EARLY AMERICAN PATTERN GLASS
This little mug/cup was originally made by Bryce, Walker and Co. in 1875. In 1882 Bryce Brothers took over. The U.S. Glass Co continued production after 1891 and gave it the pattern number of 15030. The pattern name is ROMAN ROSETTE.
The little mug stands 3" tall and has a rim diameter of 2 1/2". An on-line source speculates that it might have had a metal lid as "Packer's Goods." There are some fleabites and mold roughness to a portion of the inner rim.
This pattern can be seen on page 96 of Pattern Glass Mugs by Mordock and Adams.
EAPG usually exhibits some of the following: straw (sheer) marks, mold lines, bubbles, embedded ash or impurities, rough mold seams, and manufacturing variations.
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