Clear Glass Plate

(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840

(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840

(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840   (9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840
This is for a Set of (9) Water goblets glasses. You could use for wine too. (please read below about the possible reproductions info i have written). Measures: 5-1/2" tall by 3-3/8" wide top rim and 3-1/4 base. This is an early mold pressed glass pattern known as "French Lacy Flint" from c. They have a smooth rim border with no seams, then the 4 part mold starts the lacy pattern, the stem has a ribbed wafer in the center, and the base has a pronounced collar rim due to the pressed in Sunflower designs on the underside. There is an old archive that contains a drawing of this exact goblet luckily that survived to this day from 1840- that catalog was printed by the Launay Hautin Co. This goblet appears in the catalog with a few other shapes in this exact pattern, the goblet was noted as "Conical Shape #2108".

PLEASE READ THIS: This pattern is Extremely rare. Very few collectors have been able to obtain them.

I polled my Eapg collectors group and we do agree on the pattern info above, just know one is really sure if there were "clear" reproductions ever made (if there are repro's there should be more out there to find but these are extremely scarce). The reason why some think there may possibly be reproductions abound is because there has been a bright blue color and a medium green color that have popped up only a few times over the years- but these are also extremely scarce. However those colored goblets people think are the repros. That being said, I have no way of identifying whether or not there was repros made and how old these goblets are (these were an estate item). Please try researching this goblet with the info above and you will see how scarce they are.

Condition: They have the normal signs of age- like tiny little knicks along the top seam/ mold line where the pattern starts- these can be cause by molds and by these pronounced thin seams protruding outward and bumping into things over the years. But this is the extent of it really. There are no chips or cracks that would cause issues, top rims are smooth and bottom rims are good.

If they are vintage they are in good condition, and if they are 180 years old they are in excellent condition. Please note Pressed, molded or blown Glass has imperfections from the manufacturing process. These imperfections are inherited by production and not considered damage. However Any large imperfections that look real bad will be noted as major defects of course, but minor imperfections that often occur such as: color variations, creases/lines from molds, tiny air bubbles or small debris encased in glass is natural as not going to be scrutinized or considered damage. This is for 2 reasons- We sell antiques / vintage goods, therefore they are used, I provide photos of the exact items and not stock pictures so you can always see the exact item you will get. All of my items are insured against damage in transit. The item "(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c.

1840" is in sale since Monday, August 3, 2020. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Plates". The seller is "fine-dining-depot" and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri.

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  • Type: water goblets
  • Type of Glass: pressed
  • Color: clear
  • Material: Glass
  • Production Style: Flint Glass


(9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840   (9) Water Goblets Glasses, EAPG French Lacy Flint Launay Hautin catalog c. 1840