|Appraised By:||David Donaldson|
|Appraiser Comments:||Hello there,
I am sure which mark you have on the base, but it will either be a Three lobed clover thype shape with a hawk, or it will be in all capital block letters. The three lobed mark is the earlier mark.
I tried researching the known shapes made for Hawkes by the Steuben Glassworks, but yours is not amoung them, so I suspect it is a later piece when Hawkes was getting their blanks for cutting from another source.
Additionally , the quality of the cutting appears to be of the later products sold by Hawkes. The below values are based on MINT condition.
DAvid P. Donaldson, MFA
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