This early American pattern, also known as King's No. 25, must have been very popular in the Gay '90s because it was made in so many forms and colors. In addition to simply clear glass, it came in solid colors of amber, blue and canary yellow and the clear pieces were also available with the blocks in blue, amber, pink, yellow and amber.
Just a sample of the drinking vessels made in Finecut and Block... Gentlemen's goblets, Ladies goblets, champagnes (both straight sided and saucer shaped), wines, cordials and flat tumblers!
|This is a sampling of drinking vessels in the clear glass w/ amber stained blocks.|
|Pink pieces are rare.|
Pattern Pieces known
Many thanks to Bob and Pat
Tibbetts for sharing
pictures of their beautiful collection for this page.