This is a great example of a bowling pin vase in a rare size. I believe I have seen the piece in a Pitkin and Brooks add, but cannot find that right now.
A huge hobstar goes across the lower bout of this vase and sits under two triangles of crosshatching. A diamond shaped field of cane separates the larger hobstar and a smaller one at the top of the base. The sides of the vase feature a large vesica with hobnail cutting, fans and a deep hobstar. Notching surrounds each vesica and rungs into more hobnail at the top of the vase. The base is covered with an 18-point hobstar.
This vase is very deeply cut and measures 8 1/2″ tall and 4 1/2″ wide.
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