Identifying a Drinking Glass?

I've been trying for years to obtain more glasses like this one, but have failed to identify or find on eBay. Any help is appreciated. Thank you so very much.


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December 7, 20200 found this helpful

Can you give dimensions: height, diameter at top of glass, ounces ? Are they pale yellow or only look that way from lights? Any other info, such as approximate age, manufacturer? As much info you can give will help.

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December 8, 20200 found this helpful

Fostoria, Anchor Hocking, and Hazel Atlas were the big makes of glasses that were similar to this. They remind me of ones we got either in a gas station or in a detergent box from the 60s or 70s. Is that the right time frame?

When you are searching, are you using terms like fade glass and the color (hard to tell if that is amber or yellow)? Also I would search for barware thick stem and that may yield some hits. may be able to identify it, but you will need a brighter photo--this one is a little too dark and has items in the background that will prevent the ID.

I am not affiliated with this site, but maybe they can help. They sell an amazing assortment of vintage glassware:

Perhaps they can tell you who made them and maybe they even have them in stock!!

Post back what you learn!! Thanks for sharing!

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December 8, 20200 found this helpful

Bed Bath and Beyond has some similar goblets listed, as Dailyware Goblets, however they are not the exact same. I hope you do find some more of these.

Have a blessed day!

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December 8, 20200 found this helpful


I did find a similar one at this location:

Here is a picture of it:

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December 9, 20200 found this helpful

This is an unusual glass but it is difficult to help you as we do not know the size of the glass and the actual color is not very clear.
It is always best to take pictures in an uncluttered area with a dark and a light background so we can see the true color and shape of the glass.
I have not found any glass like yours but I did find a couple of 'similar' so most likely your glass is by an unknown maker but perhaps one of the other members will have better luck with finding a brand name.

Here are the two similar glasses: the stemware is close but the stands (bottom) is different and no idea if the size is even close.

You can send a good picture to replacements and they may be able to help identify your glass.

This site has a lot of choices so if you send them a picture they may be able to help you.

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December 10, 20200 found this helpful

I remember my grandmother had a lot of these glasses. I know when she bought a new box of soap one came in them. I remember there were 3 different sizes of these.

I have also seen similar glasses to these in the store around here that have mustard in them. I own a lot of these because we go through a lot of mustard around here.

These really look like give away glasses. Have you ever tried to look in thrift stores in your area. A lot of people give these away because they are no name glasses.

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