This beautiful piece of Elegant glassware from the 1930s era would have been produced by one of the fine American glass companies of the era such as Cambridge or Fostoria. I have not yet been able to locate the exact origin of the piece.
The bowl has a fluted pattern to the inside, with 18 panels running around the bowl. The outside has a smooth finish. The base has a snap ring which was often used by companies such as Fenton and Northwood and is often seen on Stretch glass bowls.
This piece measures 7" in diameter and 2 3/4" in height. In very good condition it has no chips, nicks or cracks at all and just a little light wear from age.
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