For the discriminating collector of sheer elegant depression era glass, offered here is a beautiful pair of pink Fostoria high sherbet stems (#5098) finished in the Versailles pattern. Measures 6" tall, with a rim diameter of 3-7/8" and a 6 ounce capacity, the cup is a delicate pink while the stem is crystal clear. Versailles was manufactured from 1928 to 1944.
There are three tiny flea bites around one rim, while the other stem has two. As you can see from the last phot..
Offering a lovely pair of ruby red wine glasses in the Lincoln Inn pattern by Fenton Art Glass, dating from the late 1920s to circa 1940, a time that predated the marking of Fenton wares. Each footed wine glass stands approx. 5-7/8" with a flared rim diameter of 3-5/8" and a 6-ounce capacity. (As these glasses were all hand finished, there's an ever-so-slight variation in height and rim flare.) These glasses are similar in size to the water goblets, which stand approx. 1/8..
Fabulous set of 12 signed Hawkes cut crystal stems that I believe to be sherry wine glasses in the Munster pattern, on Stem #4074. A band of three offset rows of strawberry diamonds wraps around the upper half of the bowl's flared rim, while a single row of oval thumbprints floats near the bowl base, above the elegant knob stem. Stem stands approx. 4" high (with slight variance in height, stem to stem) on a smooth round base; rim diameter just shy of 3". Signed Hawkes in b..