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New England Glass Company 19c POMONA Art Glass CORNFLOWER Pattern rare Punch Glass Cup...Mint Condition!!

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For your consideration, I am offering one, exquisite Pomona art glass Punch Cup in the Blue Cornflower pattern manufactured by the New England Glass Works.. Made in the United States...The cup depicts very pale amber scallops near the rim with a center band of pale blue cornflowers with its amber leaves..with its fragile thickness of glass, I presume it is a first grind..

Approximate measurements are 2.5 inches height by 2 3/8 inches top rim diameter.. Base in unmarked with a slightly concave, smooth fire blazed pontil..

This beautiful, vintage, labor intensive pomona process was manufactured and in production for only a few years (1885 to 1888 when the plant closed)..The pattern on this glass entails grinding (etching) the glass for the frosted effect, then staining the pale amber and blue area with either diluted nitrate of silver for the amber coloring and cobalt oxide for the blue area..

Light signs of previous use SHOULD be expected consistent with age and previous ownership...mint condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, fleabites, stains or cloudiness, ..Was treated with TLC from the previous owner..... A clean Example and in flawless condition for its antique timeline.....

I did take outdoor and indoor pictures for you to view this exquisite pattern on elegant glass with assorted backgrounds, any questions or additional pictures, please email me..

Exquisite and spectacular looking!!!

I do have other Pomona pieces available, will combine..

Facts on New England Glass Company:
In production from 1818 to 1888
The New England Glass Company was located in the Cambridge area of Boston and was incorporated in 1818. Deming Jarvis, the only one of the four owners with practical business experience, was to run the shop. Mr. Jarvis, born in Boston into a wealthy family, had working experience in the dry goods business before joining the NEGC..By 1849, NEGC was recognized as the largest glass company in the world with 500 employees. ..Many pieces were gold gilded or opalescent and in the 1880s, art glass types were developed including amberina, peach blow and pomona...In 1888, the plant was closed and moved to Toledo, Ohio where many of the workers continued to make fine cut glass under the name of Libbey Glass Company. One year later, the property of The New England Glass Company was sold and in 1921 the great chimney was taken down.
For your consideration, I am offering one, exquisite Pomona art glass Punch Cup in the Blue Cornflower pattern manufactured by the New England Glass Works.. Made in the United States...The cup depicts very pale amber scallops near the rim with a center band of pale blue cornflowers with its amber leaves..with its fragile thickness of glass, I presume it is a first grind..

Approximate measurements are 2.5 inches height by 2 3/8 inches top rim diameter.. Base in unmarked with a slightly concave, smooth fire blazed pontil..

This beautiful, vintage, labor intensive pomona process was manufactured and in production for only a few years (1885 to 1888 when the plant closed)..The pattern on this glass entails grinding (etching) the glass for the frosted effect, then staining the pale amber and blue area with either diluted nitrate of silver for the amber coloring and cobalt oxide for the blue area..

Light signs of previous use SHOULD be expected consistent with age and previous ownership...mint condition, free of chips, cracks, hairlines, fleabites, stains or cloudiness, ..Was treated with TLC from the previous owner..... A clean Example and in flawless condition for its antique timeline.....

I did take outdoor and indoor pictures for you to view this exquisite pattern on elegant glass with assorted backgrounds, any questions or additional pictures, please email me..

Exquisite and spectacular looking!!!

I do have other Pomona pieces available, will combine..

Facts on New England Glass Company:
In production from 1818 to 1888
The New England Glass Company was located in the Cambridge area of Boston and was incorporated in 1818. Deming Jarvis, the only one of the four owners with practical business experience, was to run the shop. Mr. Jarvis, born in Boston into a wealthy family, had working experience in the dry goods business before joining the NEGC..By 1849, NEGC was recognized as the largest glass company in the world with 500 employees. ..Many pieces were gold gilded or opalescent and in the 1880s, art glass types were developed including amberina, peach blow and pomona...In 1888, the plant was closed and moved to Toledo, Ohio where many of the workers continued to make fine cut glass under the name of Libbey Glass Company. One year later, the property of The New England Glass Company was sold and in 1921 the great chimney was taken down.

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Will be shipping out your package either Priority, Fedex or UPS, insured depending on size and location from Pennsylvania and tracking number...Will not ship out Parcel Post... USPS now double checks the size of the box - the larger the box, the higher the shipping price will be unfortunately...All shipping prices are estimated quotes.. Please email me with your zip code and state, can give you a exact price for shipping fee..
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I will try my best to protect prior to shipping by using bubble wrap, paper, and /or peanuts and at times double boxing for added protection plus Insuring each package....
Will be shipping out your package either Priority, Fedex or UPS, insured depending on size and location from Pennsylvania and tracking number...Will not ship out Parcel Post... USPS now double checks the size of the box - the larger the box, the higher the shipping price will be unfortunately...All shipping prices are estimated quotes.. Please email me with your zip code and state, can give you a exact price for shipping fee..
Please be sure that the address is the correct mailing address. If the address is different, please indicate so at the time of order. I cannot be responsible if I mail it to the address specified on your Paypal account it is returned and unable to deliver... You will be responsible for extra shipping costs.
INTERNATIONALLY - USPS First-Class International mail with tracking only until departure from the United States. Once the package leaves the U.S., it is no longer tracked...Also Please allow 3-6 weeks for international delivery. International buyers, please note that you are responsible for all VAT, import fees and taxes imposed by your country...

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The shipping fee INCLUDES the insurance in the price.. I am sorry for the higher shipping quote but unfortunately if you receive the item uninsured and is damaged or the package is lost, I lose out in the transaction..Also if the shipping seems off, send me a message with your zip code, I can double check for accuracy..

New England Glass Company 19c POMONA Art Glass CORNFLOWER Pattern rare Punch Glass Cup...Mint Condition!!

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Height: 2.5 inches
  • Pattern: Cornflower
  • Materials: Art Glass, Pale Blue Cornflower, Amber Rim
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