Imperial Glass Nucut Bowl NO. 466 Antique EAPG Clear Glass Serving Bowl
Imperial Glass Nucut Bowl. This antique clear glass bowl was made by Imperial Glass. It is Pattern No. 466, dates to 1911 and is EAPG. The bowl is marked with the Nucut marked inside bottom. It is approx. 9" x 3 1/4". There is chipping to the sawtooth rim and along the edges of the bowl.
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