I don’t know much about Bryce Glass. They started in 1850 and eventually Lenox crystal bought the plant and the company. Their main facility was in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, which I actually visited as part of my day job in the mid 1980s. Even then the plant was obviously old but clean and the people seemed happy and busy.
We have had two stems that we know Bryce made; they show the lovely etches that Bryce was known for. If you have unknown stemware that is good quality, well made, then I suggest you check Replacements Bryce listings. To the best of my knowledge there are no books that cover Bryce, nor have I seen their glass featured in the general elegant glass encyclopedias.
Bryce #410 Lotus Etch is very like Dorflinger Lotus. The little circles below the flowers are different. The first stem is Bryce.
For reference, here is the Dorflinger sherbet. A kind eBayer contacted me when I had this wrongly listed as Bryce.
We have goblets with this next etch, but on a different blank. When I researched ours there were several listings that called this pattern “Paige” but I don’t know whether that’s an official Bryce name or a collector’s name. Replacements has the romantic name 854.
If you have Bryce stemware, could you please post pictures on our Facebook page?