Unusual Decorative And Useful Large Pressed Clear Glass Bowl On Black Glass Plinth.
By Josef Inwald of Czechoslovakia c.1928.
Very Good Condition.
This pretty shallow clear pressed glass bowl is a very unusual piece as it sits on a separate circular black glass plinth.
The simple elegant design of this useful item will look attractive in either a modern or traditional setting and blend nicely with any colour decor.
It could simply be used for display, or for flowers, or floating candles, or as a fruit bowl, or for serving desserts.
There are no manufacturer's marks other than the registration number 7056 followed by the number 32, pressed into the clear glass. This item was called by three different names depending on the intended market: i.e. Lord, Milord, or Jacobean.
This is a private sale from a pet and smoke free home.
The bowl and plinth have been in my family since its manufacture, and are only being sold now as I need the space.
The bowl is in very good condition, with no chips or cracks.
It has not been damaged and then repaired.
When one looks closely at the glass there are a few signs of light use, which are to be expected given its age.
The black glass plinth has a tiny chip on its top edge.
When the bowl is positioned on the stand the chip is not noticeable. A glass expert has advised me that in the photographs which accompany this advertisement I have positioned the plinth upside down - the bowl should sit on the plinth's flat surface.
Please study the photographs provided to make your own assessment regarding the condition of this item.
The total height of the bowl and plinth together is approximately 13 cm.
The diameter of the top of the bowl is approximately 28 cm.
The diameter of the top of its plinth is approximately 16 cm.
Buyer to collect, and pay cash on collection please.
Regret no returns accepted.