This is a Bohemian Czech, or German, footed amber glass centerpiece bowl, dating to the first third of the 20th century, circa 1930.
The bowl is 4 ½" high and 11 ½" wide at the top.
The design of the bowl is acid etched on the underside, with the design showing through on the top of the glass. There is a stag deer with horns standing between two trees; there is another design of two turrets flying flags with a gate. The other designs are circles, scrolls and swirls, and the circles are clear glass, not amber.
The rim is smooth and slightly slanted. The foot is round and hollow inside. Where the foot meets the bowl, on the pedestal of the foot, there are symmetrical lines in the glass that are part of the glass making process.
There are a few small air bubbles in the glass. There are no chips, nicks or cracks.