Posted 6 years ago
These bowls are all the same size, shape, and have similar clear ghlass tooled feet. While they can certainly stand alone, they are often paired with a matching pyramid-size fairy lamp and matching candle cup. The straight-sided cup rests on the rim of the crimps.
Of these four examples, three have a polished pontil scar and one has a snapped pontil scar. The clear feet are applied as one piece of glass and tooled with a hand press to form the leaf.
I have seen smaller variants of these bowls with no feet and larger variants with pointed wishbone feet.
I suspect all of these four examples came from the same glass house, but the maker is unknown to me. This same crimp design is used on a variety of shapes. Question is, was the crimped rim technique used by several glass houses of just one.