Vintage CULVER Bermuda Islands Lowball -~ Whiskey, Scotch, Bourbon Glasses
Set of 4 glasses
Culver started making special glasses for each state and for special places like Bermuda. A very cool addition to your Culver collection.
These Culver Lowball glasses have beautiful 22KT gold bands and icicles, one of Culver's beautiful patterns.
The design is of the Bermuda Islands Coat of Arms The coat of arms of Bermuda depicts a lion holding a shield that has a depiction of a wrecked ship upon it. The lion is a symbol of Great Britain and alludes to Bermuda's relationship with that country.
The Latin motto under the coat of arms, Quo Fata Ferunt, means "Whither the Fates Carry [Us]".
Fun facts for these glasses.
Culver Glass Company - Lavish and Opulent Cocktailware of the 1950's - 1960's. In the late 1950’s, Culver Ltd started the application of the 22-karat gold to their glassware. The super-heated, roll-on process of gold remains a secret today. These glasses are not signed, therefore dating them to 1970's
Excellent condition with no chips or wear on the gold.
Measurements: 3 1/2" T x 3" W at rim, holds 8 oz.
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