This lovely and unique Rose Bowl was made by the Westmoreland Glass Company in about 1910. It is the green color, however in this particular line of bowls the glass seems silver. If you view the bowl from the top or the bottom, you can see the lovely and transparent green color. The bowl is supported by 3 feet and is about 3 and 3/4 inches tall. This rose bowl is in excellent condition and free of any problems.
The Westmoreland Glass Company was founded in 1889. Brothers George and Charles West managed the company. The primary products were pressed glass tableware lines, mustard jars, and candy containers.
In 1921, George West left the company and Charles West became president, and he changed the company's name from the Westmoreland Specialty Company to Westmoreland Glass Company. In the 1920s and 1930s, Charles West created a large decorating department and began to produce high quality hand-decorated and cut glass.
The company went out of business in 1984.
Westmoreland Glass Louisa Green Rose Bowl