American Brilliant Cut Glass Tray, Russian Pattern
American Brilliant Cut Glass Tray, Russian Pattern American Brilliant Cut Glass Tray, Russian Pattern
American Brilliant Cut Glass Tray, Russian Pattern

American Brilliant Cut Glass Tray, Russian Pattern

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    Item No. 30-6209
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    This exquisite American Brilliant Period cut glass serving tray features the intricate and dazzling Russian pattern. So named because it was ordered by both the American ambassador to Russia and the Russian ambassador to the United States in 1881, the Russian pattern is unsurpassed in brilliance and remains one of the most popular patterns among collectors of American Brilliant Period cut glass. This lovely tray, enveloped in pyramidal stars and strawberry diamonds, is a stunning example of this classic motif.

    Circa 1900

    1 1/4” high x 12 1/2” wide x 9 3/4” deep
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    Period: 20th Century
    Origin:America
    Type:Bowls/Plates
    Depth:9.75 Inches
    Width:12.5 Inches
    Height:1.25 Inches
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