Westmoreland glass was made by the Westmoreland Glass Company of Grapeville, Pennsylvania, from 1890 to 1984. They made clear and colored glass of many varieties, including milk glass, pressed glass, and slag glass.
This colorful opalescent Vaseline rose bowl, circa 1930-1940, is the 'Beaded Panel' design. The globe-shaped bowl is divided into sixteen panels separated by a vertical row of delicate beads The top of each panel is tinged with white opalescent glass. The bowl is supported by four arched beaded supports which rest on a round base. The piece measures 5 3/8" in height, 2 3/4" across the top and 3 1/4" across the base. It is not marked with the Westmoreland logo as most of the later production items were. There are no cracks, chips or repairs.