This lovely little, shallow bowl was produced by Hawkes during the late American Brilliant Period, and is engraved with 5 point flowers and leaves atop triple line spoke like lattice work. The rim of the bowl has a deep cut running about 1/" below it, and vertical cut scallops to finish it off.
This piece is marked with the Hawkes trefoil mark, a cloverleaf shape with two Hawkes and a trefoil inside, and the name HAWKES in block capitals below. Though I have seen this pattern refered to as a Gravic pattern, this acid etched mark does not bear the Gravic name above it. This mark was introduced in 1902, dating this piece to the early part of the 20th century.
The bowl measures 6" in diameter and just under 1 1/2" in height. In very good condition it has no chips or cracks. There is some light wear from age and use, mainly on the outside of the piece.