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    Posted 6 years ago

    belmargirl
    (8 items)

    These juice glasses are very old I am trying to figure out who the maker / artist is. They are hand painted and signed. My in laws had these and I believe they belonged to my husbands grand parents they lived in NH they traveled over to Europe many times. Any information on these would be so appreciated. They are rimmed in gold and the size of a juice glass perhaps a tad larger.

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    1. museedescommerces67 museedescommerces67, 6 years ago
      alsacian-) from my area-) east of france early 1900-1930 era
    2. belmargirl, 6 years ago
      This makes sense my husbands grandparents are from that area. Thank you so much.
    3. museedescommerces67 museedescommerces67, 6 years ago
      hi nice to see alsatian expats-) where are you located,many alsatian left to united stated in 19th century.

      you can see mlost of alsatian itemshere on my fr private page.
      they where usually produced in germany,and imported (most of porcelain items)

      regards, david.

      https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1464418343887563.1073741858.100009582341911&type=1&l=d1665d18ff
    4. museedescommerces67 museedescommerces67, 6 years ago
      hi nice to see alsatian expats-) where are you located,many alsatian left to united stated in 19th century.

      you can see mlost of alsatian itemshere on my fr private page.
      they where usually produced in germany,and imported (most of porcelain items)

      regards, david.

      https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1464418343887563.1073741858.100009582341911&type=1&l=d1665d18ff
    5. belmargirl, 6 years ago

      david my husbands grandparents came from Stiege, France My husbands grandparents came to the US around 1880 their names were Eugene and Joseph Quirin they landed in New York City and moved to Manchester, New Hampshire where they lived. They did very well for themselves with starting businesses. I also sent you a message on your private page.
    6. belmargirl, 6 years ago
      you can send me a friend request on Facebook I can be found under
      Laura Fox Quirin

      I would love to follow your page
    7. museedescommerces67 museedescommerces67, 6 years ago
      hilaura thanx,my personnalfb is adam von berstett.

      regards david

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