Not interested in buttermilk? I am certainly not! These would make great dessert dishes. Just fill the glass with cake, ice cream, and a favorite topping and you have a yummy treat and a beautiful presentation.
This set of goblets features the Bellflower pattern, considered by most early glass scholars to be one of the earliest patterns created to include a full line of serving pieces. The goblets are also made of flint glass. Flint glass has a high lead content and has great clarity. There were many makers for this pattern. These are believed to be a product of the McKee Brothers Glass Company and were posibly made as early as the 1860s.