. Plate measures 1" high and 6 1/2" in diameter. Weighs 7.3 ounces. Combined weight is 13.10 ounces.
Condition: This bowl has exceptional color and is in very good to excellent Estate condition with no flaws and reflecting only minimal signs of normal wear. There is one tiny no-harm pin-point popped bubble inside the bowl that appears to have happened during production. The matching under plate has some crackle lines in the iridescence, however, these are not flaws or cracks. There is also a tiny no-harm sand speck in the glaze on the shoulder of the plate where is begins to narrow at the bottom.
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