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Hello, please could you help me identify the style of these glasses?

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December 23, 20200 found this helpful

What you have there is a vodka glass. I've seen them brought to the table in a bowl of chipped ice (easy to remove the thoroughly chilled glass because there is no foot) at a fancy restaurant. Cheers!

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December 23, 20200 found this helpful

It is a cocktail glass.

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December 23, 20200 found this helpful

You do not provide the size of your glass but it may be a vintage shot glass and although it is fluted, it was most likely used for Vodka.
I'm not familiar with the style names for these glasses but the heavy solid bottom is typically used for shots either in a restaurant or in your home.
I did find a few similar glasses so you can judge for yourself:
www.etsy.com/.../vintage-postmodernist-set-of-6-martini...
www.etsy.com/.../rare-wodka-gorbatschow-4-cl-vodka...
www.etsy.com/.../kosta-rondo-goran-warff-shot-glasses...

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December 23, 20200 found this helpful

I think you have a Kosta Boda glass...or how tall or how wide. I also can't tell if there is a pattern to it or not...so I am thinking it could be either a Kosta Boda Limelight pattern (not sure the measurements--it almost looks like a footed dessert glass):

www.replacements.com/.../160807

or a Kosta Boda Rondo wine goblet:

www.replacements.com/.../48734

A water goblet of one of the "unknown" or numbered patterns--which is when Replacements isn't sure the official name, they give it a number--they can tell you that if you can't find it yourself.

I could be wrong...it is hard to get an idea on the pattern, but the bubble is what I think of when I think of Kosta Boda.

I will keep digging.

Let me know if these are a match or ruled out once you look at them with the pattern in front of you.

Thanks!

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