Here is a pretty set of four Florentine Number 2, known as Poppy, yellow Depression Glass footed juice tumblers by Hazel-Atlas. The pattern is an all-over swirling poppy motif molded into the glass. Hazel-Atlas' two Florentine, or Poppy, patterns are easily confused. Florentine Number 2 is characterized by round pieces, rather than the angled pieces of Florentine Number 1. The two patterns differ mainly in the shapes and blend very nicely together. The smooth, circular foot on these 5-ounce tumblers identifies them as Florentine Two.
Each tumbler measures 3-1/4 inches tall and 2-3/4 inches deep. Each is 3-inches in diameter at the rim and stands on a 2-1/2 inch diameter foot.
This pattern was made by Hazel-Atlas from 1932 to 1935. There is no mark.
Two of the tumblers have a couple of shallow indentations on the side of the foot. These are so smooth that I believe they are manufacturing flaws and not chips. A third tumbler has a stress line on each side of the seam on the foot. Though these can be felt, I believe they are also manufacturing flaws common in depression glass. These lines disappear into the pattern. Other than other expected flaws characteristic of Depression Era Glass, such as bubbles, mold seam roughness, or other irregularities, there is no damage.
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