The stem is very short , only 2cm. I thought they might be punch glasses but that is just a wild guess . The foot of the odd one out is thinner and has a prounced rounded bump under the foot where the signature is on the others.
They are from the time when Sven Fogelberg from Sweden (from Kosta Glassworks) was part of Webbs. (this I gleened from my only book on Webbs !) . He introduced new glass-making techniques with the help of glass-makers from Sweden, Holland, Czech., and Germany. ....(from 'Art , Feat and Mystery' by Woodward) . :cheers: :nk: Mike
Thanks, Lustrousstone.....just got your post whilst writing this....I thought that as well but the glass is very thin and the bowl quite small ,,,wouldn't get much ice-cream in it
....sunsine amber is a great name for the colour :sun: ! Ta Mike,