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made in Belgium

Postcard of Drinking glass.
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Drinking glass

This drinking glass was made by Cristalleries du Val Saint-Lambert in Belgium between around 1920 and 1935.

The drinking glass is made of clear colourless and opaque black glass acid-etched with a pantograph. It is decorated with vertical striped panels.

Val Saint-Lambert was set up in 1826 but it was not until the end of the century that it had acquired its status as a pioneering glassmaker through highly original products. After privatisation in 1987, the company management demonstrated its intention in boosting productivity once again by calling on both internal and external designers. Cristalleries du Val Saint-Lambert continues today.

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Online ID: 000-180-001-048-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0504: National Museums Scotland Part 2
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  A.1977.60
Date: Between around 1920 and 1935
c. 1920 - 1935
Material: Glass, clear colourless and opaque black, acid-etched
Dimensions: 107 mm H x 76 mm D
What: Glass, drinking
Subject: European glass
Where: Belgium, Val-Saint-Lambert
Description: Drinking glass of clear colourless and opaque black glass acid-etched with a pantograph, decorated with vertical striped panels: Belgian, Val-Saint-Lambert, c. 1920 - 1935
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