I don’t even know how old these glasses are. They have bubbles through the stems and bowl which indicates they have been hand blown so I assume they are mid to late twentieth century….but…..could be way off base.
They caught my eye for a number of reasons. The bowl has a very shiny sheen and is such a nice crisp shape. The stem is a dark amber with a honeycomb finish.
At slightly over 7 inches tall I have to assume that they are water goblets. I think they would look great with a cocktail in them however.
Although these aren’t my normal style, I found them very attractive. I’d love to identify them.
I have neglected my poor little blog. Not for lack of items to profile, but because of work, gardening (kind of – still cold here in Ontario), volunteer stuff, but…mainly because of my new first grandson – a/k/a Mr. Adorable.
However I have a few minutes and wanted to post an addition to this pattern.
I am assuming that this is the water goblet. It stands 7 1/4 inches tall with an opening of 3 1/2 inches. Medium to wide optic.
Replacements.com identifies this as stem #5093.
Original post – March 15, 2015
This is etch #275 – Vesper in line #2324. Replacements.com has it produced from 1928-1933.