Antique Glass Pitcher trimmed with gold
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Sold Date: 04/01/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Furniture & Furnishings
"Grandma's " green glass pitcher set has been in the attic packed away for 30 years. I tried to research the piece and cannot determine the exact maker. EAPG Beaumont Glass circa 1898 resembles this pattern. Also Co-Operative Flint Glass Co. circa 1910. Grandma was born in Poland and came to US around 1910, so it's hard to determine, they both fit.The pitcher measures 8 1/2" tall at the spout, and 5" at the mouth. The four glasses measure 4 1/2" tall and 3" at the mouth. T is wear on the front rim of the pitcher and one glass has the gold trim worn away. T is also a chip on the bottom of one of the glasses. The pattern is of a climbing rose, in gold. Shipping is estimated, I think on the high side, but will adjust and send USPS or UPS with insurance, your choice. Thank you for looking!
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