Waterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage GiftwareWaterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage GiftwareWaterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage GiftwareWaterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage GiftwareWaterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage GiftwareWaterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage GiftwareWaterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage GiftwareWaterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage GiftwareWaterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage Giftware

This exquisite, large piece of Irish cut crystal was produced by Waterford and is one of their un-named giftware statement centerpiece bowls. This piece is a large centerpiece or fruit bowl which is decorated with an all over cross cut pattern, accented with elongated rounded panels and thumbprint circles. Though it's not a named piece by Waterford I have seen it associated with their Alana pattern as it makes an excellent accompaniment to that design.

This piece measures 12" in diameter and has a gracefully curved shape which undulates from a narrower base, flaring out to the wide rim. It measures 4 1/4" in height.

In very good condition it has no chips, nicks or cracks and only the barest light signs that it is not a brand new piece. It is signed with the Waterford acid etched mark around the base. It would make a gorgeous addition to your home for the holiday season and beyond.

Item ID: EK015007

Waterford Cut Crystal Centerpiece Bowl Irish Art Glass 12 inch Vintage Giftware

$170 USD

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