Babycham Glass - 1950s Collectible Memorabilia

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Babycham Glass - 1950s Collectible Memorabilia

Babycham Glass - 1950s Collectible Memorabilia

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Put the fruit in our gorgeous old glass moulds, or in individual glasses like our large stemmed bee glasses from France, and pour the cordial mix over. I’ve not seen any of these out and about, and only a few online the stems make them much more interesting than the later designs with the brighter deer designs on them, even though they are more well known. If you’re unsure about the condition of a particular piece, it’s always best to err on the side of caution and pass it up. These are just the sort of unmarked, unidentified treasures that tend to fall out of the art market into boot fairs. Don't forget to subscribe to our web notifications so that you don't miss out on any of our latest articles.

Business transfers - If we sell or merge the business, we may disclose your information as part of that transaction, only to the extent permitted by law. A: This little transistor radio set was made for MGM in Hong Kong in 1972 and 1973 and ­distributed by Louis Marx.

Some consider Dartington, Britain's sole remaining major glassmaker, to have been, at its peak, on a par with the Swedish Orrefors, the 20th century's most influential glassworks. For years they lived wrapped in paper in my parents house until I finally had room for them, and now they’re living in the back of my cupboard. We PAT test our plug-in electrical items for safety before selling for use and they will come with a 'pass' sticker. Preloved, The Joy of Second Hand, Preloved People and The Second Hander are trademarks of Moo Limited. While early versions from the 1960s are highly sought after by collectors, later iterations from the 1970s and 1980s are much less valuable.

I felt some comfort when he said that he does not know the precise identity of half the pieces he bargains for. The Glass Etc gallery in Rye is staging 'The 20th Century Decanter', an exhibition and lecture series, during September and October. A mix of advertising and supporting contributions helps keep paywalls away from valuable information like this article. If you reside in certain territories, including the EU, you have a number of rights in relation to your personal information. com Limited is an Introducer Appointed Representative of CarMoney Limited who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, FRN 674094.Remember, vintage glassware is a sought-after item amongst collectors, and Babycham glasses are no exception. Another thing to keep in mind is that condition is everything when it comes to collectible glassware. A piece that can be traced back to a famous owner or event will always be more valuable than one with no history attached to it. Babycham is such an iconic brand and any retro or vintage lover should own at least one of these amazing glasses. This glass stands 11cm featuring the highly collectable white bambi logo of the 1950's below the rim of the glass with the words Babycham in blue round the base of the glass.

My grandma would have students stay with her from all over the world, and when she died we found beautiful fabrics, pictures and all sorts of gifts she’s been given. There was a limited edition Millennium Babycham glass released that is martini shaped and has a gold coloured fawn wearing a black top hat and cane. Their names were hitherto little known outside the industry and three-quarters of them - designers and glassworks - are now defunct, many only recently.You need to go back to the 1930s and 1940s to find the most valuable British and American plastic radio sets. Some glasses can be worth as little as a few pounds, while others can fetch hundreds of pounds at auction.

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