This very large roseglobe is by J. Hoare in an unknown pattern. I have seen a piece in this pattern signed in addition to the fact the pattern is extremely similar to Crosesus.
A chain of diamond shape cane cutting surrounds the top portion of the globe and is divided by triangular forms of crosshatching. Streaming down from the chain are two parrallel bands of notched prism. Each subsequent vertical line is two panels of clear miter and then the pattern repeats itself. The base is covered with a large rayed star.
The blank on this piece is exceptionally bright and the roseglobe is in perfect condition. It measures 6” tall and 7” in diameter. A very large and excellent example by one of the premiere cutters of the Brilliant Period.
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