This beautiful marigold-yellow stained water goblet is by Westmoreland Glass, Design No. 229. A detailed and elegant wheel-cut design decorates the top 1-1/8 inches of the bowl of this gorgeous goblet. Twenty-four vertical panels are cut into the 12 molded panels of the glass with hair-thin lines. Trailing vines are cut on the outside of these panels, with detailed leaves and three eight-petaled flowers. This decorated portion is separated by another very thin cut line that rings the goblet. The remainder of the bowl, the stem, and the foot are stained with a golden yellow.
Each of these stemmed goblets measures 6-7/8 inches tall, and the cone-shaped bowl is 4-inches deep. It is 3-1/2 inches in diameter at the rim, perched on a 2-3/4 inch foot.
Made by Westmoreland circa the late 1920s to early 1930s. There is no mark.
As with most vintage flashed or stained glassware, the color is uneven, creating a charm of its own. There are no other condition issues.
These lovely goblets would make a thoughtful gift for the bride and groom, or pair them with the matching plates available for a sweet backyard wedding!
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