A wedding present from the early 1960's, this serving bowl was seldom used and has spent most of its life packed in the attic. Beautifully designed with a single daisy-like flower in the center and leaves scattered around it and along the sides. During the 1950's glass designers were creating what was then termed `modern' cut glass, without the heavy and detailed etching seen in earlier pieces. This cleaner style is quite elegant and indicative of the new designs which were quite popular at that time.
Scallop-edged, it measures 11-3/4" long and 4-3/4" wide. Sides are slightly taller in the middle at 2" and just 1-1/2" on the ends. There are some very tiny nicks along the scalloped edge probably from inadequate packing and barely noticeable unless you look for them. Mentioned only for accuracy and price has been reduced accordingly.