Cambridge Glass began as National Glass Company the factory was located in Cambridge, Ohio and produced heavy pressed patterns rather than handmade etched glass. The company used the mark "Near Cut," according to the National Cambridge Collectors (NCC) Web site because the items impersonated popular styles of hand cut glass that had become too costly to produce although the look was still in demand. This particular Punch Bowl is found on page 50 of the Standard Encyclopedia of Press Glass 1860-1930. Many items were made in this pattern. The punch bowl was commonly used as an advertisement item. The set stands 10" tall and the bowl is 10 ¾" " in diameter. The pedestal is 5 ¼"" tall and its base is 6 ½"" in diameter. MINT condition, free of chips, cracks or repairs. Includes 4 cups of the same pattern and I will also include a glass ladle and 4 other cups that are similar but not of the same pattern. What you get in this fantastic item is punch bowl, stand, GLASS ladle, 8 EAPG cups and years of enjoyment. This is one item that will get used and can be used for all occasions. From the most elegant setting to the common day Shower. Add a touch of class and elegance to your next event.
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