David Anthony

EAPG Westmoreland Heavy Paneled Grape Milk Glass Goblet

EAPG Westmoreland Heavy Paneled Grape Milk Glass Goblet

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Directory: Antiques: Decorative Art: Glass: American: Pre 1900: Item # 1334220
David Anthony
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PO Box 630
Atlanta, Georgia 30009

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A high quality milk glass goblet paneled with 9 facets and decorated with 3D grape and leaf design, most likely Westmoreland No. 1881. Stem is also faceted, standing on round foot. The "milk" alternates between translucence and opacity. This goblet is early 20th C. and in excellent condition.

We have left the original collector's identification tag on the foot, as it relates to the complete provenance of the glass. The goblet was originally owned by Georgian philanthropist Lenna Gertrude Clarke Judd (1865 - 1939) who lived her later years in Dalton, GA after moving from New York City in 1903. The estate passed to her son Morton, and then to his son Hubert. Mrs Judd's mansion was subsequently acquired by a new family in 2000, still containing this goblet. Because the latest two owners, prior to my acquisition, are still believed to be living, we will not disclose their names in this listing.

White is easily the most common color for milk glass, so it is quite a treat to find something in this uncommon bluish hue.

Dimension: 6" h