Genoese; aka Eyewinker, Crystal Ball, Winking Eye. Antique Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) c. Measurements: 9" inner rim diameter (cake area), 10" outer diameter and 6 1/4 high.
Weight, prepackaged: 3 lbs 10.4 oz. Condition: The piece is free of chips, cracks and fleabites, except on slight flake on the inside bottom rim of the plate. The outer edge of the base has one small area of light roughness, common from manufacturing or shelf wear.
There are a few slight marks from use or storage, none easily seen without viewing at an angle under bright light. There is a small spattering of ash inclusions on the plate, common to antique glass but worth noting. The foot has light shelf wear as expected. The glass is amazingly clear with a nice glow under UV light. Guaranteed to be an original antique Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton piece.
This listing is for an Antique, EAPG Dalzell Gilmore & Leighton Genoese Cake Plate. Genoese was introduced circa 1889 and is commonly called Eyewinker and also known as Crystal Ball or Winking Eye. The pattern was later reproduced by LG Wright and Mosser.
It features a large beads on the rims and two bands of scrolls with beads above and raised centers creating a band of "eyes". The plate has a center rum well and petals on the underside creating a ray effect. It's a beautiful pattern and great piece, perfect for display at the table, curio and for a Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) collection. Pictures are of the item(s) you will receive. The item "Dalzell Genoese Cake Stand, Antique Original EAPG c1889 Eyewinker Pedestal Plate" is in sale since Monday, April 1, 2019.This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Glassware\EAPG Pattern Glass 1850-1910\Other EAPG Patterned Glassware". The seller is "rmags1" and is located in Austin, Minnesota. This item can be shipped worldwide.