Luxury American Glass Before WWII
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Hawkes' master engraver William Morse created the Edenhall Goblet in his spare time in 1920 when business was slow at Hawkes. It was based on Sir Walter Scott's poem The Luck of Edenhall. Apparently it was a one-off, and sold at auction January 11, 2008 for the staggering sum of $60,000!
William Morse's 11" Edenhall Goblet, 1920, Hawkes Glass Company, Corning NY
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