These Pink Depression Glass Footed Tumblers were made by Jeannette Glass in the popular Adam pattern. Adam is a vertical panel pattern with a floral band around the top. The foot of each tumbler has the feathery Art Deco pattern of ferns and leaves that makes Adam easily distinguishable from other Depression Glass patterns. The artistic design forms a kind of a star shape on the bottom of each foot.
Each glass tumbler measures 4-5/8 inches tall. The diameter is 3-1/4 inches at the top, and 2-1/4 inches across each side of the square foot. There is no mark.
Made by Jeannette during the short time from 1932 to 1934, each has what appears to be a popped bubble down inside the glass. These are all in the same place, which indicates that it was in the mold. Similarly, each has a tiny bit of roughness in the three narrow rings at the top. One tumbler has a barely noticeable smooth dip on the corner of the foot that may have been a factory flaw or an old chip. I find no other flaws.
Priced separately for your convenience, there are five tumblers available.