1911 Rochester NY Shriners, Westmoreland
Year(s) of Production: 1911
Pattern Description: The painted high relief scene includes a photographer, a camel and rider, and buildings in Rochester NY. At the top of the stem are 3 scimitars going up to the bowl.
Similar Patterns: 1908-1910 Shriners
About 1911 Rochester NY Shriners
The raised, painted pattern around this glass is made up of scenes of a photographer, a camel rider, buildings in Rochester, NY (the location of the convention for 1911). These commemorative pieces were commissioned by the Shriners organization. The base is 6 sided with 3 scimitars holding up the bowl of the champagne. It stands about 4 3/4″ tall and is about 3 3/4″ wide.
The detailed pictures are courtesy of C. Katsikas.