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Central Glass Works Balda Pink #1442 Water Goblet

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The Central Glass Works -
Pattern: Balda -
Item: #1442 Pink Balda Water Goblet -
Color: Pink -
Circa: 1930s -
Description /About: #1442 Pink Balda Water Goblet: 7" H - 3 1/4" W -

Condition: We are pleased to offer for sale a beautiful water goblet in the Balda pattern. This etching is on the elegant #1442 blank. The etching is fabulous. Our goblet is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. The color is outstanding. We have duplicates of this wonderful stem. They are all in the same undamaged condition as the one shown. Please check the listing to see how many of them are still available.





Central Glass Works Balda Pink #1442 Water Goblet

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Central Glass Works #1442 Pink Balda Water Goblet

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Company Maker: The Central Glass Works

Pattern: Balda

Item: #1442 Balda Water Goblet

Color: Pink

Circa: 1930s

Condition:  We are pleased to offer for sale a beautiful water goblet in the Balda pattern.  This etching is on the elegant #1442 blank.  The etching is fabulous. Our goblet is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. We have duplicates of this wonderful stem.  They are all in the same undamaged condition as the one shown.  Please check the listing to see how many of them are still available.

Description /About: #1442 Pink Balda Water Goblet: 7" H - 3 1/4" W

POSTAGE AND INSURANCE ON THIS PRETTY ITEM IS CALCULATED. PLEASE REFER TO THE SHIPPING TAB IN THE LISTING.

Balda Pattern Close up on Water GobletBalda Etch No. 410 - (1920s - 1930s) (crystal, amber, blue, green, pink (2 Tone Colors) ) This stunning etch was made by The Central Glass Works in the 1920s and 30s. Balda is a busy etching which features a swirled floral motif. The etch can be found in two variations.  The early 1920s etch is thicker and more dense.  The later version is found most often on Depression Era pieces, and is more delicate and thinner in design. This lovely pattern was designed by Joe Balda.  This was the largest pattern line created by Central Glass Works. A full dinnerware service is available. This includes a dinner plate and plenty of serving and accessory items. The availability of different colors and shapes helped to make this pattern popular in its heyday. Today an abundance of stemware and accessory pieces can still be found.  The beautiful shapes, colors and availability make this pattern a hit among collectors today.


Merchandise is guaranteed as stated in the description. All items are carefully examined before listing & again before they are packed. If any errors are made in the representation, a full refund will be issued upon return of the item. Items must be returned via the same manner in which they were shipped. If you wish to ship in another manner, other than the one we have provided please get in contact with us..


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OUR US POSTAGE AMOUNTS ARE SHOWN IN THE SHIPPING TAB WITHIN THE LISTING. WE DO OFFER COMBINED SHIPPING. AS LONG AS YOU PURCHASE YOUR MULTIPLE ITEMS FROM THE SAME LISTING AT THE SAME TIME OUR CALCULATED POSTAGE WILL REFLECT THE DISCOUNT. IF NOT PLEASE ADD ALL ITEMS TO THE CART AND WRITE US BEFORE PAYING FOR YOUR ITEM AND WE WILL SEND YOU A REVISED INVOICE. WE CANNOT SEND A REVISED INVOICE AFTER THE PAYMENT HAS BEEN MADE.

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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Central Glass Works
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM #1442 Balda Water Goblet
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING Balda Etch
COLOR Pink
CIRCA 1920s -30s

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