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katherinewh | Oct 27, 201708:24 AM    

Hi all, hoping someone may be able to help me identify the brand of these highball glasses. I want to get more of them, but I got them from an estate sale a few years ago and they have no identifying marks on them. What makes them unique is the base-it's thick and when you look at the glass head on it looks like the base curves down more significantly than other glasses I've seen. Height 6 and 5/16th inches. Diameter: 2.75 inches. Glass base about an inch. They don't match any glasses currently on sale at Williams Sonoma or Crate and Barrel. I was thinking maybe Schott Zwiesel but none of their glasses look to have the same base. Any ideas would be very appreciated!

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