Please ID this glassware

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Jerry Holzsweig, Feb 18, 2019.

  1. Jerry Holzsweig

    Jerry Holzsweig New Member

    5777AB3D-CE32-4547-AA83-45A87E80083C.jpeg C91EFAD9-BD64-49BF-93F5-9653D5173C00.jpeg 349C84A5-0125-459B-825B-73779DC97142.jpeg Anyone recognize these? They’re probably about 65 years old. If you have any idea of their value, that would be helpful also. Mom moved to a retirement community and is downsizing.
    Thanks.
     
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  2. Aquitaine

    Aquitaine Is What It IS!!!

    Hi Jerry and WELCOME to ANTIQUERS!!! It's a bit late tonite, and even though we're a worldwide site, it does slow down a bit in the late hours!! You're in the correct forum, but one I'm not well versed in! BUT, there ARE other members who are......hang in there/here....I'm sure others will be along eventually!!!! Your stemware looks lovely, although the first piece tends to look more like a 'spooner' to me......IF it's a little thicker than the others, and I could easily be wrong!!!!
     
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  3. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

    They are lovely......but unless they have a wanted name or are old..many many seniors are downsizing.....so the market is full of stuff that younger folks just don't want....
    Value...... a few bucks apiece...unless you have a full dinner serving for say 10 to 14 people......in which case the price will drop because no one uses...or wants to hand wash, that many glasses.
     
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  4. bercrystal

    bercrystal Well-Known Member

    Welcome the the forum Jerry!! :happy::happy:

    To possibly help you with the makers & patterns with this stemware we are going to need a couple more photos.

    First off the photos should be a straight on shot against a neutral background.

    Second if you could put something inside them so that we could see the design that would be very helpful. This type of clear glassware gives you a double effect because you see both sides at the same time.

    Third if you happen to have any water goblets in any of these patterns it would be helpful to see them also. Sometimes you can narrow down the maker by the shape of the stem.

    Fourth some measurements could also be useful. The height if nothing else, but the number of ounces (fill them to the rim) could help us rule out similar pieces.
     
  5. Any Jewelry

    Any Jewelry Well-Known Member

    Welcome, Jerry. Nice that you're helping your Mom.
     
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  6. Christmasjoy

    Christmasjoy Well-Known Member

    WELCOME Jerry !!! ... Joy. :)
     
  7. George Nesmith

    George Nesmith Well-Known Member

    These remind me of the imported giftware fro 50-60 years ago. Not bad but with changing tastes and collecting interests the market is soft.
     
  8. Jerry Holzsweig

    Jerry Holzsweig New Member

    This one is 7 inches tall and holds 11 ounces. B3ACCE50-8F52-41AC-82C4-1ECEDF4B5B96.jpeg 34FEBED3-4889-4179-8924-91D162632B3D.jpeg B3ACCE50-8F52-41AC-82C4-1ECEDF4B5B96.jpeg
     
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  9. Jerry Holzsweig

    Jerry Holzsweig New Member

    This one is also 7 inches tall and holds 11 ounces. 3DE5F74E-31F7-4B0E-B910-0453B2C7C64E.jpeg 3DE5F74E-31F7-4B0E-B910-0453B2C7C64E.jpeg 7C162777-8816-4704-913C-EB66AF4F1A3C.jpeg
     
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  10. Jerry Holzsweig

    Jerry Holzsweig New Member

    This one is 5 1/8 inches tall and holds a little under 12 ounces. Thanks again for taking a look at these.

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  11. Jerry Holzsweig

    Jerry Holzsweig New Member

    Above posts edited to add capacity of each.
     
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  12. Cherryhill

    Cherryhill Well-Known Member

    Thanks, the volume helps. The last one, 12 oz, would have been called an Iced Tea, in the middle of the 20th century. The 11 oz, probably also.
    The first, middle picture, the stem is/could be definitive. a better shot, or a good description might be meaningful to someone.
     
  13. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    I've been having trouble with your post in that while your glasses appear to all have the same cutting but the stems themselves appear to be from different patterns. Not only the stems but the top rims look different.
    Don
     
  14. Jerry Holzsweig

    Jerry Holzsweig New Member

    Thanks everyone. I guess they aren’t anything special. We’ll price them appropriately.
     
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