All things vintage have been making a comeback for a while. Sometimes you can get an absolute bargain (I had a 1960s Pyrex dish on a stand that I bought for £2, I ended up selling it months later on eBay for £82!) or sometimes you can end up paying a fortune for a piece that you really want. I usually find charity shops and sometimes eBay are good places for buying vintage pretties cheaply. My friend and I were at an Antique centre recently and I found someone selling six 1970s Babycham glasses for £78!! I do realise that they are a business and need to make money but I couldn’t believe how much they were charging for them. I’m lucky that my Mum had a set which belonged to my Gran that I could have. Which was free!
Although there is still a rounded stem, the Babycham logo is now missing from the base of the glass. Instead there is a white inscription inside the bowl. There is also no gold trim around the edge of the glass like the previous glasses have. The fawn has changed back to a tan colour but is still in a prancing position. He maybe has his trademark bow but for the first time there are no antlers on the fawn.
There was a limited edition Millennium Babycham glass released that is martini shaped and has a gold coloured fawn wearing a black top hat and cane. The Babycham logo is missing off the glass and again there is no gold trim around the edge.
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