Babycham Glass - 1950s Collectible Memorabilia

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Babycham Glass - 1950s Collectible Memorabilia

Babycham Glass - 1950s Collectible Memorabilia

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Some consider Dartington, Britain's sole remaining major glassmaker, to have been, at its peak, on a par with the Swedish Orrefors, the 20th century's most influential glassworks.

Once you’ve finished your favorite beverage, you can use these stylish glasses as vases or cookie jars. Turning off the personalised advertising setting won’t stop you from seeing Etsy ads, but it may make the ads you see less relevant or more repetitive. Place upside down on a plate and place a tea towel, previously soaked in hot water, over the top of the mould to help loosen the jelly - wet the plate first so you can slide the jelly into its centre.While they’re not currently being produced, there is still a demand for Babycham glasses among collectors and those who remember them from their youth. was a common feature of the brand’s adverts which were primarily aimed at women and sought to promote a more ‘ladylike’ choice of alcohol. In the early sixties there is still a hexagonal stem but this then changes to a rounded stem in the mid/late 60s. They make a great Fathers Day, Christmas, birthday or wedding gift or a fantastic addition to a retro bar or vintage cocktail cabinet. Dartington, which now has 110 employees, celebrates its 40th anniversary next year with an exhibition and commemorative book.

Not one of my mean little hoard of milk jugs, sherbet dishes and pressed glass vases appeared in it. All four glasses are in good condition given their age, with no chips or cracks and good quality deer and text motifs.Could make a nice Xmas present for an older relative/friend who remembers the days of drinking Brandy and Babycham out of these glasses. I have 4 of the 1950’s style as described but also another with the same white deer on it and solid text.

Remember not to put a cold mould straight from the fridge into hot water the mould could crack or shatter, and don't keep the mould in the hot water too long it may melt too much of the jelly and detail will be lost. Looking back I can remember a lot of things, which, if they crossed my path now I would certainly snap up for my own house; a heavy coloured glass dish which sat in the window of the front room stands out clearly in my memory, but I also remember lace and crochet doilies, a teasmaid, a cinefilm video, and a wooden lamp in the shape of a windmill, as well as hundreds of other bits and pieces including some fairly ugly toby jugs! This is where the market is heading and you will probably find that your taste develops in the same way, if you have the space for it at home! This entry was posted on June 24, 2012 by antiqueowl in Owling at home and tagged 1950s, 1960s, antique, Babycham, cinefilm, doilies, grandma, screen prints, teas maid, toby jug, vintage, vinyl toys.

Cocktail martini glass etched with Babycham fawn surrounded by sparkling stars with the words ‘The Babycham co’ in a banner under the deer. NOTE If you are outside the United Kingdom (including Europe), it is likely that you will have to pay import costs and taxes as well. You must add the remaining cordial to the dissolved gelatine and not vice versa, or it can cause the gelatine to go stringy. We will share your personal information with these third parties, but only to the extent necessary to perform these services. What looks or tastes nicer than a gorgeous fruit or translucent elderflower jelly on a warm summer day?

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