Posted 6 months ago
Here we have Victorian rose bowl, blown of cased glass in three coloured layers. Interior is opal white with an overlay of a translucent custard coloured glass. Exterior is pink. Glass is completely glossy, not satin. Where the pontil mark would be on the bottom of the rose bowl, is a colourless crystal applied prunt with a flower stamp in center. There is three applied claw style feet to serve as the base and each are cut and polished on the bottom with a slight beveled edge. Glows neon green under a black light.
3-1/2" tall. 4-1/2" wide.
The last pic is an advertisement from Mappin and Webb (British Retailer) from 1894. Look at #140 to confirm the shape.
Thank you, Scottvez for adding John Walsh Walsh as a strong possibility.