Victorian Opal Art Glass compote James Powell or Stevens & Williams
We are not sure of the maker of this unique compote. It has stumped several knowledgeable experts. You will have to be the judge. I will give you some options though.
It could possibly be James Powell Blue Opal or Stevens and Williams. It was made around the turn of the century, 1900.OPALESCENT ART GLASS COMPOTE, in pastel yellow-green to clear circular bowl / plate with ruffled rim, raised on twist stem, the foot banded with opalescent radiating lines. Measurements are 2 1/2" height, very close to 5" across top and 2 1/2 across the base. The stem seems to be the deciding attribute on who the maker may be. This is why there many pictures of the stem. Let me know if you would like more pictures. I do my best to represent them in a clear, concise and honest way within the limited confines of my knowledge. I do research before making any assumptions, but still, in the end, sometimes a statement remains an assumption and I will present it as such. Stop back and have a great day.
The item "Victorian Opal Art Glass compote James Powell or Stevens & Williams" is in sale since Friday, July 5, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\British\Other British Art Glass". The seller is "tombarto" and is located in Waynesfield, Ohio.
This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Style: Victorian
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
- Object Type: compote
- Color: Opalescent
- Glassmaking Technique: Hand Blown
- Type of Glass: Opalescent
- Brand: Stevens & Williams or James Powell