Sterling Silver Rimmed Roly Poly Cocktail Glasses Attributed to Dorothy Thorpe Set 10

$495

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Stunning set of ten sterling silver rimmed roly poly cocktail glasses attributed to Dorothy Thorpe. They are in wonderful vintage condition with no chips, cracks, or chiggers. There is one glass with missing silver on the very rim and one other with a little missing otherwise all is intact. Circa 1960s.

 

Glasses:

  • Height – 3 Inches
  • Diameter – 3 Inches
  • Weight – 3.3 Pounds All

 

Boxed Size:

  • Height – 6 Inches.
  • Width – 24 Inches
  • Depth – 10 Inches
  • Weight – 5 Pounds

 

 

ATTRIBUTED TO

Dorothy C. Thorpe

MATERIALS

Sterling Silver, Glass

STYLE / PERIOD

CIRCA

1960s

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Description

OMG! Dorothy C. Thorpe is glamour at its finest! And, here is a fabulous set of ten roly poly cocktail glasses attributed to Dorothy C. Thorpe circa 1960’s. Definitely pure mid-century modern! Ms. Thorpe, like her contemporaries George Briard and Fred Press, designed but did not manufacture her stunning creations. Her wonderful designs were created using sandblasting, silver overlay and paint speckle on simple blank glassware from U.S. and European manufacturers. Every chic Mid-Century Modern home had something by Dorothy Thorpe, in particular, a set of silver banded roly poly tumblers. Now this icon of Mid-Century Modern chic can be yours.

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ATTRIBUTED TO

Dorothy C. Thorpe

MATERIALS

Sterling Silver, Glass

STYLE / PERIOD

CIRCA

1960s