This serving bowl was made by the Federal Glass Company
in Columbus, Ohio, beginning around 1934. Due to the fact
that Normandie is iridescent, it has often been classified as
Carnival glass, when in fact it is true pressed Depression
glass. (See the link below for more information).
This pattern is called “Bouquet and Lattice” and is a vibrant
marigold color. The flattened rim is scalloped and there is a
bouquet of flowers in the bottom. The bowl measures 8 ½
inches across by 2 ¾ inches high and is often classified as a
fruit bowl. It is in good condition with some surface scratches
due to years of use. There are no chips, dings or cracks.