In 1941 this 'coloured fruit bowl' would have cost you Reich Marks 236.5, and if you wanted the decoration frosted - as in the example here - that would have added another RM 40 - so, at RM 275 it seems to have been a very expensive item - possibly the most expensive from this factory, by a long way.
This should be the 1941 catalogue..... http://www.glas-musterbuch.de/Brockwitz-1941.86.0.html
. Does 'hell' mean clear glass??
Appears to be Brockwitz pattern 9091, and from what I can see is showing in 1936 and 1941 catalogues only - the example on Pamela's site... http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/schalen/01137.html
.. is without the frosting.
Certainly a hefty piece, and side to side is something like 13.5" (340mm).
Does Pamela know why this was so much more expensive that other pieces at that time - was there perhaps a high failure rate?? Thanks for looking.