Unusual 6-sided, amber glass bowl with alternating panels of a kingfisher bird. In one panel, the bird is perched in a tree with a fish held in its bill, and in the other, it is diving for the fish. The scenes alternate around the bowl, and the background is either tree and sky or water. On the base of one of the six panels is a centipede mark. I believe this may be the mark of Stuart Glass. I believe this is European glass, not American. The bowl also has a pattern molded into the base which I have shown in one of the pictures. Condition is excellent with no chips or cracks, and dimensions are as follows: height is approx. 5", top opening is 8.25" in diameter, and each of the six panels is 4 and 7/8" wide. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or other issues. The base is formed with two foot rings, stacked one atop the other. The bowl is perfect for a mountain or seaside home and its color is perfect for autumn.