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Does any glass hounds out there know who made this crystal?!?!?! Can't find any pics anywhere! Any help appreciated! In case the other pics don't load, bottom is smooth, no cut design on bottom. 

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Can you take a pic showing tumbler upright on a table?  Include size and number of ounces it holds. Are the cuts sharp or polished (smooth)?  When held does it ding-ding when lightly hit with a spoon (which indicates crystal)?

From what I can see your tumbler is flared-shape. Those are "panels" around it. There are thousands, maybe millions of glass or crystal tumblers. Here are a few thousand or so to look at.  https://www.google.com/search?q=tall+flared+tumblers+crystal&cl...

Ok, I will look there. Thanks.

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Definately crystal. I have a lot of Waterford and other crystal. These glasses have a beautiful ring! Polished. It holds 14 oz. to the rim. They are 6 1/4" tall. 4" across top and 2 1/4" across bottom. Very beautiful, but such unusual pattern.

Try Mikasa, or Modern French makers. I've seen these before, and I think they are in one of those groups, though unmarked crystal glasses are extremely difficult to ID. You might try Replacements.com for more patterns to go through.

Bonny, www.replacements.com has a FREE ID service. Maybe they can identify them for you...they also buy some items if they have a need for them.

Though it is quite hard to see the pattern in the glass, it does look representative of bamboo to me.

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