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Antique EAPG Glass Northwood Memphis Dolls Eye Drinking Glasses Tumbler Set of 7 Emerald Green Gold Gilt Victorian Glass Circa 1908

Antique EAPG Glass Northwood Memphis Dolls Eye Drinking Glasses Tumbler Set of 7 Emerald Green Gold Gilt Victorian Glass Circa 1908

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  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: antique glass, gold gilt
  • Favorited by: 9 people
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This is an antique EAPG Northwood Memphis pattern tumbler glass set in emerald green color with gold gilding / gold gilt decoration. You are buying 7 tumblers. Made by Northwood Glass Company circa 1908. Pattern is sometimes referred to as Northwood Memphis Dolls Eye. Just in time for Christmas, the emerald green color is truly stunning in person. No chips or cracks. Some straw marks and mold roughness as expected. Excellent antique condition. Please note there is wear to the gold gilding. Gold is still strong on the doll's eye center oval hobstar, but most of the gold is worn from the upper band. Each tumbler is about 4.25" tall. Some are marked with the Northwood "N" mark. A very attractive set and over 100 years old! Shipping is based on West Coast to East Coast. If shipping is far less, I will gladly refund.

Style: Victorian, Art Noveau, EAPG glass, antique glass, Victorian glass, Northwood Memphis Dolls Eye, drinking tumbler set.

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