Lenox Antique Yellow Champage or Sherbet

When Lenox bought out Bryce Brothers Glass Co in 1965, they retained a number of Bryce patterns in the Lenox Crystal line. One of the most popular of these was Antique, a simple, classic paneled pattern that fit in well with modern, casual dining.

These are the sherberts/footed desserts/champagnes in this pattern. They're in Yellow, which was a color introduced by Lenox in 1976 and manufactured until 1985.

They are 5" tall by 3.875" in diameter at the mouth.

Condition is as new, no wear or damage.

They are all marked in the center of the bottom with the etched Lenox script "L" mark.

We have four of these. They're still in their original plastic bags, with paper labels on the feet, as they left the factory.

Price is per stem.

Item ID: 3512


$5 USD ea.

Quantity available: 4
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