These 6 goblets were produced in the U.S. by Steuben in the 1920’s. They are not signed, but the quality and workmanship are undeniable. They are 8 inches high and the mouth of the glass is 3 ¾ inches in diameter. Distinguishing characteristics of these glasses are as follows: they are hand blown and joined together in three parts; the glass is a fine powder blue crystal; they have bubbles intentionally formed in the bowl of the glass; they have applied reeding trimming the lip of the glass; they have a polished pontil on the foot. The stem of the glass is pulled and twisted. These goblets are elegant in form and design. They are in excellent condition.