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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Looking for more information on this glass..I really love it, and would like to find a set of them....I'm assuming it was made in France, as stated on the bottom. If you know anything about these glasses and know where I could find more, please let me know!!

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    1. Gillian, 3 years ago
      Wikipedia gives us this information of the painting on the glass. Church is German, but the glass, made in France.

      "The Protestant parish church of St. Michael is the main church of the entire parish Schwäbisch Hall . As a place of work of Johannes Brenz , it was after 1523 the starting point of the Reformation in the imperial city territory. Their careful introduction to Hall also preserved valuable equipment from the pre-Reformation period in St. Michael.

      St. Michael is one of the most important buildings in Schwäbisch Hall. Since October 2013, the church is the bearer of the European Heritage Label (within the framework of the network 20 sites of the Reformation in Germany ). [1] Today it serves both church purposes as a concert space."

      Here are your glasses - you can see some of them have been painted. Different shades of green?
    2. fasteddie33, 3 years ago
      Wow, thanks so much for all the info!!..I couldn't find any of that!!..Also thanks for the ebay links, I didn't know what they were called, to search for anything.
      Thanks again!

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