The following was excerpted from the Dufferin County Museum Archives
"A clear wine/sherry glass cut with two twelve-petal Corn Flowers each with a leaf spray. The stem has a ball formation at the base of the foot.
A clear, "Line 73" shot glass, also referred to as a "sherry glass" (CFID 73/7/3). This piece is cut with the "Corn Flower" pattern. It was sold by the W.J. Hughes "Corn Flower" Glass Company. Inspection of the cutting dates this piece to ca. 1960. The this piece is identified as "Line 73". The manufacturer of this glass blank is unidentified, but is likely European.
"Line 73" was one of the most popular and longest running lines carried by the W.J. Hughes "Corn Flower" Glass Company. The line was introduced in the early 1910s and carried continuously until the company ceased cutting in 1988. Over the years, the glass blanks were produced by several American and European glass manufacturers, including: Tiffin Glass Company, Louis Glass Company, West Virginia Glass Specialty and factories in Czechoslovakia, Germany, Belgium and Hungary."
In excellent condition, no chips or cracks.
Measure 2" x 3-3/4"