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Help in identifying stemware/glassware

Posted by tngal_2010 (My Page) on
Fri, May 14, 10 at 16:29

Hi, All

I'm trying to find out who made this stemware. There is no mark on the glass. I have a set of martini glasses ( I think that's what they are). Photos are here
http://twitpic.com/1nrlac
http://twitpic.com/1nrktm
http://twitpic.com/1nrqbb

The juice glasses have the same engravings as the sherbert.

Thanks for any help you can give me. I'd like to know if these are worth anything before deciding what to do with them. Thanks!

I'm posting an additional link just in cases these don't show up.
Jean

Here is a link that might be useful: Martini Glasses


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RE: Help in identifying stemware/glassware

They are lovely...Wheel cut decorations, pressed stem....1930-ish.
Send that photo to Replacements.
And yes of course they are worth "something" and the more of them you have the more each is worth.
Linda C


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RE: Help in identifying stemware/glassware

I sent a picture http://twitpic.com/1nrlac to Replacements and received the following: I actually sent the request to the "Research Department" but still got a response as if I had asked to purchase this pattern. Oh well, at least I can describe it better now.

Prices on inventory currently available in your pattern(s) as of 05/16/2010

Pattern: UNK3370 by Unknown Crystal [UNKUNK3370]
Description: Cut Wheat Design On Bowl, Optic

This e-mail is to confirm that we have you in our files for the above
pattern. We are sorry that we do not currently have pieces in this pattern
in stock. We will continue to send you e-mails from time to time as a
reminder that we still have you in our files and continue to search for
pieces in your pattern. We will notify you by e-mail when stock becomes
available. If you have not yet indicated to us specifically which pieces
you need, please call or e-mail us your specific requests so that we may
better serve you in the future. Thank you


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RE: Help in identifying stemware/glassware

Sooo....they don't know any more than you or I do....but they are checking on it! LOL!


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