« Last post by tonyatl on Today at 01:52:16 PM »
the Harcourt goblet resembles but is distinctly different than the one presented by matw, especially in the foot. the former has a faceted and slightly lobed foot whereas matw's is round and has a starburst under foot. there are other subtle differences as well.
however, this catalog does allow me to redate the goblet to early 20th century. I had assumed late 19th century because of the 2 part construction of the bowl and stem, a practice which I thought was obsolete by the early 20th c. however, this example proves otherwise. so I would place it c. 1890-1910.
it doesn't look like the Harcourt line is cut to clear or overlay, but that does not mean that the glass cannot be baccarat. my main point is that the general form could be found from other makers as it was rather popular - especially the sliced cuts.