**FROM MY COLLECTION**
I am beginning to sell some of my own collection. This is a Westmoreland Shriner’s Champagne Glass that is Crystal Iridized and Decorated. This one is from the LOUISVILLE, KY Convention in 1909. This is dated on the glass. Have a look….
These is a heavy piece of glass for a Champagne. This has an OPTIC interior pattern. The exterior has Gold & Silver enamel as well as the Opaline enamel that seems to be exclusive to Westmoreland. This one has an Amber Glass Stem that forms Tobacco Leaves…2 are amber and 2 are gold decorated. This also has a Syria Sword applied to two sides of the Champagne. This piece sits flat on the base.
Lightly iridized as they all are…this one has better color than most because there is very minimal enamel wear. When I found another, I tried to keep what I thought was the best one.
~NO CHIPS OR CRACKS~
4 1/2 inches high.
3 1/2 inch top diameter.
3 1/4 inch base leave spread.