This antique pair of wine glasses were produced in 1908 by John B Higbee Glass Company and are part of their Alfa pattern which is also known as Euclid, Rexford and Boylan. The two glasses are made of clear pressed glass.
They are slightly different in size. The taller glass measures 4 3/16" tall and 2 1/16" in diameter at the rim, the smaller glass is 4 1/8" in height and 2" in diameter at the rim.
In excellent condition neither one has any chips, nicks or cracks and just a little light wear from age or use.
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