EAPG Darling Grape Goblet 1890's Metz #891 Unknown Maker or Indiana Glass 1913 ?

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From our mother's collection of EAPG goblets, we have this puzzling Darling Grape goblet. Selected details include -
Pattern Names : Darling Grape and we have also seen Late Paneled Grape although the form isn't always the same as this Color : Clear Maker and Year : unknown maker of 1880's (Millard doesn't name a maker) or early 1890's (Metz doesn't give a maker, either) or if Indiana Glass, 1913 Height : 7" or 17.8 cm Widest Diameter : 3 1/2" or 8.9 cm Condition : There are tiny bubbles and straw marks or waviness to the glass and light surface scratches most noticeable on the underside of the foot.
References : Metz, Alice Hulett. Early American Pattern Glass . South Orleans, Massachusetts: Alice Hulett Metz Publisher, 1977, pages 80 and 81 #891. Millard, S. T. Goblets 1 . Holton, Kansas: Gossip, Printers and Publishers, 1938 and 1940, Plate 120. Unitt, Doris and Peter. American and Canadian Goblets . Peterborough, Ontario: Maxwell Review Ltd., 1977, pages 226 and 227. We welcome corrections and additional information.
This goblet has twelve arched panels with a vine running through it. Large clustes of grapes, leaves and tendrils hang
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