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VINTAGE Portfolio No.6

Webb Crystal Glasses, S/18

$799.00
Est. Arrival: Oct 25 - Oct 30
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CARE hand-wash
COLOR chartreuse/clear
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 3" W x 5.5" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE IN England
MADE OF crystal
SKU 77345705
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 25 - Oct 30
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A purveyor of stylish antiques and vintage goods, Portfolio No.6 is committed to the quest for quality and exquisite design to enrich your home.
Why we love this
18-piece 1930s handblown crystal stemware set with vaseline glass stems and bases and hand-engraved and hand-cut grooves on the clear cups. Six wineglasses (3"Dia x 5.5"H), six sherry glasses (2.4"Dia x 5.2"H), and six liqueur glasses (1.75"Dia x 3.9"). Etched mark of Webb Crystal Glass Company on undersides.
About the Seller
A purveyor of stylish antiques and vintage goods, Portfolio No.6 is committed to the quest for quality and exquisite design to enrich your home.
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