The Seneca Crystal factory in Morgantown, WV produced some of the world's finest cut crystal until the factory closed in 1983. Their clients included Franklin Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, and many other famous individuals. Their crystal was featured in Sax's, Bergdorf Goodman, and other top notch retail shops. This pattern represents the epitome of hand cut American crystal. This pattern dates from the 1930's. The cutting consists of thin linear swags with two alternating designs. One has a tiny criss-cross basket the alternating panel has three circular cuts with leaves. Common to each are either a single or double small cluster of what we believe are wisteria blossoms. Small circular cuts form the top of each panel. Notice the fine cutting on the foot, the rim of the goblet, as well as the beveled stem. This pattern is gorgeous but was never given a name. The blank is #1936 and a major national matching service refers to this pattern as 1936-5. The sherbets are 6 1/2" tall and in excellent condition with no cracks, chips, or repairs. It is unmarked. The price is for a set of 8. We are offering free shipping on this item. We also have the large water goblets in our shop right now. If you have any questions about this pattern or other Seneca glassware please e-mail us. We have been matching fine tableware for 30 years. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.