Pair of Antique 1870-80s EAPG Early American Central Glass Works Water Goblets in Cabbage Rose Pattern | Victorian Era Pressed Glass
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「Features」 · Beautiful Early American Pattern Glass goblets · Thick walls · Clear glass · Molded pattern of rose and leaves · Comes in a set of 2
「Style Inspiration」 Whether filled with water, juice, milk or wine, these versatile, any-occasion glass goblets will be perfect for your holiday table or for use all year long!
「History」 EAPG (also called pressed glass) covers an era of 1850 to 1910. Pattern glass was manufactured by depositing molten glass into cast iron moulds and then pressing the glass into the mould. Because the process was suited to mass production and the product was durable with interesting designs, pattern glass took over the housewares market from blown glass. There are approximately 3,000 known patterns ranging from floral, fruit, geometric, birds, animals, and scenes. It was made in clear and colored glass.
「Condition」 Very good vintage condition. No chips, cracks or repairs. Glass of this age tends to have small irregularities in the molding and tiny inclusions and bubbles in the glass. Some have a tiny bit of roughness at the mold line around the foot.