This is an antique, EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass), McKee Glass (1860’s) / Boston & Sandwich (1840’s) “Bellflower” footed sugar bowl w/ lid. Both companies produced the exact same pattern, therefore I am not sure which company actually produced this goblet.
This piece has a ribbed bowl, with a horizontal ribbon of flowers along the middle of the bowl. The stem is hexagonal, and the mold lines run all the way to the outside edge of the base. It is also ribbed, on the bottom side, and you can feel the circular point where the glass was removed from the mold.
The footed sugar bowl is in excellent, used condition. The lid has a few places on the rim where there are pieces that are shaved off. They are tiny, I just wanted to be totally honest. I took pictures so that you can see for yourself. Most of the time I would not even list an imperfect item, but due to the age and rarity of this item, I made an exception.
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