Thomas Hawkes established his factory in Corning, New York, in 1880. By the end of the century, his company was very well known for the very finest cut glass in America. In the early 1900's, Hawkes purchased many crystal and colored blanks from the Steuben Glass Works which he co-founded. The Steuben blanks which were decorated at the Hawkes Company and were sold as Hawkes, with no credit given to Steuben.
These pretty little Cordials are the “Delft Diamond” pattern with the number 6030 stem. They have been acid etched with the Hawkes trademark. Each is about 4 & 3/8 inches tall. They are in excellent condition with no apparent flaws.
Set of 4 Hawkes Delft Diamond Cut Glass Cordials or Liquors