Etched & Cut Crystal Footed Rose Bowl Vase - image 1 of 8

Cut glass" is glass that has been decorated entirely by hand by use of rotating wheels. Cuts are made in an otherwise completely smooth surface of the glass by artisans holding and moving the piece against various sized metal or stone wheels, to produce a predetermined pleasing pattern. Cutting may be combined with other decorative techniques, but "cut glass" usually refers to a glass object that has been decorated entirely by cutting.

The Brilliant Cut Glass era i American extended from 1876 -1917. First introduced by eight enterprising American companies at the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.

This gorgeous footed rose bowl vase, circa 1920, is a combination of brilliant and etched styles. The body of the vase is divided into sections by six vertical columns of cut buttons with cross-hatching and six panels with spoon cut leaves and etched daisy blossoms. The base has an ornate cut six point star. The piece rests on the legs. The vase measures 7 1/2" in height, 8" across the widest portion and 6" across the top opening and 3/16" in thickness. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; some cloudiness in the extreme bottom from use as a vase. Unsigned as to maker.

Crystal Glass, Cut Glass
United States • American
Bowls, Vases, Urns

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Etched & Cut Crystal Footed Rose Bowl Vase


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