This is a nice set of eight Fostoria #6003 water goblets with crystal bowl and Wisteria stem and foot. These were made from 1931 to 1938. Wisteria is dichroic neodymium glass which is a lovely lavender color in natural light and turns to a steely blue under fluorescent. All are in very good condition with no chips, nicks or cracks. You might see a few scuffs on some of the bowls when held up to light, but they will look nice on the table and they will all pass the "mother-in-law" test. All have very strong color and all eight are a great color match. These are 6 1/4" tall and 3" across the top, and hold 10 oz. Long & Seate's Fostoria book gives a value of $65 each on these hard to find stems. I'm only quoting standard post on these due to box size. but can go with priority if you're close to Minnesota.
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