Vintage EAPG souvenir glass cup of Wichita, Kansas produced by the U.S. Glass Company. The glass pattern was known as “Lacy Medallion”,”Colorado” or “Jewel” and was produced from 1898 through 1920. It got the name Colorado, because it was part of a series of glass patterns used in honoring the States of the Union. This pattern known more widely as “Colorado” was made in the colors of blue, green, clear, clear with ruby stain, black and Vaseline. If the glass piece had feet it was called Colorado and if not, it was called Lacy Medallion or Jewel. This pattern was used often by the glass company to make souvenirs for state fairs and vacation destinations throughout America. Vintage Early American Pressed Glass souvenirs like this were very popular in the latter part of the nineteenth century and at the beginning of the 20th century. They were usually marked with dates, names or events. This allowed someone to have a personal memory of an event they had attended or a place that they had visited. This unique antique souvenir glass cup is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and has retained its original gold and amethyst coloring. The souvenir glass cup measures 2 ¾” high and 3” in diameter at the mouth of the glass.