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Date Posted: 07:22:44 09/26/14 Fri
Author: conmama
Subject: Those are the exact glasses I want to...not so much that they are connected to Outlander, but they are so gorgeous!
In reply to: MiladyM 's message, "I've seen the glassware they offer, but those are not the ones I want. I want the wine glasses used at Colum's table, and the whisky glasses used on the wedding night. I've looked online, and the only ones that come close are actual antiques from the 18th century and waaaaay out of my price range." on 06:23:15 09/26/14 Fri

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[> [> [> I love those glasses too. Google Colonial Williamsburg's 'Everard Teardrop Glassware'...also pricey, but lovely. -- DonnaS, 09:53:03 09/26/14 Fri

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