These vintage glasses are considered shallow champagnes or tall sherbets. Either way, they have a very nice design on the bowls with griffons or dragons. I believe the pattern of the stemware is called Harding with the #780 stems and the #401 Etching. They were apparently made by the Central Glass Works in the 1920’s and are sometimes referred to as elegant glass rather that depression glass. The color on one is slightly different than the other two.
Each glass measures about 5 5/8” high and 4” in diameter at the top and 2 7/8” at the base. They are in very nice condition with minimal wear.
Priced and sold as the set of three (3). Note that one has a slightly bluish tint to it.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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