Westmoreland 1776 Colonial Water Goblets Wine 4 Vintage Olive GreenWestmoreland 1776 Colonial Water Goblets Wine 4 Vintage Olive GreenWestmoreland 1776 Colonial Water Goblets Wine 4 Vintage Olive GreenWestmoreland 1776 Colonial Water Goblets Wine 4 Vintage Olive GreenWestmoreland 1776 Colonial Water Goblets Wine 4 Vintage Olive GreenWestmoreland 1776 Colonial Water Goblets Wine 4 Vintage Olive GreenWestmoreland 1776 Colonial Water Goblets Wine 4 Vintage Olive Green

Set of 4 vintage mid century Westmoreland Glass olive green water, of course can be used for wine, goblets in the 1776 pattern, commonly called Colonial. They measure 6.5 inches high, a hair over 3.5 inches across the rim. Excellent condition all, NO issues. These are from my own collection of tableware, and I have another 4 listed today as well, but I need to thin out my personal use table items to downsize, so off they go to a new home. They are wonderful for Fall especially, and the green works so well with so many china patterns that we use in Fall. I love Autumn table settings and have way too much at this point, though I love and used it all back when I entertained more. VERY heavy.


*Payment expected at time of purchase for single item purchases. Happy to combine shipping for multiple items for actual cost only. No discounts. No shipping outside of USA. See my shop’s Terms Of Sale for details – a great time saver!
ITEM ID
rl26207
STYLE
American Colonial, Revival
CREATOR
Westmoreland Glass Co.
COLOR
Green
TYPE
Mid-Century Glass
ORIGIN
United States • American
PURPOSE
Glassware, Goblets, Stemware
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

Westmoreland 1776 Colonial Water Goblets Wine 4 Vintage Olive Green

$24


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