Firstly, let me apologise for being a hopeless newbie with a question that is probably going to make me sound very silly, and/or a complete phillistine.
I'm in the process of getting divorced, which means that our small collection of modern glassware is now 2 even smaller collections. I ended up with all the decorative vases and bowl we bought from the glassworks at Mdina in Gozo, Malta and my wife took the nice glasses and decanters - which I would like to replace with identical ones, as I really liked them.
We bought the glasses new, in a shop called 'Wow" in Norwich in the late 90s. They had a very distinctive quirky modern design that I'm sure somebody on this forum will recognise. The top half of the wine glass was traditionally shaped, but where you would expect the stem to be, there was a very thick and heavy solid lump of clear glass, only tapering slightly inwards from the base and top.
I remember seeing the same design in several similarly 'yuppified' shops around that time (the sort of shops that sell Alessi brand kitchen products), so I suspect they are quite common. I'm not 100% sure of the maker's name, as this was shown on a small sticker that came off, but I have a fairly similar glass bowl bought at the same shop at the same time that has "Krosno Poland" on it, and the matching decanter had (if memory serves me right) a sticker saying "LSA Krosno" on it. We also bought matching shot glasses with a similar wide 'stem', and the shop also had champagne flutes, which we didn't get.
The shop has closed long ago, and my attempt at searching the web (and this site) for LSA and Krosno has drawn a blank (or at least if I did find something useful my inability to read Polish is the problem!).
Can anyone help me track down a replacement set?