Scottish Thistle 1950s Gregory Duncan Barware Set 6 Rocks / Whiskey Glasses Pitcher

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Description

Scottish Thistle Baware by Scottish artist Gregory Duncan for West Virginia Glass. Research Divine cocktail set includes one (1) large cocktail or drink pitcher. Six (6) mixed drink or whiskey glasses. Perfect for a fan of Outlander gift or vintage Scotland themed barware. Share the glory of Scotland’s national flower, while sipping Scotland’s finest whiskey. Excellent vintage condition, with little to no fade or color drop. Signed  Gregory Duncan

Set includes: 
1 Large Pitcher 64 oz
6 Lowball / Whiskey Glasses 8oz 
Measurements:
Highball Tumbler Glasses
Height: 3.5 inches (8.9 CM)
Width: 3.2 inches (8.3 CM)

Materials: Crystal Glass, Enamel, Real Gold Leaf
Colors: Clear, Purple, Gold
Era: 1940s – 50s
Brand: Gregory Duncan
Pattern: Thistle
Country of Origin: USA
Condition: Excellent vintage condition, with very minor sign of wear & colour fade

Additional information

Weight 96 oz
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 12 in

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I was born with a gypsy heart. I have been wheeling & dealing my way through life, from as far back as I can recall. I have been referred to as a Maverick, more times than I can count. I am not quite sure, that I feel comfortable with that term. By trade I am a Tinker, Talent Scout & Technical Consultant. My tinker side curates vintage treasures. By blood I am a second generation American, Russian Jew. My Mom likes to call me her Wandering Jew. I am an semi avid"Foodie", Vinophile, Frankophile, Vikingophile, obsessed with celtic history and oddly war strategy. I am an obsessive researcher of facts. Semi neurotic about eating clean, humanely raised, organically and locally grown food and have been dedicated to it for more than 20 years. I strive to one day build and own a fully off grid, self sustainable home but it looks like, I'm going traveling first. I started my first business when I was 6. But that story is a story for another day. I went to school for Sound Engineering in San Francisco, in the 80s; started promoting punk bands and touring them, and it became a fairly thriving business for me. I left San Francisco and the music business, to raise my son in Florida, near his Gramma. We miraculously lived there for 10 years. When he turned 13, we took a 3 month journey across the US, to discover a new place to live, that landed us in Austin, Texas. When my son turned 17, I left Texas for New England and took up residence in an 150+ year old textile mill, on the Blackstone River. He now lives in Portland, Oregon with his girlfriend and his best friend, working in the legal marijuana industry and touring with his band Rotting Slab. Until I put everything in storage, in order to travel. I consulted in the video game, tech and entertainment industry and ran two (2) shops on etsy. www.etsy.com/shop/RenegadeRevival . www.lightlysaucedretro.com Maybe some day the Januarymoon blog will be active, but currently my main blog is about my travels www.rootlessroutes.com. Thanks for visiting. *~Eli

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