Vintage Studio art glass centerpiece bowl, American or European, mid/late 20th Century
03 January 2023

Clear with green tint, heavy, intentional bubbles toward center. Hand blown, Murano appearance.


25 inch round


A client gifted to me while preparing a highrise condo in Portland OR for sale.

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Answered within 1 day
By Delia
Jan 05, 11:44 UTC
Fair Market Value
$400 - $600 USD
Suggested Asking Price $700 USD
What does this mean?

Hi Joanna,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

An unattributed vintage Studio art glass centerpiece bowl
American or European, mid/late 20th Century
Of circular section, with "pulegoso" or air beads throughout; pontil mark to the bottom. Apparently unsigned
25 inches diameter
CONDITION: appears to be in excellent condition; value assumes no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs.
PROVENANCE: gift from a client.
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.

Please let us know if you have additional items to appraise, and thank you again for using Mearto. 

Joanna ontiveros Jan 08, 00:55 UTC

No, not that I can see. Can you see the rod mark? I added two new photos.

Delia Jan 08, 16:09 UTC

Hi Joanna,
Thanks for the additional photos and yes, I can see the pontil mark clearly. You're all set here.

Joanna ontiveros Jan 08, 22:11 UTC

Thank you Delia, if I wanted to sell this item, would it be the type of piece that Mearto would sell? What is the process?

Delia Jan 09, 11:26 UTC

If you've marked this as "for sale" with a status of "public," it is already listed on our marketplace and interested buyers can reach out to you with offers (you are not obligated to accept offers).
There is a list of FAQs on the main page, here:

Let me know if you have additional questions, can't tell what the status of your item is, or if you need help changing the status.

Joanna ontiveros Jan 09, 22:17 UTC

I did not realize the initial things I wrote and pics would be the sale entry. I went back in the edit/change the language and are not able to? Why? I'd like the piece to have a decent chance to attract attention and sell.

Delia Jan 10, 18:44 UTC

Hi Joanna,
I've amended the caption to reflect how I appraised this. Is it OK the way I've written it?

Joanna ontiveros Jan 12, 00:51 UTC

Yes, that is better. The photo order is odd--do you think the full view should be 1st?

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