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Do you recognize these juice/water glasses?

Posted by janepa (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 6, 11 at 9:40

I bought these glasses at a family member's estate sales, but do not know much about them. They are dark blue with a raised white design of a girl, boy and a dog etc. on the outside. They are 4 3/4" high and have a 2" opening. There are no manufacturer marking that I can find. I believe they are from 50 - 70 years old. Years ago manufacturers of laundry soap, etc would include 'gifts' in the product cartons as an incentive to buy. I thought this might be one such item. I have a total of 8. I am trying to go with the idea of 'less is more', and downsize. I will either pass these along to my daughter/granddaughter if they want them, or possibly sell them. How do I find out what price I should ask for them?
Thank you. Jane

Sorry these are so large.


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RE: Do you recognize these juice/water glasses?

I think Libby Glass made those. They are in the Mary Gregory style.

Here is a link that might be useful: Libbey glass


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Confirmed

I googled around a little and found it in numerous sources, including Replacements. It is Libbey/Rock Sharpe and discontinued in 1974.


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RE: Do you recognize these juice/water glasses?

Thank you for your help. I had no idea who the manufacturer might be, but once one knows it sure helps. Jane


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