Early Flint Goblets for Sale
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OVERSHOT This 7 3/4" tall flint goblet has white air twist in the 6 sided paneled stem. The top edge is ground. See close-up of base HERE.
$545
This amber Cut-To-Clear flint 6" goblet is of European descent. The cuttings are grapes & leaves. It has a nic on the top rim & an internal 1/4" slit in the base. $65 OVERSHOT white cased glass flint Goblet w/ gold on outer top rim and at stem rings. See also HERE.
7 7/8" tall.   
$525
LINCOLN DRAPE  The "Prince" of flint goblets
is 5 3/4" tall & heavy flint. Made by Boston Sandwich in the 1860s to commemorate our 16th President.
We have four in 'like new' shape for $75 each
or all 4 for $240!
PRISM & SAWTOOTH
from the 1860s- Pic in Metz II. 5 3/4" tall.
$55
BULLSEYE - Knob Stem
1860s Maker uncertain.
It is 5 3/4" tall.
$85
FOUR ROW HONEYCOMB
with engraved wreaths encircling the top margin. 6" tall, glass is thin w/ exquisite ring.  $95
RIBBED PALM OMN
Sprig by Boston Sandwich ca. 1860s.  6 1/4" tall with rayed base. It is has a base edge nic see HERE $55

MAGNET & GRAPE W/ FROSTED LEAF & AMERICAN SHIELD
A rarity made by the Boston Sandwich Glass Co.  It is 6 1/2" tall    **SOLD**
WAFFLE & THUMBPRINT W/
knob stem
$145
We have two WAFFLE & THUMBPRINT aka PALACE pattern goblets.  They are both flint and
6 3/8" tall.  Made by Curling Robinson ca. 1856.
WAFFLE & THUMBPRINT W/
bulbous stem
$110
EXCELSIOR W/ MALTESE CROSS from the 1860s by an undiscovered mfg.  We have 2 @ $85 each KROM is a very early, very
heavy flint 5" tall goblet.
From ca. 1845, the maker is unknown. It has a rough
pontil seen HERE. **SOLD**
OVAL MITRE is a McKee Bros. pattern c 1865.  We have 1 in flint for $58 &
1 non-flint for $38.
HUBER aka Cape Cod #22
This is a set of 3 flint, low lead, matching goblets.
They are 5 1/2" tall.   None of them are tilted - our camera just can't take photos that are not skewed at the wide edges.
The undamaged set of three is **SOLD**
HERCULES PILLAR
This goblet is 6 3/4" tall; clear & flint & has a rough pontil mark.
A Bakewell Pears product ca. 1850s. **SOLD**
STAR IN CIRCLE
A rare FLINT goblet per Metz, by an unknown maker in the 1850s. It is not high quality glass. **SOLD**
STEDMAN was made by McKee Bros. ca. 1864.
It is 6" tall
**SOLD**
ASHBURTON
#A005 Made by many factories ca. 1850s & 60s.  No pontil; step design under bowl.
Metz II   
**SOLD**
ASHBURTON Eight of the 'thumbprints' in the pattern have been
free hand engraved with
the "vintage grape"
decor. It is heavy flint,
6 1/8" tall & gorgeous!
$155

ASHBURTON was made
by the New England
& other glass companies during the 1850s & 60s.
It is a little cloudy in
the base. $55
SENECA LOOP made by a number of early glass companies.  This one is flint & 5 1/2" tall.
$55
ASHBURTON
This one has a chip & 2 flakes on the base & an inner mfg flaw.  $25
LINCOLN DRAPE
WITH TASSEL a rare
Boston Sandwich 1870's goblet. A great find!
$450
ELONGATED HONEYCOMB is Flint from the 1860s by an unknown maker.  $55 BAKEWELL BLOCK is one
of the premier flint
patterns by Bakewell
Pears ca. 1850s. $220
FINE RIB aka
REEDED by the New England Glass Co. ca 1860s in. $75
BELLFLOWER
Fine rib/ single vine.  It is 6 1/8" tall w/ rayed base to the edge which has a small flake on top seen HERE.  $65
BELLFLOWER
fine rib, single vine,
Barrel bowl. Boston Sandwich 1860s.
(#124)   $65
BELLFLOWER aka
(#289 & #290); 6 1/8" tall Fine Rib, Single Vine. Rayed base w/ ribs halfway to edge. 1860s. #289  $58.
#290 rim nic seen HERE. $25
LOOP & OVALS is a relatively obscure
pattern shown in Metz II.  She says
"Clear flint from the 60's".
We have a pair of these 6" tall beauties
for $55 each or the pair for $88.
THUMBPRINT aka
Baby Thumbprint. 
It is 5 3/4" tall by Bakewell, Pears
ca. 1850s.  $58
BLAZE & MIRROR
aka Fluted Icicle. Maker
Uncertain  ca. 1860s
per Unitt.
$95

RIBBED LOOP
This is an English
FLINT goblet with
a Registry Mark.
Pic Metz II pg 12.

$65

HORN OF PLENTY
made by Boston Sandwich. 
We have 2 original flint
goblets **SOLD**.
We have 2 reissues from
the 1960s - 6" tall & $45 each.
FROSTED LEAF
by Boston Sandwich ca. 1860s.   This is the 5 3/4" tall 'ladies' size.  It is a little squiggly on
the base.
$255
WAFFLE & THUMBPRINT
a really early pattern
ca. 1856 by Curling Robinson. It is crude glass with a rough pontil. 6 1/4" tall.
$45
TREE OF LIFE - the
Portland Glass Co. pattern. It has the all-over pattern on the
stem and foot ca.
1870s. 5 available
@ $125 each.
HERCULES PILLAR
1850s by Bakewell & 
Pears.  Low flint,  crude
with a rough pontil mark.
See base roughness HERE. $75

GOTHIC by
Union Glass Co.
ca 1860s. It is 6" tall with the rayed base.
**SOLD**

BABY THUMBPRINT by Bakewell Pears ca. 1850s.
We have 2 for
$95 each.
LOOPS pattern of
undiscovered origin or pattern name.   It is heavy flint; has 10 loops. Is 6" tall. #A059  
See Inside HERE. $75
INVERTED FERN
A Boston Sandwich pattern from the 1860s. See the Fern Inverted HERE.  6 3/8" tall. We have 2 @ $70 each.
FLUTE
#284 Pattern made by many glass factories. 6" tall.   $75
TACKLE BLOCK
a very heavy 6" tall
goblet - maker & dates unknown. Metz reports it is non-flint, but this goblet is flint.
See also HERE.
$85
FLUTE #447
We do not profess to know these various
makers or exact dates of production.
We do know it is flint glass. It is shown in Lee Pl. 1 & it is 5 1/2" tall. $65
FLUTE or LOOPS
WITH CUT PANELS
is a goblet we are unable to attribute to a maker. The hand cut panels are all the same size, but they are not spaced exactly the same from top to bottom on the bowl. $115
NEW PRESSED LEAF  aka NPL by McKee Bros.  ca. 1860s. 
It was patented by H. S. MCKEE Patent No. 2825, NOV. 5, 1867.
The goblet on the left is intricately engraved with oak leaves and
tiny acorns (close up of engraving in center photo) **SOLD**
The one on the right is the standard undecorated version $55
We have 4 non-flint versions in our Fourth Goblet Store for $36 each.
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