Imperial Glass Chroma also known as Victorian clear wine glasses, vintage set of 6. This crystal glassware pattern was introduced in 1937, during the depression and is so very elegant looking.
This is one of those patterns that drives you crazy trying to research it. The pattern was introduced in the 1930s as the Coronet pattern, but the name was changed to Victorian by early 1941. In the early 1950s the name was changed once more, this time to Chroma (it is also known as No. 123).
Originally the wines and other stemware were made with one textured ball and one smooth. After WW II this was changed to both being textured. At any rate, these beauties have the earlier, depression era stems, with 1 textured and one smooth.
They stand about 4 1/8" tall, are in great vintage condition and show little usage. Price is for the set of six, but I would consider selling a lesser quantity. Please note that our wine consumption has changed since these were produced and these are smaller than the wine glasses of today. These would work great for a dessert or port wine.
Please contact me with your zip code for a more exact shipping cost, as the amount varies considerably at this weight. It's a 7.80 to 13.60 range, depending on if you live on the East Coast, or near me.