Vintage Libbey glasses & caddies from 1962
Classic styles shown: Crystal HobNob glasses, Rose Bouquet pattern, Golden Ice hostess set with Snack Rack, Smoke & Aqua TempoCaddy Sets, Tinted Tankards
Vintage Libbey glassware from 1963
“You dress for the occasion — why not style your table accordingly?” says Julia Lee Cook, Libbey Home Stylist. “Libbey’s sparkling new fashions make it so sensible… Soon you have a complete Libbey Glass Wardrobe.”
Is new Aqua HobNob dressy or casual? It depends on your mood. It’s blown crystal glass — yet so easy to own. Informal — but so richly decorated. Nordic… radiant color banded by 22K gold … and crowned by Libbey’s chip-resistant Safedge rim.
Dress for dinner with Rose Bouquet stemware. Relax later with the tumblers. Reach for a 16-oz. Tinted Tankard. Indulge your sense of style as you quench your thirst. Durable serving tray — looks like brushed ebony, accented by 8 gay Raffia glasses.
Libbey drinking glasses with classic books (1965)
New for your Libbey Glass Wardrobe, from the Classics Collection by Libbey… the exciting adventures of your favorite characters in fiction. Illustrated!
Eight classic book designs available: Robin Hood, Moby Dick, Three Musketeers, Treasure Island, Alice in Wonderland, Gulliver’s Travels, Wizard of Oz and Tom Sawyer. Yours in either beverage or toddler size.
Also shown: New Currier & Ives glass, inspired by the famous prints, add sparkle to America’s most popular decor — Early American. From the Rainbow Collection “Rings”, Golden Wave, Aqua Tempo, Smoke Tempo.
Vintage Libbey glass catalog pages – 1965-1966
Libbey caddy sets are thriving on the popularity of patterns and the Fold-away feature introduced last year. Olive Tempo and colorful Madrid are new members of this smart array.
Vintage Libbey drinking glasses shown below: Golden Tempo, Aqua Tempo, Spiral Porto-Pak Plastic Caddy with 6 red and yellow Zombie glasses, Medallion, Madrid & Silver Foliage – Glassware patterns seen inside fold-away caddies
Vintage Libbey glasses shown below: Smoke Tempo, Olive Tempo, Alexandra, Sutton
Dimensional Libbey designs: Fabulous textured glasses (1960)
New from Libbey — exciting dimensional designs! The fascinating textures and colors are not just superimposed, they are a glowing translucent part of each Libbey “Safedge” glass.
Vintage patterns shown: Danube, Roses, Golden Frost, Icy Ribbons, Fern Glaze, Medallic [sic]
Sparkling new world-spanners in Libbey Glass (1960)
International set: A different famous city is symbolized on each goblet — and you can have the same handsome designs in beverage and old-fashioned glasses. Cities shown: London, Madrid, Bombay, Hague, Rome, Paris, Havana.
Americana: So proudly we hail these beautiful glasses glowing with symbols of our historic past — yet handsomely in keeping with the most modern surroundings. Richly accented with 22K gold. 4 of the glasses come in ebony black, 4 in snowy white…
Funward bound! Colorful Caribbean Cruise glasses by Libbey (1960)
Gayest glasses under the sun — exciting new Caribbean Cruise by Libbey! You’re bound to go overboard for the frolicsome little figures lit with brilliant color and glittering with 22K gold.
They’re real fun-lovers, these sparklers — every glass has Libbey’s famous chip-defiant rim. And every set comes with its own shining brass-finished caddy! A fabulous find at such low, low prices. All sets attractively boxed for gift mailing.
Glass & Brass by Libbey – Vintage drinkware (1960)
SET OF OF “EMERALDS” WITH CADDY: A jewel of a buy — these brilliantly beautiful glasses! Each lovely piece sparkles with rich emerald green and precious 22K gold in a setting of pearly frosting. And each set comes with its own gleaming brass-finished caddy.
SUGAR AND CREAMER CADDY SET: Bound to lead a double life — this sparkling little creamer and sugar bowl with brass-finished tongs and caddy. Perfect for jams, sauces—a dozen things. So pretty, too, glittering with 22K gold leaves on a frosted band.
HOSTESS PITCHER: With its misty frosting and sparkling 22K gold leaves, there never was a prettier little pitcher! Nor one so practical — notice the detachable brass-finished handle.
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CONTINENTAL CUPS: Service with a style for coffee, soups, fruits, desserts — these versatile cups have endless uses. And aren’t they beautiful? Gleaming with an old Grecian Key design, repeated in the detachable brass-finished holder.
TRIPLE SERVER SET: What could be handier — or handsome! — than these shimmering frosted bowls with their own graceful brass-finished caddy. Fill them with pickles and pretzels . . . chips and dips . . . relishes and radishes — you name it, they’ll hold it!
Emeralds Libbey glassware (1961)
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Vintage Libbey glassware from 1963
Vintage Libbey drinkware – gift boxed 8-glass sets (1969)
Libbey brings out more in glass (1967)
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Feel right with matched glassware from Libbey: Platinum Leaves pattern (1966)
Attain serenity. Blush only at the compliments you get — when you serve with matched sets of Libbey. Like Platinum Leaves… Only about $4 a boxed set of 8 — yet guaranteed to bring harmony and beauty to your table.
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How many women are you? Your Libbey Glass Wardrobe helps you keep count (1965)
Greeter (with smile) is you at break of day. Cheerful BERKSHIRE helps! juice set, about $4.00.
Slavey. Too often! But pause and refresh like royalty with GOLDEN RINGS. Set of 8, about $3.00.
Den Mother makes every pack meeting seem like a party with festive NORDIC. Set of 8…
Libbey glasses for a stylish table (1964)
“Your table is as fashionable as you are… with a Libbey Glass Wardrobe.”
The most entertaining gift you can give is Libbey (1963)
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Holidays & Libbey glassware (1965)
“Make each holiday an occasion with a Libbey glass wardrobe.”
Tempo cocktail set – Silver Foliage – Classic Novels vintage glass sets (1965)
“You’re not one woman, you’re almost infinite. And you can express all your exciting variety in sparkling Libbey,” says Julia Lee Cook, Libbey Home Stylist.
“With Libbey styles, you dress your table as appropriately as you dress yourself… and you change it as often. A feminine instinct. And a pleasant one to indulge; Libbey styles only look expensive. So be practical. Use your Libbey Glass Wardrobe to keep track of yourselves,”
Vintage Libbey Herald glassware (1968)
The Giftables – You can bridge the gift gap beautifully with Libbey’s great selection of matching glassware. Captivating patterns, rich tones or crystal … you’ll find something for everyone (and don’t forget yourself).
This could be it — Heraldry, from our new Crown Collection … bold designs in regal colors and 22K gold embossing. Set of 8, about $7.50.
Also shown: Unicorn & Numero patterns – in this gift rapt gold box with plastic lid. Alpine & Golden Oak – two of many “news” in famous Libbey Hostess sets. And don’t forget our popular sets of matching tumblers and stemware (like Silver Foliage) for “add a gift at a time” occasions.
Golden foliage glassware (1961)
A toast to Libby for bringing out such a spectacular array of Golden Foliage! This is one of the best-loved patterns in glass — and small wonder!
There’s such grace, such airiness in the sparkly 22K gold leaves floating on misty frosting. But don’t be fooled by that fragile look — it’s just pretty pretense! Actually these glasses are remarkably sturdy — each has Libbey’s chip-defiant rim.
Golden foliage accessory sets
An exquisite experience in gracious entertaining is offered by Libbey’s development of this 22K gold leaf pattern accented by delicate frosting.
Retro barware from the 60s: Basic glass shapes & sizes
Vintage Lace pattern glasses from Libbey (1969)
This is Lace — crisp, icy texture on crystal with a 22K gold rim.
I have a Libbey frosted glass with not one but two cursive L marks on the bottom. This does not look like a regular trademark although the both L symbols match Libbey’s perfectly, but it looks like an error. Do you have knowledge of any Double L marks from Libbey?
It could be an error or it may be the Libbey sword logo. You can find graphics of some of their logos at https://sha.org/bottle/pdffiles/LOther.pdf
The double L is just a misprint on the glass I believe.
I have a set of 8, MIB glasses that seem to be from the 1950s. They are called the Partytime Collection and were featured in Life Magazine. Can’t seem to find them anywhere online, but would like to sell them. Can you please offer any advice?
cursive L on bottom of tall-ish glasses, colorful with different touristy landmarks and figures. one from Germany, Mexico, etc. Never seen these beauties b4.
I am trying to find out what year the Libbey glasses with the White daisies framed in green embossed pattern were manufactured.