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Note: Liseron is French for bindweed. Bindweed is used to describe any of the various twining plants that interlace or mat with plants growing around them and that can grow up through other plants and structures. Bindweed has trumpet-shaped flowers that look like small morning glories and they are commonly referred to as such. They are considered noxious weeds in many agricultural areas. Here is a decent bindweed picture and more info. And here it is interlacing, matting, and growing up and through.

Also Note: This glass is known in 1 height of approximately 13 cm.

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Model No. 3758  Circa 1921
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