Atlantic Cable Fosters Design
One of the popular pieces of pattern glass made during the 1860s was called Cable. It was quite simple in design. A variant of this, Cable with Ring, was also made abut the same time.
The design was made to recognize the successful completion of the Atlantic Cable.
Other souvenirs were also available to help the buying public recognize and remember this important event. There were snuffboxes, handkerchiefs, pipes and a variety of glass and china novelties.
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