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    Posted 11 years ago

    pickergirl10
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    I have a set of seven large amethyst heavy glass tumblers and six smaller darker (black amethyst?) glass tumblers. They are footed with a petal base with no markings that I can see. They have beading at the bottom of the glass above the stem. Very beautiful. I have looked on many websites to try to identify them. Does anyone know the manufacturer and how old they may be? Thanks.

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    1. susan, 11 years ago
      Hi, i am sure they are Scandinavian but i cant remember who, i will try to have a bit of a rootle around the net for you later.
    2. pickergirl10 pickergirl10, 11 years ago
      Thank you so much. I didn't think about that country. Were you able to find out more on them?
    3. pickergirl10 pickergirl10, 11 years ago
      I finally found them online. These are Franciscan Madeira made by the Tiffan glass company. They come in different colors.
    4. nelson12, 10 years ago
      There are indeed Tiffin Madeira glasses. I worked at Tiffin Glass and pulled so many of these off the production line I still see them in my sleep 40 yrs. later.

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