SOLD! for $600.00.
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Collection of 19th Century Glassware, Belle Meade Plantation History, 32 total pieces. 1st item: Early American Pressed Glass or EAPG "Deer & Dog" pattern compote and cover attributed to Gillinder & Sons of Philadelphia, having a frosted glass dog finial to the top and an engraved hunt scene to the sides of the top and bowl. 13 1/2" H x 8" dia. Circa 1880. 2nd – 7th items: Set of six English Victorian lead glass wine goblets, all with engraved scene depicting a horse galloping through a forest, faceted stems and baluster knops. 6 3/4" H. Circa 1860. 8th – 32rd item: Assembled group of Victorian lead glassware, all with engraved designs, including ten tumblers/glasses with engraved pineapple and cartouche designs (4 1/4" H, 3 1/2" H) and fifteen glassware items with scrolling foliate designs to the bowl and foot, including eleven (11) cordials (4 3/4" H), three (3) champagne or sherbets (4 1/4" H) and one (1) wine/madiera (4 3/4" H). All circa 1880. CONDITION: 1st – 7th items: Excellent condition. 8th – 32rd items: 2 tumblers with chip to rim, remaining pieces excellent condition.