The A.H.Heisey Co., was founded in 1895 in Newark, Ohio. From the inception of the business, Heisey glassware was often referred to be the finest crystal in America that was made by hand. The company ceased operations in 1957.
This lovely set of 4 goblets in the Colonial pattern, stem #300, was first introduced in 1899 and continued in production until 1944. The bowl consists of six looped panels which flow into the stem forming two gently rounded hexagonal spheres which rest on a round base. The height of these goblets vary slightly from 6 1/4" to 6 1/2"; they measure 3 3/8" across the top and 3 1/8" across the base. Each are marked with the "H" within a diamond on the base. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; several minor factory flaws. Goblets in this pattern are difficult to find. Very clear with no cloudiness.