An antique covered berry bowl with an intricate pattern of dots and kite pattern points. We see large tear drops along the base of the bowl. The pattern repeats itself on the lid. This is clear glass with just a bit of coloring from age.
This pattern was first made by Cooperative Flint and is called Lacy Dewdrop AKA Beaded Jewel. Other manufacturers used Cooperative Flint's molds later on to recreate this particular pattern in other colors. This piece is original to Cooperative Flint and dates to c. 1902
The base measures 7 1/4 inches at the top opening and the overall height with the lid is 6 1/2 inches tall to the top of the finial. This looks like a butter dish but is larger in size. We see a few nips off of the scalloped rim of the bowl which we have pictured.
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