This is an extremely rare one-piece epergne with a jack-in-the-pulpit vase. The top, vase portion of this epergne is cut in Anderson’s Elegant pattern (which they cut on a jack-in-the-pulpit type vase). This type of cutting is extremely similar to Pairpoint’s Savoy. The bottom bowl of the epergne is cut in a pattern very close to Pairpoint’s Uncatena.
The top half of this piece is cut with clear punties separated by crossed miters. There is an additional notch connecting the punties which is a technique used almost exclusively by William C. Anderson. They continued the pattern on the rollover portion of the rim – a really nice extra touch. The bowl of the epergne is covered with 20-point hobstars. Each hobstars top and bottom points are filled with crosshatching-another Anderson technique. Each hobstar is separated by large fans of varying depth and width.
The epergne is on a beautiful blank and measures . It’s in great condition with only some minor roughness to the edge. This would make a beautiful centerpiece or display excellently on a shelf or cabinet.
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