A stunning circa 1930 hand-blown 'Grotesque' form footed centerbowl manufactured by Steuben Glass in Corning, NY, executed in 'Ivrene', an iridized lead glass which has a lovely soft, silky iridescence. It is shape number 7563 and pictured on page 136, Fig. 5.71 of 'Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass American Classics' by Thomas Dimitroff.
The optic-ribbed bowl measures an impressive 14" wide by 9 1/4" deep by 6 7/8" high and is in very good undamaged condition. There are no chips, cracks or restorations and there is no surface scratching or wear. This particular piece has a wonderful luminescence. It is unsigned and has a ground pontil.
Truly an exceptional example of American art glass from one of the premiere early 20th century glass houses. The candlesticks pictured with this bowl are also available in our shop.
Exquisite Circa 1930 Frederick Carder Era Steuben Ivrene Footed Centerbowl