I'm pleased to offer this pair of Roxana yellow Depression Glass sherbets by Hazel-Atlas. Roxana is a pretty Art Deco mold-etched design featuring a square frame around a stylized flower with four heart-shaped petals. The frame is in turn surrounded by elaborate scrolls on all four sides, with the side and bottom scrolls extending into a fern-like leaf pattern. This motif curves around the front and back of the cone-shaped sherbet and is repeated on the underside of the foot. The rim and foot are slightly octagonal with indented scallops separating each side.
Each sherbet measures 2-3/4 inches tall and 3-3/4 inches in diameter at the rim, 2-3/8 inches across the foot.
Roxana was made by Hazel-Atlas for only one year in 1932 as promotional items for products making these sherbets quite hard to find. There are only seven different known pieces of this pattern. There is no mark.
There is an old, smooth, shallow edge chip on the foot of the sherbet shown with a circular sticker. This is about 1/4-inch long and blends in with the slightly scalloped design so that it is not readily noticeable. As is common in vintage glassware, there are a few manufacturing flaws in the glass, and an expected minor surface scratch or two. None of these detract from these pretty little dishes.