This Royal Lace Cobalt Blue Depression Glass Tumbler was made by Hazel Atlas. One of the prettiest Depression Glass patterns, Royal Lace is a design of nearly heart-shaped lacy medallions separated by an Art Deco style pointed rib design. Four of these medallion combinations ring the upper half of the tumbler, and four of the fanned rib designs create a quatrefoil effect on the bottom.
This 9-ounce tumbler measures just under 4-1/4 inches tall and 3-1/8 inches in diameter at the rim, 2-inches at the base.
Made between 1938 and 1941, there is no mark. Hazel-Atlas introduced this pattern in 1934 but did not produce it in cobalt until 1938.
There is a barely visible, tiny edge nick on the outside rim just big enough to catch your fingernail. Aside from minor expected shelf wear on the foot, there are no other condition issues.
Though Royal Lace has been reproduced, I can guarantee the authenticity of this piece. The newer tumblers have many differences and do not compare to the quality.