Information About Cut Glass Footed Bowl?

A cut glass footed bowl.Hello to the cut glass enthusiasts. I picked up this amazing American Brilliant piece and I'm struggling to identify the manufacturer and/or artist.


I attached a close up of the signature. I've looked at it from every direction and can't get it or the pattern to lock on to any internet search results.

Any help would be TRULY appreciated

Looking down inside a cut glass bowl.
A cut glass footed bowl.
A cut glass footed bowl.
Markings on cut glass bowl.

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September 26, 20210 found this helpful

My thought is that this is a mass-produced piece. Its not worth much. I think that the owner etched his or her name on the bottom to make sure the dish got returned at pot lucks and venues of that nature.

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September 27, 20210 found this helpful

Interesting. I asked for a suggestion on who made the piece and your response was overreaching and insulting. Value is determined by what a reasonable buyer and seller agree to exchange and item for compensation, not an (insane?) notion about deterring potluck thievery...maybe magic marker on Tupperware in the 70's-but hand cut glass-REALLY? As far as mass produced, Id sure think that having shown this to several (real antique) collectors and none saying they had seen a match before might suggest the opposite about mass production-again maybe Tupperware or Vintage Indiana glass-that's mass production.


I won't bother responding to the rose bowl comments other than say yes possibly a production item, mass-probably not-but check the box anyway. I'm new to this site and this first impression has perhaps yielded the quickest a new participant departs. I turn off my TV when it gets negative, I'll do the same for this site. If this is what they pass out "gold medals" for, you'll be Platinum in NO time.
Farewell ThriftyNOfun! (p.s. I already turned down $200 for the cut piece and $85 for the rose bowl. Just chicken scratch huh?) JF-out

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