Early American Pattern Glass, also known as "pattern glass", "pressed glass", or Victorian glass, is pressed glass tableware which was made during the Victorian period ca 1850-1910. It was made as a response to the higher priced European glass that most people could afford . It was made only in America. Nearly all early glass was hand made, and may have light surface lines and swirls which are the result of the production methods that were used. Some items will have included glass bubbles and mold seam lines . this is normal and acceptable for EAPG glass.
These 4 cordials are all the same shape, but only three of the 4 have the same pattern. They are each 3 & 1/2 inches tall and free of chips or cracks. The grape pattern cordials have a plain background and individual clusters of grapes with a small amount of foliage. The flower cordial has a three paneled background which is separated by zipper columns.
4 EAPG Cordials ...Set of 3 and 1 Extra