Antique 1890s to 1910s EAPG pressed glass scalloped rim pedestal punch bowl, seldom seen one piece construction, so no punch bowl tipping off the separate base. While somewhat harder to store due to height, it is easier to use and less worrisome. It can also be used as a huge compote, or to raise a salad on the sideboard. It measures 9.5 inches high, and a hair over 12 inches across. This piece is larger than that sounds. Maker and pattern name or number unknown to me. It is in exceptional condition for age and type, with just a tiny flake on the inside of the under rim at the base, shown last photo. Some contact marks on the outside from rubbing up against other items in storage, nothing remarkable.
Please note that this is a very large, and heavy item, and that I am located in the Northeast. Due to size, please note that the package will be oversized according to post office limits on box size, and the shipping for this item is going to be Oversize category for destinations far West or South of my Northeast location, and shipping costs, while actual cost only, will rise sharply for those destinations, though not for destinations closer in to a midpoint of the country. It can cost four times as much to ship this to California or Louisiana, than it will to ship it to Pennsylvania or New Jersey, to use examples.