In 1888 the A. J. Beatty And Sons Glass Works moved to Tiffin, Ohio to start producing glass. This company through numerous ownerships, creating many styles and surviving major events finally closed for good in 1980. Throughout their history they were primarily known as the US glass company but the collectors usually refer their pieces as Tiffin glass. One such type of glass produced from the mid-1920s until about 1940 was their satin line. This line came in assorted colors, one of the most popular with collectors today is the yellow canary. Produced in a huge assortment of shapes, this example would compliment several glass collections. I must point out this piece has a subtle swirl pattern molded into the glass, visible on the interior of the bowl. The bowl stands a little over 5” tall and spans 9 1/8” across the top. after a thorough examination and cleaning, no damage or repairs noted. I will mention, and as pictured several interior bubbles visible from the outside, as well as a pinpoint bubble pop on the rim. The pop is barely felt and difficult to see; it does not detract from the appearance. A great gift for the holiday season year round. I have included several pictures for your viewing.