Pressed Rose Point Goblet

May 6, 2024 | Museum Monday Treasures

Today’s Museum Monday treasure from the Museum of American Glass in WV is a blown goblet with a pressed foot in the Rose Point design of the Cambridge Glass Company. Rose Point was Cambridge’s most popular plate etching and was in production for many years. The pressed version of this pattern was only made for a few years beginning around 1935. The goblet is 5 ¾” high with a diameter of 2 ½”.
Rose-Point-goblet

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