This bowl is a stunner in every regard. Not only is the pattern unusual, but also the the shape of the bowl – completely flat on bottom with a slight rollover to the top. This design is shown in one of the Revi books as being designed by one of the designers are Libbey.
Most notable on this piece are the lapidary frames to the hobstars. I have only ever seen this on this pattern and it’s extremely unusual and beautiful. They frame a 24-point, clear-button hobstar. These deeply cut lapidary areas are surrounded my notching which runs up into a large scalloped tooth. In between each of these formations is a unique crosscut section of three types of panel – a flat hobstar, fanned cane, and hobnail fill octagonal fields. The base of the bowl is covered with a giant 32-point hobstar with a clear button center.
This bowl is very heavy and exceptionally clear – measuring 10″ wide. It is in excellent condition with only some minor pattern roughness.
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