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Value of Vintage Glassware?

Does anyone know if these cups have value? I cannot find anything online about them. There are four in the box (Original box) Lace Bouquet no.412-76

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December 20, 20200 found this helpful

Today you would find these glasses listed under Tumbler Lace Bouquet (Corelle) by Corning. Here is a link to what they retail for:

www.replacements.com/.../16917

You can use that as a gauge for your starting price.

Post back how your sale goes!

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December 20, 20200 found this helpful

Replacements has all the glasses here:
www.replacements.com/search?query=corelle+lace+bouquet...

What they sell it for is more than what they would offer you.

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December 21, 20200 found this helpful

I think these may turn out to be about as confusing as your box of bamboo glasses on your other post.

It's very confusing when so many of the companies are interrelated so you can very rarely tell for sure who is making what.
It does not seem that this particular pattern was ever released under the Indiana Glass name - always under Corning - Corelle glassware tumbler.

There are so many similar glasses available that each pattern kinda gets 'lost' in the shuffle.
The glassware market is flooded with so many beautiful patterns, all brands, all sizes that a potential buyers can just about have choice of any and at very low prices.
There are thousands of all size/brands listed for sale but my market research site says less than 10% will ever sell (this research does not include the high cost brands that always bring big money).

eBay's sold list seems to prove this to be correct as very few glasses like this have sold over the past several months and the prices are low - less that $35 for set of 4 tumblers.
The 16 oz generally always has higher value (your set is 12oz).
www.ebay.com/.../i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2334524...

Replacements also sells on eBay:
www.ebay.com/.../363118748339?hash=item548b9062b3...

If you plan to sell both sets of glasses you might try listing them on sites like Facebook Marketplace, your Instagram, OfferUp, LetGo, and any other sites you are familiar with.
As to this set, you could start your price higher - $50 - plus reasonable shipping (caution - these are fragile) with offers considered and see how it goes. If no offer after several weeks/months then lower the price and wait again.

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