Vintage 1970s Babycham Glass Prancing Deer Logo
We have available Vintage 1970s Babycham Glass Prancing Deer Logo. It has the blue Babycham name on the base.
Babycham, for those whom don’t recognise the brand, is a light sparkling perry, invented in 1953 by Francis Showering, Somerset, UK. It was at it’s most popular during the 1960s and 70s but has recently seen a reemergence in demand.
The glass is in pretty good used condition with no chips or cracks. The gilded edge on the rim of the glasses has faded/ rubbed off in parts.
The yellow and white chamois deer is pictured prancing and sporting a blue scarf, unlike the earlier 1950s version, which is a standing white fawn with blue scarf. The stem is also straignht, whereas the the earlier version has a hexagonal stem.
- Height: 11cm
- Base diameter: 6cm
A very nice addition to an advertising barware collection or for a festive occasion!
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