Theodora Pattern Low Bowl by Meriden
Theodora Pattern Low Bowl by Meriden Theodora Pattern Low Bowl by Meriden Theodora Pattern Low Bowl by Meriden
Theodora Pattern Low Bowl by Meriden

Theodora Pattern Low Bowl by Meriden

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    Item No. 30-2169
    $8,850
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    This bowl is cut in one of the rarest and most desirable designs of the American Brilliant Period – Meriden’s Theodora. Patented by William R. Eliot for the International Silver Company in 1900, the Theodora pattern on this stunning bowl features an incredible 40-point hobstar at its center. Petals of cane sprout forth from the center hobstar ring, with a deep miter runs between each cane. The edge of the bowl is adorned by delicately cut 32-point hobstars, giving the piece a remarkable overall effect of blooming hobstars.

    Circa 1900

    8” Diameter

    Reference:
    J.M. Pearson, Encyclopedia of American Cut and Engraved Glass Volume III, 1978.
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    Maker: Meriden Glass Company
    Period: 20th Century
    Origin:America
    Type:Bowls/Plates
    Depth:8.0 Inches
    Diameter:8 Inches
    Width:8.0 Inches
    Height:3.0 Inches
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