The Cambridge Glass Company was chartered in 1873 by a group of Cambridge, Ohio, Businessmen. It was not until 1901 that the company was finally organized with Arthur J Bennett as factory manager. The 1930's were perhaps the most prolific years of Cambridge with the development of new colors, patterns and etched designs, one being the popular Rose Point pattern.
This lovely square serving bowl is from the #3400 line with the rose point etching design, circa 1934-1958. The square base is supported by four toes or feet, from which the four sides flare out and upward. The bowl measures 12" across and 4" in height. Each side panel is ablaze with etched roses surrounding a medallion positioned near the top edge of the bowl. There are no cracks, chips or repairs.