I wonder if anyone has come across these before? They are small sized brandy balloon shaped glasses - the balloon is an amber-coloured glass but the stem and foot are made of what looks like walnut wood. They came on a walnut musical box bottle stand which plays a tune (Lara's Theme from Dr Zhivago) when the bottle/decanter is removed from the centre. There was no decanter with the set so I don't know if this is lost or if one wasn't supplied. On the bottom of the stand is a sticker bearing the name Reuge and the tune details.
I know Reuge are one of the big musical box movement makers and have looked them up already (I have a few musical movements in different items) but I don't know who produced these sets or the glass/wood brandy balloons. There's a similar style stand (with applied decals which mine doesn't have) on eBay at the moment (with a mixture of clear glasses but they don't have wooden stems) but no clue as to its origins.
It's the wooden stemmed glasses that interest me more than anything. I've seen drinking vessels with metal stems before but not wooden ones, so am curious (again!) as to how common they were.