This is a rare and spectacular monumental oval centerpiece made by Steuben in the Frederick Carder period, in Corning NY. The pattern and shape are perhaps unique but the size, workmanship and technique is clearly Steuben. The hexagonal foot is thick and stable with a beautiful star-cut base and the oval shape is further highlighted by the undulating curved, wavy ends. The cobalt blue overlay is cut to clear in an Art Deco leaf pattern and highlighted with an acid-etched floral pattern throughout the clear sides. This is a true masterpiece that can be appreciated in the Corning Museum or your dining room table!
Made in America Ca. 1910-1920's In Excellent condition commensurate with age.