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Presed vasos
« on: September 21, 2013, 03:49:11 PM »
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These pressed glass cups I have bought from an antique shop in Aranjuez (Madrid). His explanation: Pressed glass-nineteenth century-style Baccarat.

I searched: Spanish glass of La Granja. - Baccarat. - Antique vases ... I have not found anything.

They are made of three molds, have form defects, they are not exactly the same and are heavy.

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Estos vasos de vidrio prensado los he comprado a un anticuario de Aranjuez(Madrid). Su explicación: vidrio prensado-siglo XIX-estilo Baccarat.

He buscado: cristal español de La Granja.- Baccarat.- vasos antiguos...No he encontrado nada parecido.

Estan hechos a tres moldes, tienen irregularidades de forma, no son exactamente iguales y son pesados.

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Re: Pressed Vasos
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2013, 06:20:11 PM »
I think I've solved the [3] Enigma [3]
Following the trail of the seller, looking catalogs found
These of Baccarat - service de table - 1916 at:
I think my glasses are from this model: S 213

Creo que he resuelto el [3] Enigma [3]
Siguiendo la pista del vendedor, buscando catálogos encontré
Estos de Bacarrat – service de table – 1916  en la página :
                       Pienso que mis vasos son de este modelo :  S 213
 [1] Enigma [1] ……………….  RESOLVED,53725.msg304807.html#msg304807
[2] Enigma [2] ………….....  UNRESOLVED,53734.msg304849.html#msg304849           

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