The Wexford pattern by Anchor Hocking sparkles in the light. This popular pattern of quilted diamond shapes was manufactured beginning in the 1960's. Wexford was created not long after Hocking's Prescut patterns (EAPC, Oatmeal, and Pineapple) had received such a warm embrace. Wexford was and is an economical way of bringing glassware with the look of cut glass into any home.
If you need cups to go with your Punch Bowl, Snack Plates, or saucers--here are 10 in Excellent Condition! No chips nicks etc. have been found on any of the cups. The glass is without etching and remains nice and clear.
The price and shipping charges are for all ten cups. If you wish to purchase a lesser amount, please let me know. The shipping weight for ten cups packaged is over 5 pounds which is reflected in the shipping charge.
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