Lattice and Rosettes Cut Glass Tray by Hawkes

  • The coveted Lattice and Rosettes pattern adorns this American Brilliant Period cut glass tray
  • Crafted by the renowned T.G. Hawkes & Co., it is one of the most complex designs of the period
  • This pattern is very rarely seen in such a large format
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Item No. 31-3901

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The Lattice and Rosettes pattern adorns this American Brilliant Period cut glass tray by the renowned T.G. Hawkes & Co. With its crisp scalloped rim, the tray provides the ideal canvas upon which this coveted pattern can be appreciated. Ribbons of clear channels form a woven pattern across the surface, forming an attractive basketweave effect punctuated by flat-cut hobstars. Also known as Willow in the Hawkes catalog, this motif was patented by Hawkes in 1911. Highly complicated to cut, it could only be produced by the most seasoned cutters in the firm's workshop. The level of precision, design and cutting is simply unrivaled by any other pattern. For this reason, Lattice and Rosettes is considered by experts to be the finest cut glass pattern ever made. 

This particular tray measures an impressive 15 inches in diameter, and the Lattice and Rosettes pattern is rarely seen in such a large size. A 15-inch Lattice and Rosettes tray is pictured in Rarities in American Cut Glass by Herbert Wiener and Freda Lipkowitz (p.106).

Marked with the Hawkes trademark

Circa 1911

15" diameter x 1 3/4" high
Lattice and Rosettes Cut Glass Tray by Hawkes
Maker: T.G. Hawkes & Co.
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Bowls/Plates
Depth: 15.0 Inches
Width: 15.0 Inches
Height: 1.75 Inches
Style: American Brilliant Cut Glass

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