Geri and Dan Tucker
Welcome! We have a vintage child's glass tumbler 1950s. There are three adorable cats, two dancing, to one that's playing the horn. The photo is one tumbler, showing both sides. There are five (5) tumblers available, buy it now price is for one. It is in excellent condition with no chips, no cracks, no dings and no wear. Glass is shiny and graphics are in excellent, bright condition. They look never used. Musical notes and stars around. A bright addition to your collection.
This gray Harlequin cup & saucer set was made by the Homer Laughlin China in the late 1940's.
Fairfax pink footed creamer made by Fostoria in excellent condition.
This green Sharon Cabbage Rose berry bowl is in excellent condition!
This forest green "Charm" cream and sugar set is in excellent condition!
This pink Old Cafe olive dish was made by Hocking Glass in the mid 1930's. It is in excellent condition!
This Rosemary "Dutch Rose" 10" oval vegetable bowl was made by the Federal Glass Co. in the mid 1930's. Beautiful!
This Colonial Knife and Fork sugar bowl was made by Hocking and is in excellent condition!
This Fostoria Holly footed short water goblet was made by The Fostoria Glass Co. in the 1950's - 1970's. It is in excellent condition!
Green Adam 7 3/4" salad plate in excellent condition!
Petalware was made by The Macbeth Evans Glass Co. This plate may have been decorated at the factory, but we don't know for sure. We have seen other plates like this at glass shows. It is in excellent condition! It appears as though it is silk screened.
Green Windsor salad plate made by The Jeannette Glass co. in the 1930's. No damage, and no repairs.
Addie Twelve Point jade footed sherbert in excellent condition. Outstanding!
Pink American Sweetheart pink cereal bowl in excellent condition. Made by The MacBeth Evans Glass Co in the 1930's.
Made by The Hocking Glass Co. These tumblers are in excellent condition and hold 9oz to the top of the rim. Bright and shiny glass!
This tall champagne/sherbert was made by Cambridge in the 1930's. It is in excellent condition.
Made in the mid 1930's, these Colonial Knife and Fork 4 oz Clarets, or tall wines were made by The Hockling Glass Co. and are in excellent condition.
Made by The Hocking Glass Co. These tumblers are in excellent condition and hold 5 oz to the top of the rim. Bright and shiny glass!