I think this is the first time I have ever had any pieces in this etc, although I can’t remember for sure! It is pretty and of course resembles the “June” etch in many of its details. My understanding is that the bows are the significant difference.
If you want an audio/visual description of the differences between the two etches check out this video by Catlady Kate.
I think the Cobalt pieces are still my favourite. I love the rich, red blue. However I find all of Cambridge’s colours that I have seen ‘live’ to be very attractive. I think I have already posted the pieces in the red separately, but thought I’d put these all together for comparison.
Here are the 4 1/4 inch cocktail glasses in Carmen (red) and Amethyst (purple). Also pretty.
Posted on January 16, 2016
But this pretty piece fits the bill. While I never did acquire a water goblet in all of the produced colours, I picked up three of these glasses some time ago. I looked through my book in Cambridge’s colours and think that this is their Forest Green. A very rich shade.
September 15, 2013
Isn’t this gorgeous???? I almost bought three of these pieces in Cambridge, Mass. I was sorry that I hadn’t bought them, so I have been looking out for them since.
The photo doesn’t show the colour to its fullest richness. This is a beautiful, deep blue.
This pattern, 1066, was also made in clear, red, amethyst, moonlight blue, gold and green. I like the blue the best, but it occurs to me that a set with one of each colour would be attractive too!