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Cera Dow Jones Glasses (5 Rocks Glasses)

Regular price $375.11

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A lovely set of 5 Cera "Dow Jones" stock market rocks glasses. Such a gorgeous pattern with heavy enamel and gold embossing of the stock market industrial average (from 1958-1968) in 22k gold, black, and white. Similar to Culver and other MCM glassware manufacturers, Cera used used a heavily textured embossing method with real 22k gold in the pattern. The Stock Market years include:

1885-1905 (1)
1910-1930 (there are 2 of these)
1935-1955 (1)
1960-1980 (1)

Truly a stunning set. We have another set of 4 listed, if you're interested in a largest set of this pattern. Cheers.

Maker/pattern: Cera, Dow Jones

Hallmarks: All glasses are signed "Cera"

A bit about this glassware manufacturer: Cera Glass was made in Hackensack, NJ, USA, in the 1950s & 60s. They created elegant cocktail glasses, barware and other specialty pieces, which were sold in high end department stores of the era. Anthony Velonis, who was already a famous WPA silkscreener and artist, started the Cera Glass Company which pioneered methods of silkscreen printing on glass. Similar to other Mid Century glassware makers, his designs were trimmed in 22K gold.

Measurements: 4" tall x 3" in diameter

Condition: Excellent vintage condition. The graphics and gold are extremely vibrant. These glasses don't appear to have been used. The glass clarity is perfectly clear, zero cloudiness. No chips or nicks. Truly a stunning set of Mid Century glasses. Cheers!

**On shipping: We take our packaging very seriously and carefully wrap all pieces to ensure safe delivery. Please note: we're not making a penny on shipping. We pack our glassware sell to ensure safe arrival, which means a larger, heavier box. Cheers!

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