This sweet, Eapg pattern glass *cordial, (or perhaps wine glass) was made by Bryce, Higbee Glass co., circa 1913. This Eapg pattern is called 'Hawaiian Lei', or 'Gala', and features a Lovely, rosette band around the middle, a paneled, knobbed stem, and the pretty rosette pattern repeating again, on the round footed base. This crystal, clear antique cordial / wine glass measures 3 1/2 inches tall X 2 inches across the top rim X 2 inches across the round base. In Excellent condition with NO chips or cracks, just a few Very minor surface scratches, to be expected ( magnified in the photos) and consistent with age. Glows a strong yellow-green under uv blacklight to further verify age! **Cordial glasses make Great Eapg pieces to collect, since they are small and were included in most Early American Pattern glass sets. Also, As a general rule Antique Eapg stems are named as follows: (give or take 1/2 inch!) 6 inch stems are called 'Goblets', 5 inch stems are 'Champagnes', 4 inch stems are called 'Wines' and 3 inch stems are 'Cordials'.