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EAPG Water Goblet with Lion Head Stem

EAPG Water Goblet with Lion Head Stem

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Directory: Antiques: Decorative Art: Glass: American: Pattern Glass: Pre 1900: Item # 1333584
David Anthony
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Atlanta, Georgia 30009

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Impressive Early American Pattern Glass water goblet with frosted foot and stem concluding in 3 lion's heads. The base of the goblet bowl is formed with six panels and the sides are clear, flaring slightly as the sides rise to the rim. Condition of the glasses is excellent with no chips or cracks.

Most likely made by Gillinder & Sons c. 1877, after introducing this type of glass at the Centennial Exposition in 1876.

Dimension: 6 7/8" h

As an aside, this glass belonged Lenna Gertrude Clarke Judd (1865 - 1939) who lived her later years in Dalton, GA where she was a prominent philanthropist throughout the state. We have the full provenance of this glass goblet down to the present time, but do not publish it publicly given that two of the previous owners are still living.