I just love the idea behind the Bohemian Art Glass Bride's Bank/Rose Bowl. As history tells the story, the bowls were first used at wedding receptions. The bowl was placed on a table; each bowl had a domed shaped flower frog top with slots, allowing guests to drop coins and stuff bills through the slotted top, hence the term, Bride's Bank. It was a very nice gift idea. The bowl measures 6 inches high by 7 inches in diameter with an applied double-looped flower frog top; there are 9 large slots and 9 smaller slots within each loop. The bottom has a diamond pattern; there is a smooth Pontil on the bottom. Afterwards, the Bride's Bank was used as a vase for Roses and other blooms. The bowl is clean and in good condition; ca. early 1900's. Sales tax must be collected for buyers living in or picking up in New York State. Local tax rate applies.