3750 Stemware Line


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The 3750 stemware line was the third 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 "Charleston" in the 1950s.

3775 Stemware Line


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The 3775 stemware line was the forth and final of the 3700 series of stemware lines using the same stem with different bowl shapes introduced in 1939. The line was sold under the name "Arlington" in the 1950s.

7801 Stemware Line


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The 7801 stemware line was originally introduced in the early 1910s as a barware line. It was again featured in 1933 following the repeal of prohibition. At this time, similarly plain items from other stemware line were included in the line as noted in the item descriptions.

7966 Stemware Line


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7966 1½ oz. & 2 oz. Sherries first appeared prior to 1914 but this shape was developed into a complete line in 1934. Plate etching 401 was sold under various names including "Bacchus" when shown on the 7966 stemware line in a 1934 supplement to a Cambridge catalog. The line was sold under the name "Trumpet" in the late 1950s.

1930s Miscellaneous Stemware & Tumblers


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This albums contains a variety of stemware and tumblers featured in the 1930s, mostly the early 1930s.

 

50 albums on 6 page(s) 6


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