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Item/Description: Vintage ca. 1950s-1960s set of six (6) tall, frosted iced tea beverage glasses/tumblers in assorted pastel hues of pink, yellow and frosty-white.
***Each delightful drinking glass depicts the oh-so-charmingly artistic feminine imagery of Godey’s-like Civil War-era “Gone With the Wind” antebellum Southern belle/belles “ladies of the old South” attired in exquisitely beautiful, period hoop-skirted “belle of the ball” garden party gowns/fashion dresses.
***Whilst relaxingly sipping on your cool, refreshing beverages from this delightful glassware set, you’ll feel transported back in time to ever-so-more genteel days!
Age/Period: Vintage - ca. 1950s-1960s
Manufacturer/Identification/Markings/Country of Origin: Unknown/Unspecified/Unmarked (? Libby Glass, ? Hazel Atlas Glass, ? Federal Glass)
Size/Measurements: 6 ½"H
Quantity: Six (6) glasses
Condition: Glasses are in exceptional condition, exhibiting no nicks, chips, cracks, breaks, paint loss or rubbing wear to any of the painted imagery!