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Set of Six Cambridge Rose Point Wine Glasses: Timeless Elegance and a Rich History

Set of Six Cambridge Rose Point Wine Glasses: Timeless Elegance and a Rich History

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Exceptional Design with Remarkable History
Experience the exquisite charm of Cambridge Rose Point Wine Glasses, meticulously crafted to elevate your wine-drinking experience. With a height of 8 1/2 inches and a width of 3 3/4 inches, these glasses strike the perfect balance between aesthetics and functionality.

What sets Cambridge Rose Point Wine Glasses apart is not just their exceptional design but also their remarkable history. These glasses were first produced in 1934 by the renowned Cambridge Glass Company and quickly became a beloved staple in their line. Introduced to the trade in early 1935, they captured the hearts of wine enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike.

American Craftsmanship
Crafted in the United States, these glasses embody a rich heritage of American craftsmanship. The Cambridge Glass Company blended traditional techniques with contemporary design, creating glassware that exudes timeless elegance.

True Collector's Item
Please note that Cambridge Rose Point Wine Glasses are discontinued piece, making them even more unique and exclusive. Embrace the opportunity to own a true collector's item that stands out from the crowd, showcasing your impeccable taste and appreciation for fine craftsmanship.


Glass crystal


Each glass measures 7 inches tall and 3.5 inches in diameter

Care information

Dry clean only.

Fragile antique wine glasses, handle with care
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