This frosted glass goblet is a reproduction of the famous EAPG Gillinder pattern Westward Ho from the 1800s. Several companies produced these mid century copies in the 1960s and 1970s, most notably LG Wright and Westmoreland. While this was originally meant to be a water goblet, it would be a fun wine glass.
This old barware stem features 3 different embossed scenes around the frosted bowl, a log cabin, a deer and a buffalo. It is 6 5/16" tall and in great vintage condition with no chips, cracks or rubs.