This is a very nice Early American Pattern Glass goblet in the Togo pattern by the Beatty Brady Glass Company and by the Indiana Glass Company circa 1907. This pattern is also called Twin Feather, Bismarc Star, Nebraska and Nebraska Star. There is a central hobstar in a shield with ovals between that have finely beaded areas at the sides with central flowers getting gradually larger from top to bottom. The foot is hexagonal with a hobstar in its center.The stem is classically fluted with a bulge just below the bowl.
DIMENSIONS: The goblet stands about 6 inches or 15 cm high and has a diameter at the mouth of about 3 1/8 inches or 8 cm.
CONDITION: There are six goblets for sale. They have minor nicks at the base or at the bulge of the stem. Goblet 4230J has a very tiny nick at the rim.
SHIPPING: Shipping and insurance will be determined at the time of sale.
References Dori Miles, Pattern Glass Historian; McCain pp 220-221