This gorgeous bowl is in American Cut Glass company’s Mary pattern. The Mary pattern was designed by William C. Anderson and has led to the identification of many more attributed patterns by the top-tier designer. The pattern resembles Libbey’s Neola on steroids.
Three large, split-point hobstars adorn the entire bowl. These hobstars have extended points at both the top and bottom. The bottom point extends across the center of the bowl, crossing and going past the other hobstars’ points. The tip of this point looks to explode into highly-stylized fern cutting which spurs off into 8 different directions. The cutting is stunning and polished to absolute perfection.
The bowl is on a thick, heavy blank and measures 9″ wide by 3 3/4″ tall. It’s in virtually perfect condition with only some small fleabites in the feathered cutting. The blank quality and precision of cutting make this pattern pop off the glass – it’s a stunning example of a pattern that William C. Anderson must have thought highly of.
Company: American Cut Glass Company
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