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    Posted 10 years ago

    Deanteaks
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    I think these are cut class or crystal, but I'm not sure, I only have 2 of each, both different design, comments welcome :)

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    1. susan, 10 years ago
      Hi, they are Bohemian cut to clear, clear crystal with a layer of coloured glass over the clear, and then the colour is cut away to make the design.
      You have some very nice examples
    2. cwpost cwpost, 10 years ago
      These glasses in particular are made by Stevens and Williams, c. 1890 commonly referred to as Hock Glass. They are crystal cut etched glasses. The replacement value for each is $60. and up per glass depending upon the patterns.

    3. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 10 years ago
      thank you :)
    4. Gretta, 10 years ago
      I have been searching for these glasses. I've actually been given 5 of them recently by my soon to be grandmother-in-law and she mentioned that she had a set of 6 at one time but one broke. the colors that I have are green, pink, black, yellow and blue. They are all in pristine condition, very clean, no nicks and the colors are extremely vibrant. They are honestly the most beautiful glasses I've ever seen. I'm looking basically for more information on them. Maybe links or expert advise. It was told that they were a wedding present for my GMIL's aunt in 1920 so they're about 90 years old. Let me know if anyone has any more info.

      Thank you!

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