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Bellflower Pattern | EAPG Clear Flint Glass Goblets

Regular price $22.00 $0.00

Flint Glass Goblet Description

This Early American Pattern Glass goblet is clear flint glass. The pattern is Bellflower and the variety is single vine, fine rib SV-FR, plain stem, rayed base, barrel shape. There are many variations of this popular pattern. 

Bellflower Pattern Glass Makers

It was first made by Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. in Massachusetts in the 1850's. It was later made by McKee & Brothers in Pennsylvania in the 1860's during the American Civil War and was subsequently made by other companies throughout the 1800's. 

Goblet Dimensions and Condition Details

Height:  6”

Cup Width:  3 1/4” and 3 3/8”

Base Width:  3 1/2”

Condition:  The goblet is in good condition free of any obvious flaws, but has two tiny pin head sized nicks near bottom of barrel.  

We have additional goblets in different variations of this pattern.

SHIPPING - We offer a custom shipping price for the purchase of more than one piece. Please contact us before checkout. 



Shipping

We ship products worldwide via Canada Post. Where possible, we ship all of our products with tracking and insurance at the most reasonable rate for the shortest delivery time. Shipping prices with and without tracking is a choice upon checkout for glass and pottery, but all prints are shipped insured. Custom shipping can be arranged upon request for all products. Inquire before checkout if you like shipping that is faster, more economical, or by a specific shipping carrier. 

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By default, order processing time is 3 business days regardless of what shipping service you have selected.  After 3 business days from your order date, your parcel will be scheduled to arrive within Canada in 5 days, in the USA in 10 days, in Europe in 15 days, and within 21 days everywhere else Worldwide.  Tracking provided will let you know how your parcel is being processed once it is out of hands, and we can not guarantee a specific delivery date if there are country specific delays that we are notified of through the shipping carrier.  

If you choose a custom quote and service that is not offered upon checkout than the terms of the carrier's speed and rate will be provided in the custom quote.

Some products include FREE Shipping in the purchase price.  By default each product is charged its own shipping rate.  If you would like to buy more than one product in one shipment then we suggest you contact us for a custom shipping quote so we can give you best rate for you package. 

Buy any three items and worldwide shipping is free! Enter this code at checkout: Buy3ShipsFree

Store Policies 

We provide an honest description on all items for sale based on experience and research to the best of our knowledge.  If we are uncertain as to the age or authenticity of a piece we have disclosed this in its product page.  We do encourage visitor input if you find errors or enhancement to the description of our pieces in the interest of education and accuracy.  We disclose any known condition issues, although since we only sell handmade, used, vintage, antique, and original art items we expect there to be age and handling related imperfections, variations, and a clear understanding that each original piece is unique as we do not sell mass produced products of any kind.  If you would like more specific information about an item you wish to buy that is not already disclosed on our product page or further photos of an item please contact us before purchasing. 


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