Set of 2 Vintage Burple-Green Glasses - Anchor Hocking Dark Green Crystal - Discontinued Pattern Iced Tea or Water Goblets w/ Clear Stem

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Vintage set of 7 circa 1950 Burple-Green stem Iced Tea glasses made by the Anchor Hocking Company. They have been since discontinued. This size is called an Iced Tea glass and would also be a perfect water glass.

The large bowl is a beautiful dark green. The stems are clear and feature bubbles on the rims and and five sets of bubbles inside swirls that twist up to the base of the green bowl.

With emerald green bowls and clear stems, they are all in excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks. They are also pretty hard to find and sell for $15.99 each on

Measure 6" high. Top opening is 3 1/2" diameter. Bases have 2 1/2" diameter.

Note - this larger Iced Tea size glass.

The glasses are in nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Wear commensurate with vintage age.


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