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Kings Crown Glass - U.S. Glass Co. - 4016-1 - Goblet, 9 Oz

Piece Information
Manufacturer:U.S. Glass Co.
Manufacturer History:
Catalog Number:4016-1
Pattern Name:Dubonnet / King's Crown
KCG Owned:Yes
Dimensions:Height: 5 1/4" to 5 5/8"
Open Diameter: 3 3/8"
Stem Information:Stemware - Large
Seam Count:3 (excluding stem)
Thumbprint Count:9 (excluding stem)
Star/Ray Present:No
Pressing Style:Hand Pressed
Staining Style:Hand Painted/Stained
Set / Collection:Individual Piece
Piece Family:Unique Piece to the Pattern
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How the panels of pressed glass were formed. Hand pressed were typically thicker, resulting in a deeper thumbprint. Machine was thinner, as too thick and machines couldn't release.
How glass is stained. Normally this is a painted on substance that once refired causes a lasting colored stain. Metalic colors are slightly different and were always hand-painted.
Color / Year Information
ColorRange
Crystal1946 - 1962
Crystal with Cranberry Stain1946 - 1962
Crystal with Ruby Stain1946 - 1962
Milk Glass1952 - 1962
Crystal with Copper Band1956 - 1962
Crystal with Gold Band1956 - 1962
Crystal with Light Blue Stain1958 - 1962
Gold (all-over)1960 - 1960

As staining can be done at any time against the glass, variants are possible. Our standard colors reflect only those known to have been applyed by the manufacturer.


Notes
There are 9 thumbprints around the primary band, and 3 seams.This is substantially bigger than the ones produced by Indiana Glass and Colony, both in size and in weight. The Milk Glass offering is generally the same as the standard glass, but a little smaller base.

Catalog Name:
Goblet , 9 Oz
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Description:Stemware - Large
Dimensions:Height: ~2"
Base Diameter: 3 1/2"
Mould Count:1
Seam Count:3
Thumbprint Count:6
Tooth-band Count:1
Machine Pressed:No
Pressing Clarity:Average: Definitions/Details visible with some softening
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