PAIR of EDINBURGH CRYSTAL 1940s Claret Glasses. Each with stylish Older Thistle and Flowers Pattern
PAIR of EDINBURGH CRYSTAL 1940s Claret Glasses. Each with stylish Older Thistle and Flowers Pattern
PAIR of EDINBURGH CRYSTAL 1940s Claret Glasses. Each with stylish Older Thistle and Flowers Pattern
PAIR of EDINBURGH CRYSTAL 1940s Claret Glasses. Each with stylish Older Thistle and Flowers Pattern
PAIR of EDINBURGH CRYSTAL 1940s Claret Glasses. Each with stylish Older Thistle and Flowers Pattern
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PAIR of EDINBURGH CRYSTAL 1940s Claret Glasses. Each with stylish Older Thistle and Flowers Pattern

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These are really beautiful vintage Edinburgh Crystal claret or short-stemmed wine glasses.

They are a great size for a nice red wine or perhaps a G&T - they just sit nicely in your hand.

These are harder to find patterns and date to around the 1940s.

On offer here is a pair of Scottish crystal glasses as photographed.

I have two pairs in my shop.

The design features an engraved pattern all around the bowl section - we have abstract triangular shapes to the bottom - out of which comes a simple thistle head with two simple flowerheads to each side of each thistle. One has an etched older Edinburgh Crystal mark to the base - which authenticates the design of the set to Edinburgh Crystal - it is a much rarer pattern and not often found.

The bowl of each glass is shaped like a large wine glass - but each has a shorter stem.

Although historically called claret glasses - size-wise they can also be used for wine if you do not like longer stems on your glasses.

As you can see, the pair is in perfect tip-top condition, and don't think that they have ever been used. All the most stunning engraved Scottish glasses. Being sold at a bargain price of £15 each. Great for Burn's Night celebrations...

Each glass is just under 4 3/4 inches in height with a diameter at the top of 3 1/4 inches. The foot measures just under 2 3/4 inches.

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