Offered is this STUNNING American enameled Peachblow satin glass rose bowl by the Consolidated Glass Co. circa 1880-1900.
This lovely rose bowl has beautiful peachblow coloration, dark pink shading to white with a white interior and a molded "Shell and Seaweed" design. The bowl is decorated with yellow hand enameled flowers and tiny brown leaves and random overlay on the larger leaves. The standard crimped opening is perfectly executed with a white interior, a lovely piece for any Victorian glass collector!
Measures: 5" tall, 5 1/2" wide with a top diameter of 2 7/8" (larger sized rose bowl)
Consolidated Glass Company. This design is pictured on page 55 of the book "Collector's Encyclopedia of American Art Glass, 2nd Edition" by John Shuman III. This pattern was made in assorted colors and were sometimes further embellished with enameled decoration.
Excellent Condition: NO chips, cracks, repairs or issues. Enamel and Decoration shows no visible loss
$140.00A lovely opal ware glass decorated pin dish in the Helmschied swirl pattern having raised enamel and painted flowers on both sides of the dish in purple and orange colors. The brass collar and matching pierced handles has flowers in each corner where they meet the dish. A beautiful trinket jar perfect for the vanity table or display.