This bowl was cut in Taylor Brother’s Waldorf pattern. It is in a similar style and quality to their well-known Bellevue pattern. Waldorf is actually harder to find than Bellevue, which makes it quite rare.
This bowl is really cut-to-death with tight, detailed cutting covering most every surface. The patterns works in rings going outward toward the Taylor Brother’s colonial edge. The thinner of the rings has alternating stars – one is a flat hobstar and the other is a triple miter, 8-point, clear-button hobstar. The larger ring has deeply cut hobstars separated with bands of crosshatching. The center of the bowl is filled with a circular, 32-point hobstar.
The bowl is in stunning, perfect condition. It measures 8″ wide. This is the quality of Bellevue and even rarer for a fraction of the price – a wise investment piece to be certain.
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