Here is a set of four Pink Depression Glass tumblers with the Grape Cut 236, made by Standard Glass. Standard Glass' cut numbers 6, 23, and 236 were nearly identical. This particular tumbler is shown in a catalog reprint dating to between 1926 and 1932 in Hazel Marie Weatherman's Colored Glassware of the Depression Era Book 2. A heavy cluster of thirteen grapes dangles from a vine with bilateral and single leaves that circle around the vertically paneled optic tumblers. Of a finer quality than the pressed glass of the era, these tumblers reflect the light and ping beautifully.
Each tumbler measures 5-1/4 inches tall and 2-7/8 inches in diameter.
Made by Standard Glass from 1926 through the 1930s, there is no mark.
All four have manufacturing flaws of squiggly creases and lines in the bottom. One tumbler is undamaged, but one has a bit of rim roughness and a 2mm edge chip, and the two others have one even smaller nick at the rim. The damage is truly negligible. The condition is reflected in the price.