This seldom seen pattern was cut by Egginton at the heigh of the period. I have only ever seen a handful of examples of the Magnolia design and this is an unusual shape in that it’s blown-out with 8 distinct sections.
Four deeply cut hobstars go around the exterior of the bowl. They are divided on both sides by crosshatched fields with three deep, wide miters – which makes for almost a leaf appearance (I’d guess this is where the Magnolia design got its name). The center of the bowl features tiny fans suroudning another deep hobstar.
The bowl is on an excellent, clear blank and in perfect condition. It measures 9 1/2″ wide and 2″ tall.
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