Sowerby English Carnival Glass - Sunglow
This is a rare example of English carnival glass that has the iridescence and pattern detail comparable to American made pieces. This piece appears to be made from the mold of a bowl in the Pineapple pattern that has been flattened to produce somewhat of a whimsy. The interior design is reminiscent of sun rays extending from the sun-like center, which is formed by concentric circles. It was produced in the early to mid 20th century.
There is no damage. No chips, cracks, or otherwise.
The diameter is approximately 7 inches. The bowl is pictured in varying degrees of lighting to demonstrate how lighting impacts the coloring and iridescence as well as capture the details of the pattern.