Panel Pattern Cut Glass Bowl by Hawkes

  • This exquisite bowl from the Hawkes Company is a stunning example of American Brilliant cut glass
  • The Panel pattern is one of the most outstanding patterns of the Brilliant Period
  • The bowl is rimmed with a border of lustrous sterling silver from the famed Redlich & Co.
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Item No. 31-3915

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This exquisite silver-mounted bowl in the Panel pattern from the Hawkes Company is a stunning example of the skill and artistry of American Brilliant Period cut glass. The Panel pattern is one of the most outstanding patterns of the Brilliant Period, and its genius lies in its remarkable depth when viewed from above. Hawkes himself designed the pattern and patented it in 1909. Rimmed with a lacy border of lustrous sterling silver from the famed Redlich & Co., this stunning bowl is a triumph of American Brilliant Period craftsmanship and design.
Started in 1880 by Thomas G. Hawkes, the Hawkes Company was making glass for the White House by 1886. In 1889, two of their cut glass patterns won the Grand Prize in the Paris Exposition. This coveted prize not only brought prestige to Hawkes, but for the first time, American glass gained a firm place on the international scene. By the 20th century, American cut glass was world-renowned, recognized for its superiority and advanced glass-making methods, with Hawkes providing some of the finest and most inspired pieces of the period.

Circa 1909

8 3/4" wide x 8 3/4" deep x 3" high
Panel Pattern Cut Glass Bowl by Hawkes
Maker: T.G. Hawkes & Co.
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Bowls/Plates
Depth: 8.75 Inches
Width: 8.75 Inches
Height: 3.0 Inches
Style: American Brilliant Cut Glass

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