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    Posted 9 years ago

    Decodino58
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    This Large Elegant Bowl is Approx. 12.5"Dia x 3"T. their is a smooth rays interior stopping at the flaring rim on the outside the intaglio floral pattern looks like carnations to me but i dont know. any help is appreciated

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    1. Aimathena Aimathena, 9 years ago
      This is a very beautiful piece. TallCakes is an expert with these pieces. Hopefully TallCakes will see this post and comment. TallCakes left links on some of my glassware posts, maybe you can find information on this from one of them.
    2. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 9 years ago
      It looks like it could have been a GOOFUS Decorated Bowl. I know that I have seen this pattern before...It is not a Depression or Elegant Glass pattern that I recognize. Was there any residue of paint in the flowered pattern? BOB
    3. Decodino58 Decodino58, 9 years ago
      Hi Loumanal (bob) and Aimathena there is no trace of any kind of paint. the detail is very intricate and I know I have seen the center base rayed star some where before US Glass, Cambridge,Tiffin,Heisey ... it looks like a carnation type flower but the leaves are not what is seen with a carnation. I appreciate all the help :)
    4. TallCakes TallCakes, 9 years ago
      wish I could help with your pretty bowl : ) The flowers looks like maybe poppies to me; and with the added panel/rib optics should help with an ID but haven't been able to find a match. The form looks to be a center bowl.
    5. Decodino58 Decodino58, 9 years ago
      hi and thank you TallCakes... any input is appreciated. I have been searching and still nothing, its a beautiful well detailed bowl I hope I find the maker.
    6. Decodino58 Decodino58, 9 years ago
      Hi All, im still looking for information on this bowl. maker,age,pattern name?
    7. Decodino58 Decodino58, 9 years ago
      Still hunting information on this bowl... i have been search9ing for many months now and still nothing :(
    8. Decodino58 Decodino58, 9 years ago
      Hi All, i recently received info on this about maker and product line but i have yet to confirm it. Does anyone know if this is Cambridge Everglade Line? i see different patterns in this link on Cambridgeglass.org but nothing looking like mine. I was told by a fb club member that this was made between 1930-1934 the color being dianthus pink again TIA for any response
    9. Decodino58 Decodino58, 8 years ago
      Hi, Still looking for any confirmation on what i was told to be factual or anyone that can direct me to the correct pattern name or maker. Thanks ;)
    10. SPARTYBY, 2 years ago
      Hi

      Yes this is one of the many pieces of the Everglade Line by Cambridge Glass. The color is called Peach-blo (Cambridge's name for pink glass). Sometimes the intaglio design was frosted (acid treated) to make it stand out. I have a very similar piece where that is the case. See here: https://albums.mvsg.org/displayimage.php?album=229&pos=77

      And here:
      https://albums.mvsg.org/displayimage.php?album=229&pos=76

      Hope that helps!

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