Cut and Engraved Glass Bowl by Sinclaire

  • This American cut glass bowl is adorned by the stunning Assyrian and Wreath pattern
  • Crafted by Sinclaire & Company, the motif features both cut and engraved glass
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Item No. 31-2753

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This American Brilliant Period cut glass octagonal bowl by Sinclaire is expertly cut and engraved in the Assyrian and Wreath motif. Patented by Henry P. Sinclaire in 1909, this stunning pattern is one of the company's scarcest. H.P. Sinclaire and Co. operated in Corning, New York, from 1904 until 1928 and are noted for their outstanding geometric patterns as well as engraved patterns. Prior to opening his own shop, Sinclaire worked for T.J. Hawkes & Co., one of the most prominent and prolific American glass workshops of the late American Brilliant era.

This model is shown in the ACGA reprint of the Sinclaire catalog, page CAT-20.

Bears the Sinclaire acid-etched mark

Circa 1910

10" diameter x 3" high
Cut and Engraved Glass Bowl by Sinclaire
Maker: Sinclaire & Co.
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Bowls/Plates
Depth: 10.0 Inches
Width: 10.0 Inches
Height: 3.0 Inches
Style: American Brilliant Cut Glass

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