Can anybody tell me the name of this pattern? I bought six of these drinking glasses in blue, and would like to find a few more if possible. But no set of descriptive words I try in Google bring up these glasses.
These look like glasses given away in Duz laundry detergent and similar promotions in the 1950s and 1960s. I would have a dealer look at it if I were you.
I believe this is Recollection Blue by Indiana Glass ...the glasses/pattern is often described as a tall flat tumbler with light blue diamond pattern. Also sometimes called pint glasses.
There are some for sale on Etsy. Check prices. Etsy is often over priced.
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Following on from my post to locate the name and style and how to sell these glasses. I can't add pictures to my original post. I have the full set of champagne glasses, wine glasses, cherry glasses, etc. but I have no clue what they are called or worth.Thank you, please help. I had in-depth conversation with John Lewis, who without a product code could not help any further. I bought them from John Lewis in June 1991. Any info would be amazing, thank you.
I have a set of 8 Pasabahce 5" tall windowpane glasses and they are numbered on the bottom. Are they worth much?
I haven't found very many singles or sets in the 5 oz. size but there are a lot of other sizes listed for sale. Glasses are not fast sellers but there have been a few sold on eBay over the past several months.
You can look on eBay and Etsy for similar glasses to see asking prices but only a 'sold' item represents current value as this shows what someone was willing to pay for that item.
Here is a link to eBay's sold listings so you can see for yourself what glasses are selling for.
Remember when looking at listings that many sellers do not know this pattern is called 'windowpane' so that name may not be in their listings.
If you decide to sell your set I would recommend you try sites like Facebook Marketplace, IOffer, LetGo, OfferUp or any other sites you're familiar with.
These are the PASABAHCE Optic Block pattern. They consistently sell in the $3-$6 dollar a piece range. They are very fragile so unless you are a very experienced eBay seller and comfortable with the process to double box fragile items, you would be best sell them in a local venue. Thanks for sharing and for the extra photos.
I think everyone has been both correct but also incorrect about this question and the names of the glasses.
I made a mistake originally as I read the original question incorrectly and read the 5" glasses as 5 oz but then questions and answers became even more confusing.
I have a set of 8 Pasabahce 5" tall windowpane glasses
8 Pasabahce glasses 5" tall and hold 8 oz .
I think mine are 5 oz and I haven't found those.
However, the actual name was confusing so I asked a Pasabahce representative and this is what he sent me:
" These vintage Pasabahce glasses are in the Scotch pattern. The geometric windowpane Block Optic design has texture on the inside of the glass, the outside is smooth. Beautiful reflective quality and glass feels pleasant in your hand."
Does this Block Optic design describe your glasses?
He also said he has seen them called many names but the design is 'Block Optic", the name is 'Scotch", other names describe the glasses:
After reading this I found that Replacements has a few of these glasses and they also have the name listed as 'Scotch'.
So maybe when listings glasses you could place all of the names in the description and maybe have it all covered.
Here's wishing you great success with your sales and also a pleasant, safe Thanksgiving.
I have a set of vintage glasses that I need help identifying. Any advice will be much appreciated. I was unable to find anything with Google reverse image.
I purchased a set of 6 glasses many years ago at a garage sale. I've researched the archer, I believe this is the makers logo, however I've come up with nothing so I may be incorrect about that. I'm curious who the maker is? When they were made? I'm also very curious if these would be considered an "Industrial Age" design? What type of barware are they? High-ball glasses?
Thank you in advance, I appreciate any help with my mysterious barware set.
These are so groovy!! Definitely a mid-century modern design. The type is footed rocks glass. At one time there might have been a pitcher with the set, but this is really cool - and worth some significant coin.
Federal brand, pint glasses, usually sell in the $3-$14 each range. There are a lot on the market which drives prices down. Fewer up drives prices up.
Super fun find!!!
Hello! I recently bought a set of these glasses and am wondering if anyone knows anything about them? There is no manufacturer's mark on them anywhere.The only thing the woman at the shop who sold them to me could tell me was that they were likely from the late 1800s/early 1900s
I want to sell my sets of glasses. From cherry, champagne, whisky, red and white wine. Bought in 1991 John Lewis.Does anyone know the name for them and where I can sell them? I have six of each.
Are these cups worth anything? I cannot find anything online on these actual cups. I know by the box (Original box) they were delivered to a business that has been out of business for more than 30 years, in my area.It's a 24 piece set.
I'm not sure how accurate all of my thoughts and information really are but, although the box appears to have Anchor Hocking glasses, I believe these may really be another brand.
There are several mysteries about this set and the box.
1.) Box has Ravenscroft, LTD on the label - This is an investment group that did not come into existence until 2005 so it seems this was part of a group that invested in this supply company.
2.) It appears that Consumer & Industrial Products Group was also involved (restructuring companies) at the time this sale was made.
Sounds like a company in trouble but there is actually no company name on the label.
3.) Anchor Hocking appears to only be a 'Logo' on the box and does not mean the product inside is made by Anchor Hocking but that the company does sell Anchor Hocking.
4.) the only 'Bamboo' pattern I can find made by Anchor Hocking is called 'Tahiti Bamboo' and is an entirely different design than yours. Someone else may prove this incorrect and find a similar pattern by AH.
5.) It appears from searching that Libby makes this glass or a very close match.
6.) There may be a mark on the bottom of your glasses that could prove these to be either AH or Libbey.
Here are some examples of AH bamboo glasses:
The following set of glasses is a second set the seller has had for sale. they sold the first set but it had been posted for sale on eBay for over 2 1/2 years before the first set sold for $15.99.
This is not unusual for high volume sellers to leave items listed for long periods of time.
Libbey has a set called Bamboo but it does not appear to be the same design - just very close.
As to value - AH or Libbey or any other 'common' brand glasses appear to be selling (slowly) for about $5 each plus shipping but you would have to adjust the per piece amount lower if you're selling the complete set of 24 pieces.
Hopefully another member will be able to offer better information and it will be no mystery at all.
If no one does offer solid identification you might try sending your pictures to Replacements for help as they have a lot of Anchor Hocking glassware (but not your pattern). They do have a bamboo pattern listed.
Hi, I have a 16 piece set in pristine condition. I found out some info on the maker. I can't fine the pattern name or value. Can anyone help?
The history on these glasses is quite interesting. The company was founded in the 1930s. Later they moved to beautiful downtown Rahway, New Jersey. The company was known for lavish designs and the use of 22 and 24 Karat Gold over those designs, they gained notoriety and became highly collectible. In 1996 the company was sold. In 2018 the Culver glass company was back in business and now run by Moderne Glass Company. The original company signed their glasses from 1930 until 1970 with Culver, LTD in the script. You can find some of the glasses like the ones you have that have the circled C alongside or before the name. This signature came after the copyright implementation. The 1980s and 1990s had them using either foil labels or a rounded, block print with the copyright C and no LTD.
Here is a link so that you can see the original glasses that Culver had made. I searched here and did not find your design at all. www.pinterest.com/
On this site, you can see what Culver is making now. This is the Culver design or label that is used on the glasses that are now made by Moderne Glass Company. culverbrands.com/
As for pricing, this one would be hard to determine.
Culver designed and made beautiful glassware.
I remember when it was sold in high end jewelry stores - placed on velvet along with the high value jewelry and watches.
Sellers are quoting the name of glass pattern as 'Gold Rings'.
I'm not positive that 'gold rings' is the official name for these glasses.
I did find some of these glasses for sale but did not find any sold sets so current value could not be established.
One 8 piece set - smaller 'rocks' glasses - is listed on Etsy for $184 and the second set - 6 small drink glass - is listed with asking price of $82.50. These are asking prices.
Both sites have useful information.
Perhaps these asking prices will help you decide what would be a good starting point for an asking price but I think I would sell them in sets of 4 or 8 and be sure to add shipping cost.
If you want to search for more information you can ask your question on this site:
You can also ask Culver: