“Lariat is the original name, although Heisey first referred ti the pattern as Gordian Knot……..The inspiration for this pattern was supposedly from the twisting of a heavy gold watch chain.” (page 300).
I have seen these online with both the clear and frosted stems. These are the clear.
There is a great deal of detail to the rooster, including teeny eyes.
I have to admit that they aren’t really my cup of tea, but I suppose bird lovers may enjoy them!
This is a pressed pattern called Beaded Swag. I don’t know if this glass is considered milk glass or not. I wouldn’t think so. Neither do I think it is custard glass. I have seen it called ‘opal’, but it is not ‘opaline’. So….for the sake of not making a big boo boo, I am calling it ‘white’ glass’. That’s relatively accurate!