3151 Stemware Line


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The 3151 stemware line was listed in 1938 only.

3500 Gadroon Stemware Line


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The 3500 Gadroon stemware was introduced in 1933. Design patent 89,769 was issued May 2, 1933 to Jess Clair Kelly for this stemware line.

3575 Stradivari/Regency Stemware Line


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The 3575 Stradivari line was introduced in late 1935. Design patent 98,490 was issued February 11, 1936 to Arthur J. Bennett. The name was changed to Regency in 1941.

3600 Stemware Line


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The 3600 stemware line was the first of four 3600 series of stemware lines using the same stem with different bowl shapes introduced in 1938. Design Patent 111,949 was issued to Arthur J. Bennett covering the 3600 stemware line that compliments the 3600 Martha general dinnerware line.

3625 Stemware Line


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The 3625 stemware line was the second of four 3600 series of stemware lines using the same stem with different bowl shapes introduced in 1938. The 3625 stemware line compliments the 3600 Martha general dinnerware line.

3650 Stemware Line


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The 3650 stemware line was the third of four 3600 series of stemware lines using the same stem with different bowl shapes introduced in 1938. The 3650 stemware line compliments the 3600 Martha general dinnerware line.

3675 Stemware Line


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The 3675 stemware line was the forth and final of the 3600 series of stemware lines using the same stem with different bowl shapes introduced in 1938. The 3675 stemware line compliments the 3600 Martha general dinnerware line.

3700 Stemware Line


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The 3700 stemware line was the first of four 3700 series of stemware lines using the same stem with different bowl shapes introduced in 1939. The line was sold under the name "Dunkirk" in the 1950s.

3725 Stemware Line


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The 3725 stemware line was the second of four 3700 series of stemware lines using the same stem with different bowl shapes introduced in 1939. The line was sold under the name "Castleton" in the 1950s.

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