I’m not quite sure what started my fascination with Vintage Barware sets but I have a few now. No bar,
but no less than three Barware sets. I found my first set at a little thrift store for $5.00.
This set was given as a hostess gift for having a Guardian Ware cookware party. It consists of four glasses, three coasters (one is missing, feel free to send one if you have an extra) and a chrome caddy. It has a mercury glass look.
The second set I picked up at another thrift store. It is a Culver gold and green Prado set with a gold colored carousel stand. It consists of six low ball glasses and an ice bucket with tongs.
The third addition to my set was this set of silver fade roly poly glasses. I found these at a flea market. Would love to have found them with a carrier.
The most recent addition is another mercury glass look set consisting of four lowball glasses, four highball glasses, four shot glasses, an open ice bucket, two cut glass decanters and a silver colored tray with the original bottom in it. I found this set at the same thrift store I found my first set and paid a whopping $10.00 for it.
We love black glass and have collected quite a few pieces including this 1970’s Jim Beam decanter.
And these beautiful Federal Glass “Tavern Scene” beer tankards.
I also have one in white milk glass and this interesting silver one.
If anyone knows anything about the silver one, we would love to know where it came from.
Do you have an affinity for glassware, specifically vintage barware?