This delicately etched glass bowl and under plate are made by the famous English glass makers Webb in the early 20th century. I believe it to be a finger bowl used to rinse one's hands at the dinner table after an elegant meal however it can be used to hold condiments or anything else you wish, or just to admire on a shelf. It has such a lovely pattern of flowers and vines etched on a very delicate glass. The signature is beneath the bowl. It is difficult to photograph, but can be seen in the last photograph. The under plate has a 6 and 3/4 inch diameter, while the bowl's diameter is 5 inches.
The condition of the set is excellent with no chips, cracks or scratches.