Isabella is one of Libbey’s rarest and most desirable designs. It was cut in the early part of the period and features very deep, wood-wheel polished cutting associated with some of Libbey’s greatest work.
A cross of hobnail meets in the cente rof the plate at a flat hobstar. Extremely deep miters frame this work and lead into another unusual cross featuring a clear-button hobstar. This hobstar actually has two layers of miters, which creates almost one hobstar layed atop the other, to the side – Isabella is the only design I know of that has that. The hobstar has four sides with crosshatching and clear areas creating a triangle.
The plate is in perfect condition and on the clearest blank. The cutting is staggeringly deep and the plate is a great size and display of the pattern. It measures 7″ wide and 1 1/2″ tall.
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