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A word about replacement tumblers or goblets
Due to the nature of completely hand blown work (no molds), and the fact that production methods tend to evolve over time, if you have previously purchased a set of tumblers or goblets and broken or lost one or more, what I have in stock will very likely not match what you have, nor is it feasible for me to try to reproduce what you have. Additionally, coloration may or may not be the same, and even clear glass has a tint to it, (the goal being neutral - i.e. gray) particularly when viewed through the rim.
(12" H) (8 ½"H)
Colors: Clear or Cobalt
(5 ¼" H)
Colors: Cobalt, Amethyst, Clear or Ruby
Pulled Thread Design Vase
Lily Pad Design (4")
Colors: Cobalt, Teal, Amethyst, Blue and other colors
To view a pair of goblets only, click on image
13" to 15" Collector's Plate or Rondel
Available in Cobalt, Amethyst, Ruby, Teal
Also available in other designs.
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Evelyn D. Roberts, unless noted as otherwise.
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