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# 11
06-03-2012, 05:13 PM
I recall watching a special feature on one of the Trek DVDs (I believe it was DS9) where they were talking and showing some glassware and they said that for some of the more unusual items, they contracted local glassware makers for small unit runs.

Probably not the best thing you wanted to hear, but it may be that these glasses were made especially for the show, and so nigh impossible to obtain.
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# 12 Closest Thing I've Seen
06-03-2012, 05:27 PM
Remembered I'd seen something similar a while ago, managed to track em down.

Sagaform Club Martini Glasses
John Lewis Curve Glasses

Not exactly what you're after, but they're the nearest thing I have personally seen.
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# 13
06-03-2012, 07:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Reave View Post
I think these may be the glasses you're looking for. ( http://ent.trekcore.com/gallery/albu...adstop_183.jpg )

I can't track down a brand name for them, but they sold on It's A Wrap ( http://startrekpropcollector.com/tre...item.pl?i=7932 ) so maybe if you fire off a mail in that direction, someone there might know. I'm afraid though this is just the kind of thing people don't bother to write down anywhere. Stuff even the prop department doesn't care about, or just buys in bulk, once, in case of accidents.

Thank you! These are the glasses. You've found them in a day where I've been searching fruitlessly for over a year. I've found "close", but I don't want close.

I keep getting "forbidden" from the top link and can't find any contact info from the second link, but these are the right glasses. If someone knows anything more, a contact name, seller, please post. I'll try the ST props site too and see if they know the manufacturer.

Thanks to everybody who posted.
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# 14
06-03-2012, 08:50 PM
Yeah, TrekCore has a weird thing where you have to copy paste, unless you've already seen the link. But the important thing is that someone was able to use the site to find the glasses in question.
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# 15
06-03-2012, 10:31 PM
I found somthing very similar http://www.crateandbarrel.com/dining...glasses/f27760. Due to the size and heaviness to the glass, I wouldn't be shocked to learn that they are some kind of vase instead of drinking glasses.

If you are really dead set, desperate, and a tad brave, you could try asking Doug Drexler on his blog.
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# 16
06-04-2012, 04:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Rexy
I found somthing very similar http://www.crateandbarrel.com/dining...glasses/f27760. Due to the size and heaviness to the glass, I wouldn't be shocked to learn that they are some kind of vase instead of drinking glasses.

If you are really dead set, desperate, and a tad brave, you could try asking Doug Drexler on his blog.
I am so sorry i do not get what you mean.
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