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Re: Arby’s currier and Ives
Chanda I would think that the Arby's Currier and Ives glasses were screen printed, as that is what I understand was the general method used in the 1970's to do the graphics on the glasses. I do not know for sure who made them - I can say that I saw a box set just last week in Lafayette, IN of Currier and Ives glasses that were the same size and style of the Arby's glasses - there were 4 in the box, they were done by Brockway Glass Company. But these were NOT Arby's glasses, but as I said the same size and style of glass as the Arby's glasses. I will look in my copy of the Chase & Kelly Collector Glasses book - I know the Arby's glasses are listed, I really doubt that the maker is mentioned but I will check. If I find any information I will post it on this message board. The glasses I saw were like the ones on this link https://www.etsy.com/listing/725460799/vintage-currier-ives-glasses-spring?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=currier+ives+glasses&ref=sr_gallery-1-20
IS a listing for the type of glasses that I saw in Lafayette that were 4 in a box from Brockway.