Theodora Pattern Low Bowl by Meriden

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Item No. 30-2169

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This bowl is cut in one of the rarest and most desirable designs of the American Brilliant Period – Meriden’s Theodora. Patented by William R. Eliot for the International Silver Company in 1900, the Theodora pattern on this stunning bowl features an incredible 40-point hobstar at its center. Petals of cane sprout forth from the center hobstar ring, with a deep miter runs between each cane. The edge of the bowl is adorned by delicately cut 32-point hobstars, giving the piece a remarkable overall effect of blooming hobstars.

Circa 1900

8” Diameter

J.M. Pearson, Encyclopedia of American Cut and Engraved Glass Volume III, 1978.
Theodora Pattern Low Bowl by Meriden
Maker: Meriden Glass Company
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Bowls/Plates
Diameter: 8 Inches
Depth: 8.0 Inches
Width: 8.0 Inches
Height: 3.0 Inches
Style: American Brilliant Cut Glass

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