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This is so pretty!! It's a milk glass rose bowl from the Victorian era. This particular piece was made by Dithridge & Co., circa 1898. It's a beautiful bowl shaped vase to display your prized roses (or other flowers). It would make a simply gorgeous centerpiece for your table.

This is Victorian Opal glass. This opaque white mold-blown glass pattern has a leafy ornate scroll design around the lower portion forming four molded feet which is called the "ray end" pattern. Delicate raised scroll detail encircles the top opening with remnants of the original gold (nutmeg) cold paint. Some gold highlights remain on the leafy legs.

It's in great antique condition with no chips, cracks or crazing anywhere. The glossy appearence is still very apparent.

Approx. 6 1/2" dia., 3" opening, 6" tall

Victorian Milk Glass Rose Bowl, Victorian Milk Glass Vase, Ray End Pattern, Opal Glass Rose Bowl Vase, Antique Milk Glass


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