This bowl was cut by Taylor Brother’s in the highly collectible and easily identified Bellevue pattern. It’s signed by Taylor in the center.
Clear, curved miters like this were difficult to cut and provide a stunning display. The first circle contains a large hobstar. Framed with a wide, clear miter the next layer of the circle has hobstars separated by split bands of crosshatching. Dividing each circle is a section hobstars, crosshatching and fans. Another main feature of this design is the “colonial edge”. This is a perpetual band of crosshatching that undulates with the pattern – it’s a striking and welcome difference from the usual serrated edge.
The bowl is in perfect condition and measures 8″ wide and 3 3/4″ tall. It’s on a thick, heavy, and clear blank.
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