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Glassware3273 of 10058Two hole glass eye drop dispenser (Japan, ca 1933)Wine glass
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    I was left this by an Aunty but I do not know anything about it. It's glass. No markings on bottom of pitcher or glasses. It's gorgeous but I'm not sure as to whether I should use it or ???

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 7 years ago
      This great set is from Nuutajarvi Notsjö of Finland, and is part of their Flora range.
      It's rare to have a pitcher with the glasses, and lilac was not a common colour.
      This was a design by the great designer Oiva Toika and your set is very collectible.
      In recent years there has been glass from Asia using the Flora moulds but I have never seen them in lilac or with the pitcher.
      It's a great set.
      A pitcher here:
    2. Marque, 7 years ago
      Thank you so much for that detailed information. It's such a beautiful set. Bit worried about keeping it now with 5 kids who break most everything. Maybe I should find a home for it somewhere it will be safe. Very glad I didn't use it.
    3. racer4four racer4four, 7 years ago
      If you love it, use it. Value is a secondary consideration. I do have some good stuff put away but regularly use glassware that is deemed collectible, and love and admire it everyday!
    4. Rosiegirl Rosiegirl, 7 years ago
      I believe that is not lilac...that is Alexandrite glass. Do they change to more of a blue in different light? I had a set of flora glasses that were alexandrite so I was wowed to see a full set with a pitcher! You lucky dog!

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