Bryce Glass isn’t the best known vintage elegant glass maker and that’s a shame. Some of Bryce’s etched patterns are wonderful and I buy them when I can.
This particular design doesn’t seem to have a name. I’ve seen it called Bryce, Paige and line 854, but none of these describe the flowing lines and graceful swoops and swags that are placed in pairs around the rim. The shape is good too, and I especially like the little extra curve near the base of the bowl. It looks great with the lady leg stem.
Bryce was known for their stemware with beautiful etched patterns and simple lines.
You may never have heard of Bryce Glass but I bet you have heard of Lenox Crystal. Lenox took over Bryce in 1965 and the production plant in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania is still there. Lenox continues to make quality stemware.