Offered here is the elegant Cambridge Glass Wildflower Etched Crystal Cup and Saucer on the #3900 Line. The deep Wildflower etch is a motif of two large flowers amid rambling foliage and smaller blossoms. One of the large blossoms has seven pointed petals while the other has five rounded petals. The design is repeated three times around the cup and five times around the saucer. Some of the images are shown in black and white to better show the pattern.
The cup in the 3900 Line has a fancy scrolled handle and a ribbed and scalloped rim that comes to a group of three points at four places. The saucer is also ribbed and scalloped, with each scallop being separated by a single point.
This hard-to-find cup is 2-3/8 inches tall and 3-3/4 inches in diameter across the top with another 3/4-inch for the handle. The matching saucer is 5-3/4 inches diameter. The ground and polished foot of the saucer is 2-1/8 inches in diameter while the foot of the cup is 2-inches.
This beautifully intricate pattern was made by Cambridge during the 1940s and 1950s. There is no mark.
There is no damage to either piece.