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Identifying Drinking Glasses?I bought some glasses in a thrift shop and I would like to know the name. I think the two water drops in the bottom means it from the brand Pasabahce but I'm not able to find more information about it. Can anyone help me identifying these glasses?
Identifying a Drinking Glass?Anyone know what type of glass it is? It is very heavy, looks like a tumbler. Rough on the outside, smooth inside. Cannot seem to match it with anything. Thank you
Looking for Info on Culver GlassesHi, 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?
Identifying Drinking Glass?I'm looking for the year this drinking glass was made and who made it. Also the value of the glass.
Replacement for Antique Glasses?My wife's great grandmother had passed these cups down to her and they mean everything. Unfortunately, our daughter had knocked the drying rack over breaking all of the glasses but this one. They are from about sometime in the 50s to 60s. The stamp on the bottom is 2L4.
Value of Glasses?I have a couple of them at almost perfect condition and four not that good.
Tumbler Glasses with Gold Emblems?I found these drinking glasses in my grandmother's kitchen cabinet. I think they may be from the 40s, 50s, or 60s. I don't know what the gold emblems represent. A friend said the gold might be 22K or 24K, but I have no idea what they are or what company made them, I just know they are old. Thank you.
Identifying GlassesFound two glasses today that I need help identifying. Based on this thread, I've learned it could be Circleware or Pasabahce brand based on the double teardrop stamped on the bottom. There's also the number 23 stamped on the bottom.