These mirrored glass place cards are from the 1930s. They have painted floral decoration (stenciled or decal) and a frosted area to write the names of your dinner or bridge party guests - you can wipe off the writing for re-use. The mirrored glass name cards are 3-1/4 inches long and come in their original box of eight, complete with little metal stands for each. The covered box is plain and unmarked with no tears, writing, or damage. The place cards have no writing and don't look like they were ever used, though there is some minor wear to the silvering at the back edges and they need to be cleaned - there is some dust and age film from storage. Two companies made these place cards - Nashco in New York and Glass Craftsman in California.