Small "Lily Pad" bowl, New York, 1833-1850, in amber colored glass.
The "lily pad" decorations were unique to American glass made in the middle of the 19th century in New York and New Jersey. "Lily pad"bowls seem to have been most often made in a light aqua-colored glass; however, there are existing amber ones as well.
9" wide, 2 1/2" high.
This is a new handblown replica of old glass, not an antique.
Handblown by Marc VandenBerg, Philip Yamron, and Josh Wojick of Greenfield Village (Henry Ford Museum), in Dearborn, Michigan.
Not intended for hot liquids. Hand wash only, with warm soapy water.