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Mid Century Gold Green Rocks Glasses

Sale price $189.91 Regular price $220.02

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A gorgeous set of 6 Mid Century gold & green embossed rocks glasses by Washington Pasinski. Similar to Culver, Pasinski used real 22k gold in their patterns. This pattern features a "raised" texture of vibrant gold and green medallions. There are four sides: two feature a round medallion, two feature a medallion that resembles a "peacock" in shape with a "skeleton key" keyhole in the center (see photo #4 for reference to the two different shapes). Please note: this pattern's gold is referred to as a gold "crackle" (so you can see tiny lines or breaks in the gold, to allow the green backing to show through). This is intentional. The pictures don't do these glasses justice. The 3-D like texture is simply gorgeous. Truly a stunning set.

A quick summary about this glassware maker: Washington Pasinski, a popular Mid-Century cocktail glassware designer, was known for their filigree/textured patterns. Similar to Culver and other MCM glassware makers, Pasinski used real 22k gold in their paint/patterns. Some of his most notable patterns include "The Silent Woman" and "Kashmir" patterns. This glassware was typically signed "Pasinski" or "Washington Pasinski" (depending on the year it was made).

Measurements: 3 1/4" tall x 3 1/4" in diameter

Hallmarks: All glasses are signed "Washington Pasinski" in gold font

Condition: Very, very good vintage condition. The gold is vibrant. The green is vibrant. The glass clarity is perfectly clear, no cloudiness. No chips or nicks. Again, please see note above on the gold overlay: again, it's referred to as "gold crackle" (to allow the green underneath to show through) -- this is intentional, it it not wear to the gold. In short, this set is in very, very good vintage condition and displays beautifully.

**On shipping: We take our packaging very seriously and carefully wrap all pieces to ensure safe delivery. We wrap our glassware very, very well -- which means a larger, heavier box.

****Important to note pre-purchase: Buyers, please examine all photos carefully as we cannot accept returns due to the fragile nature (the possibility of breakage when being shipped back) of our vintage/antique pieces. Our items are true vintage pieces that might have manufacturers flaws, flaws from age, or imperfections in general from being vintage. We try to explain the condition/description in an accurate and thorough manner but we ask that you please examine all photos carefully and ask all questions before purchasing an item as we are unable to accept returns due to the risk of breakage.