A mid century tall and distinctive set of 12 sterling goblets made by Wallace Silversmiths of Wallingford, Connecticut. The founder Robert Wallace began silversmithing in 1834. The company mergered with several other companies, being purchased by Hamilton Watch Company of Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1959. The company made both sterling and silver plate. These goblets are all marked “Wallace Sterling 14”(see photo), and are in excellent condition with only the normal minor scuffs associated with age and use. They are pictured in difference settings with different lighting. The goblets measure 6.75”tall and have a rim diameter of 3.5”. Each goblet weighs about 5 ounces.