• AKA:
Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co.(Fostoria-OH/Coraopolis-PA, Co. Operated 1893-1964), Introduced: 1898 Introduced
• NOTE: Sid Lethbridge 2019: It may be No. 25 with a different crimp. “This bowl appears with several different lines in the M S Benedict (silverplate frames)catalogue - always in a colour and decoration that matches the other pattern. I would suspect that it had its own Consolidated number/name and the generic shape allowed it to be used as a "go-with" piece by Benedict.”
NOTE: John Ragsdale 2019: Also known in milk glass with hand painted flower decoration and in cerise (pigeon's blood red) and cobalt blue, made to match the other Torquay colors. It’s a difficult pattern to collect. There are at least 6 versions of this bowl and probably more. They were made in clear or shiny milkglass and all were also made with satin finish.
• Motifs: (Bands/Rings), (Plain)