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Eleven (11) glass items including American Brilliant Period cut glass bowls, vases, tray, and creamer. 1st item: Cut glass bowl with flared and deeply scalloped rim, four (4) finely cut notch-edged vesicas filled with hobstar and diamond designs, surrounding a central hobstar in square. Unsigned; small etched numbers 256/6104 to underside. 3 1/4″ H x 9 5/8″ dia. Circa 1900. 2nd item: Heavy cut glass bottle shaped vase with facet-cut, flaring rim over a notched fluted neck, clear faceted midsection and hobstar and vesica pear shaped base with hobstar to underside. Unsigned. 11 1/4″ H. 3rd item: Oval orange bowl, with high, scalloped sides, central star comprised of 8 diamond-cut vesica points, surrounded by hobstar and cane and star-in button motifs. Unsigned. 3″ H x 11 1/2″ W x 6 1/2″ D. Note: a tray in this unattributed pattern, described as Cane, Strawberry Diamond and Harvard, is pictured on p. 224 of RARITIES IN AMERICAN CUT GLASS by Herbert Weiner and Freda Lipkowitz. 4th item: Oval tray, possibly an ice cream tray, with undulating sides, central sunburst having diamond cut rays with fan shaped tips, surrounded by stars in varying shapes and sizes. 2 1/2″ H x 13″ W x 7 3/4″ D. 5th item: Round cut glass tray or low bowl, signed Hawkes, with primarily fan and hobstar motifs. 1 7/8″ H x 10″ dia. 6th item: Round cut glass bowl, signed with etched star in circle to center attributed to Strauss, scalloped rim, hobstar, cane, and nailhead diamond motifs. 3 1/2″ H x 8 1/2″ dia. 7th-8th items: Cut glass creamer and open sugar bowl, similar to the Ellsmere pattern by Libbey but unsigned. Notched vertical prism designs and border and base surrounding a star and diamond center. Bowl – 3 1/4″ H x 4 1/2″ dia. Creamer – 3 1/8″ H x 6″ W. 9th item: Cut glass low bowl, round, with scalloped buzz or pinwheel sides, divided into quadrants by intersecting segments of cane. Illegible signature in circle to center. 8″ dia. by 2″ H. Circa 1910. 10th and 11th items: Pair blown glass miniature oil lamps signed with S in circle, rib and bead bases with spiral ribbed shades. 7 3/4″ H overall. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: the living estate of Annette Petri, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st item: Excellent condition. 2nd item: Shallow 1/8″ chip to bulbous part of vase, otherwise excellent condition. 3rd item: Overall good condition with a few scattered fleabites to teeth and underside; 1/8″ shallow flake to one rim tooth. 4th item: Overall very good condition with a few scattered tiny, minor fleabites to teeth along rim. 5th item: A few scattered small chips, largest 1/8″, to underside. Overall very good condition. 6th item: (Strauss Bowl): a few scattered fleabites to teeth and underside, largest 1/8″, overall very good condition. 7th-8th items: Excellent condition. 9th item: Very good condition with a few minor scattered fleabites. 10th and 11th items: Excellent condition.