Eureka Water Goblet Early American Pattern Glass EAPG
This late 1860's flint pattern was made by McKee Brothers Co. There is not a high level of lead in the glass, so even though it is classified as flint it does not have a long bell ring. There was an extensive table service made in this pattern, however it is not an easy pattern to find. (Metz, page 21. Mc Cain pg 342) This water measures:
DIMENSIONS: 6" tall x 3 3/8 " across opening
CONDITION: no problems of any sort noted
I have recently purchased a small but impressive collection of EAPG, Early American pattern glass. There are sets of goblets and many singles, including some very hard to find patterns. Celery Vases, goblets, open sugars - known also as buttermilks and more! If your looking to start a collection or set your table with the panache of EAPG
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