Lovely little EAPG pressed glass bowl in the Garland of Roses pattern, a rare pattern according to most of the Early American Pressed Glass books. This small bowl has a small chip on the foot rim but otherwise is in good condition. Size of this little treasure is approx. 5" in diameter and 2" high. The rim, formed of the rose blooms, is slightly upturned. The sides of the bowl are encircled with rose leaves at the base of the blooms forming the rim. There may have been a lid to this bowl as there is a slight ledge inside the bowl on which a lid could have rested. This pattern is rare, however, so any piece is considered a find. The pattern was made around 1900 but at this time, the maker is unknown, according to my references.