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Nootch's items1 of 38Stoneware Gouda Liquor Jug?Royal Worcester Parian Figure, circa 1862
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    Posted 8 years ago

    Nootch
    (38 items)

    Howdy: I purchased this set of glasses about 10 years ago from an antique mall - they were wrapped in old newspaper. There are 4 styles (10 glasses each style). I think they are circa 1900. Not sure of the maker - Stevens & Williams? Beautifully etched and they ring forever. An ever-so-slight pink tint. The pictures are the best I can do. I appreciate any help with the ID. Regards.

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    1. wksgibson wksgibson, 7 years ago
      Maybe check Cambridge Adonis cutting? Not sure, having a hard time seeing pattern (as I do with all clear glass)
    2. kivatinitz kivatinitz, 5 years ago
      it is a pitty we can not here the glasses one against the other neither feel the cold in the lips wonderful
    3. LAGlass, 3 months ago
      Something about the polished cutting on these reminds me of the work done by Pairpoint. I would obtain books on Pairpoint glass (by Frost, Padgett, and Avila) and see if you can find a match. The Frost book will likely be the most helpful.

      Best regards,

      Michael

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