A very fine and scarce flint glass water goblet in the Magnet & Grape pattern produced probably 4th quarter of the 19th C., the scarcity owing to the frosted leaf, most of which were unfrosted. The glass is clear but watery.
We have left the original collector's identification tag on the foot because it relates to its provenance from a socially prominent family in north Georgia whose matron passed away in 1939. You can see from the related picture the construction of the glass in 3 parts - foot, stem, and bowl - more labor than normal. Please contact us for details about the provenance.
Dimension: 5 3/4" h