Westmoreland Line #1000, Thousand Eye Six-Point Rose Bowl Vase #TE-25
And, what a nice bowl it is! I have not found any damage. No chips, dings, scratches, stains, cracks, or rubs. A few very small bubbles. (one is pictured). There is normal wear on the bottom rim as can be expected.
Westmoreland began making this pattern in 1934 and it continued sporadically until around 1955. I don't believe, from what I have found in my books, that these were made in colored versions until the late 1950's, other than perhaps the stained pieces. Westmoreland was still making whole dinnerware sets of Thousand Eye in the crystal clear until at least 1955. This was made in a three part mold.
SIZE: This one is 7-1/2" across and 5-3/4" Tall. Due to the glass handler crimping and folding the molded glass, while it is still hot, the rose bowls will vary a bit in size. It is a heavyweight, weighing in at well over three pounds. The texture of the glass is smooth and silky and quite substantial.
REFERENCES: "Westmoreland Glass", Copyright 1996 by Charles West Wilson.
"Westmoreland Glass, The Popular Years 1940-1985" by Lorraine Kovar, Copyright 2004
This is a nice larger solid quality rose bowl and it will make a statement and blend well with any decor.
Thanks for looking.
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