3 - 5 June 2004
AN IRISH CUT-GLASS CENTERPIECE BOWL
The canoe-shaped bowl with shaped wavy rim above a band of lozenges enclosed in diamonds, on a plain knop, stem, and spiral molded lemon-squeezer base
14 1/8 in. (35.8 cm.) wide
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See M.S. Diddley Westropp, M.R.I.A, Irish Glass, A History of Glass-Making in Ireland from the Sixteenth Century, Dublin 1978, page 97, plate XX, for a similar example.
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