There are four rows of diamonds around the upper part of the bowl, with a little crosshatch inside each one, and closely-spaced petals rising up from beneath. The pedestal stems are stacked graduated spools. The broad, three-inch diameter bases are round. The glasses feel weighty, but elegantly so.These generous and distinctive stemware glasses are usually labeled as footed ice tea glasses, but they would also make excellent claret or pinot (Burgundy) swirling wine glasses for those of you who prefer something substantial, with their deep, straight-sided bowls. These goblets are 6 inches tall with a 3 1/8 inch diameter mouth. The stamp of Hawkes remains clearly visible on most of their bases, indicating the highly revered Hawkes Rich Cut Glass Works, established in 1880 in Corning, New York. This set dates from the 1920's, about 1925. Rims are smooth and unblemished.
With utmost scrutiny you might be able to see. 7 glasses have 3, 3mm or smaller trivial scratches near the bottom, outside of the bowl.
4 glasses have two or more symmetrically spaced, barely perceptible nicks in the base rim, likely from their production. 3 glasses have delicate glass-blowing stretch marks at the bottom of the bowl, and some will have a tiny bubble, all a result of their hand made production.Dimensions: 6 inches tall, 8 ounce capacity Weight: 7.4 lbs (3356.6 grams) total, glasses only tm. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Drinkware & Barware\Drinkware". The seller is "essexriverantiques" and is located in this country: US.
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