This sherbet or saucer champagne is very good quality glass (excellent tone) and features an intricate, well executed trumpet flower etching. Based on the etching, the most likely maker is Monongah Glass. While these would likely get placed in the Elegant Depression category, they date to the earlier part of the 20th century (pre-Depression). Height is about 4 3/8" with a capacity of about 3 1/2 ounces.
Dimensions: Height about 4".
Company/Artist: Attributed to Monongah Glass
Decor/Glaze: unknown needle etch pattern
Estimated Date: 1910
Condition: is excellent with no damage and no repairs.
Price: $15 each plus shipping. (Four available.)
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