A set of 4 signed cut glass goblets have the name Washington acid etched on the underside of each foot. Research shows there was a short lived Washington Cut Glass Company in the Seattle area circa 1911. While these were originally designed as water goblets, they are a very nice size for our wine consumption of today, holding just under 8 ounces, filled to the brim. Crystal stemware found in the attic of an old home turned into a boarding house in Mt. Vernon, Washington.
They are 6 1/2" tall, have a nice "ring" when tapped and the stems react slightly to the black light. Sometimes, under certain light, the bowls appear to have a very, very light purple tinge, but then I move and it's gone. All four are in wonderful vintage condition with no chips or flea bites, looking as though they were never used.
Please contact me with your zip code for a more exact shipping cost, as the amount varies considerably at this weight. It's a 7.20 to 12.75 spread, depending on if you live on the East Coast, or near me.