The original Weston Glass Company (1913-1932) was founded in Weston, West Virginia. In 1920, Louie Wohinc, who later founded The Louie Glass Company of Weston, became manager. The company was deeply involved in the production of crystal and colored pitchers, tumblers vases and tumble ups. After Louie Wohnic became manager, molds were sometimes transferred between The Louie Glass Company and the Weston Glass Company to facilitate timely delivery of orders. Trade publication advertising, trade shows and catalogs were also a joint venture. Therefore, it is sometimes difficult to tell which of the Louie Wohnic directed companies made a particular item. In mid 1932, the factory was destroyed by fire. In 1944, Louie Wohnic founded a new glass factory called the Weston Glass Company. This later company was only involved in the production of crystal glassware.
This lovely set of 5 goblets, from the elegant glass era, would have been produced by the latter Weston Glass Company, circa 1940's. They are known as pattern 905-2 and consist of a clear bowl with a cut floral and band design on a green, smooth, wafer stem. The goblets measure 6 7/8" in height and 3 1/4" across the top. There are no cracks, chips or repairs.