The Museum’s collection includes a thumbprint goblet made about 1850–70 by Bakewell, Pears and Company of Pittsburgh (1836–1882). One of the earliest pressed- glass patterns used in the Pittsburgh area, thumbprint was an imitation of more expensive cut glass, with concave oval facets that create a highly reflective surface. These reproduction tumblers are based on the nineteenth-century original.
Includes 4 tumblers. Available in amethyst, cobalt blue, or topaz. Semi-pressed glass. Dishwasher and microwave safe. 4 1/8''H x 3 1/2'' diam.; 8 oz. each.