They do seem a big improvement, just a little tweaking on the focus now
. There is a little wrinkle that has been given to us by Antiquerose - which involves placing a magnifying lens between the camera and subject to give a bigger picture image than just using the macro setting. It needs a little practice, and not all lenses seem to work, but when you do manage to get it right the the result is quite amazing - especially useful for photographing smallish back stamps.
I would agree with the straight lipped edge being the champers glasses. Stuart glass can, on occasions, be reasonably common at flea markets and boot sales, and surprisingly quite a few of the older pieces still turn up showing a wide range of designs, with the Stratford and Woodchester patterns heading the list, perhaps.