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Vintage drinking glasses
Among homeowners, bartenders, and bar owners, one interesting trend has started to emerge when it comes to drinking, and this time it’s not about what’s inside the glass. From fancy cocktail glasses to 19th-century wine glasses, vintage drinking glasses are growing in popularity. They give us a way to create a memorable experience as we sip our favourite drink, and can add a dose of elegance and fun to the dining table at a dinner party. Alternatively, you can also collect vintage drinking glasses, as there are so many unique styles available.
Whether you’re looking to impress at your next gathering or you’re seeking a versatile set of antique drinking glasses for everyday use, here at Vinterior, we have plenty of exquisite and interesting glasses in our vintage glassware collection.
Vintage Danish glassware
Danish glassware is a popular choice for lovers of vintage glassware. We offer a range of vintage Danish glassware styles for different uses, whether you’re seeking a striking glass vase to hold a bouquet of beautiful blooms or a set of antique Danish liquor glasses for that after-dinner tipple. Whatever style of Danish glassware you decide on, it’s sure to command the room’s attention.
How can you tell if glassware is vintage?
There are a few ways to tell if a piece of glassware is vintage. While many antique glass pieces are unmarked, lots feature markings. The identification marks on vintage glassware can include one or more of the following:
You can usually see markings on the bottom of a piece of glassware but occasionally they’re engraved on the side. If a piece is particularly old be aware that this marking may be faded. If you discover a marking, you can usually learn about the antique glass by searching its details online.
Some other signs that a piece of glassware is vintage include:
You can also scan the piece for an artist’s signature, which is typically very small and merged into the design.