What a stunning color palette! These early **EAPG hobnail beauties are begging for a perch on the sunniest window sill you can find.
Our set of five antique colored glass mugs embrace the traditional hobnail pattern that was so popular in the late 1800s through early 1900s. Although beautiful alone, when grouped together they are breath taking.
We purchased these mugs from a retiring antique dealer. The amber and light aqua mugs are attributed to Doyle & Co. in the 1880s. The other three footed mugs sport a rope or twist handle and are dated to the late 1800s as well. Not large at all, many of these mugs or cups were use by children back in the day.
**EAPG stands for Early American Pattern Glass or Pressed Glass.
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- FIVE early EAPG hobnail glass mugs or cups in various colors (as shown)
Good condition considering age and use of these old glass mugs. Scattered chips and roughness present around top rims, handled and feet. All hobnails are present and intact. Due to age, suggest use only for display. Hand wash and dry carefully if needed.
- Materials: glass
- Color: aqua, amber, citrine yellow, olive, deep blue
- Dimensions: measurements vary, but most are about 3.25" H x 2.5" across top without handle; handle adds about another 1"
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