These glasses are 3.75 inches tall and 2 inches across the opening. They are EAPG wine glasses and will hold about 2.5-3 ounces. The pattern is Doric or Feather Swirl. There are many other names for the pattern but Doric and Feather are the most common for the McKee pattern. The design on these glasses forms scallops along the top edge. McKee Glass made this pattern 1896-1901 (p. 202 Jenks & Luna, EAPG 1850-1910). The pattern appeared in the 1895-1901 Montgomery Ward Catalog. There are no chips or cracks. This pattern has not been reproduced in clear. It was reproduced in clear with a pink stain in the 1950s.
Item ID: PW463
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