Another great item from the Dorflinger Glass Works. This is a very respected and sought after company of the Brilliant Period. They produced their own high quality blanks and were known for their excellent cutters.This is an unusual shaped compote. It has a straight 90 degree angle side gallery that is cut in a chain of hobstars. The exact blank is pictured in the Dorflinger book by Feller on page 277. It is cut on blank 402. Another very unique feature is the stem has a pattern cut ball or knob in the middle. Excellent blown glass blank that is brilliant and clear. Nice hefty weight also. This is really unique piece to add to a collection. The compote measures 7 inches tall and 7 inches diameter. It is in excellent condition. It flouresces under the blacklight to indicate American Brilliant Period (1876 6to 1916). Each winning item will be carefully packaged for safe delivery. Particulaly fragile items are generally double boxed with packing between the boxes. This is the only method for safe delivery of cut glass. Winners of multiple auctions will receive a shipping discount if not free shipping on the additional items as long as items can be packaged together. Returns are accepted for items not as described. Please notify me within 3 days of receiving your item. I am a member of the American Cut Glass Association. I trade in accordance with their ethics guidelines. Please bid with confidence. I have been trading on ebay since 1998 and have over 2000 feedbacks. Always happy to answer questions regarding my auctions or cut glass in general. Please email me at . I may also be reached at . I am also interested in buying cut glass to sell on ebay or consign. Also taking requests for items as I generally have 200-300+ items in inventory at any given time. If you are looking for something special I can try to locate it. Check my other listings for more interesting cut glass pieces and check back every Friday for new listings.
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