Cut glass patterns could be used on several …

Cut glass patterns could be used on several forms. The “Russian” pattern was incredibly popular and can be seen here on a large plate, a decanter, sparkling stemware, and a salad bowl from local glass firm T. G. Hawkes. Explore more brilliant-cut glass in our newly redesigned Crystal City Gallery

Plate in “Russian” Pattern, T. G. Hawkes & Company, Corning, New York, United States, about 1906. Gift of T. G. Hawkes & Company. 51.4.536; Decanter and Stopper in “Russian” Pattern, T. G. Hawkes & Company, Corning, New York, United States, 1882-1895. Purchased in part with funds from the Gladys M. and Harry A. Snyder Memorial Trust. 98.4.148; Six-Piece Place Setting in “Russian” Pattern, T. G. Hawkes & Company, Corning, New York, United States, about 1875-1899, possibly 1886. Gift of Miss F. Ethel Wickham. 57.4.9; Salad Bowl in “Russian” Pattern, T. G. Hawkes & Company, Corning, New York, United States, about 1880-1889. 2010.4.138.