These four beautiful glasses are old pieces of cut glass by the Libbey Glass Co. of Ohio. I have not been able to identify the pattern but it is quite attractive. There are three flower-like starbursts with rays of varying widths and lengths. Below each are triangles with horizontal cuts. Alternating with the starbursts are three irregular diamond shapes with tight crosshatching. The bottom portion of the glass has six irregular diamond panels with a double line X in each and the very bottom of the pattern has six smaller diamond shaped panels. The acid etched name of the American company is inside on the bottom of each glass. They have a 24 point star bottom with a polished surface. They hold about 6 ounces.
I believe these are from the late 1880’s to the early 1900’s, the period considered the Brilliant Age or ABP.
They measure about 3 5/8” tall and almost 3” in diameter at the top tapering to 2 3/8” across the bottom. They vary in condition but are generally very nice with minor scratch wear. None are cracked. Two are slightly shorter than the other two and it would appear that they have had chips removed and that the entire edge was ground so as to not have dips. Those two have a slightly dulled top edge and they both still have a tiny flake. Otherwise I see no other chips or damage. They are priced with the consideration of the noted damage.
Priced and sold as the set of four (4).
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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