Do you need a sherbet in one of these patterns to complete a set? Purchase one or both. The price shown is for one.
Choose between the Fairfield Pattern by Anchor Hocking or the Whitehall Pattern by Indiana Glass.
The Whitehall cubist like pattern was produced by Indiana Glass between the 1950's to 70's. Amber Glass was exceptionally popular in the late 60's and early 70's.
The Fairfield Sherbet by Hocking has the horizontal elongated thumbprint like pattern.
Both pedestal dessert glasses measure approximately 3 1/4" tall by 3 5/8" wide at the mouth. Both remain without chips and the glass scratch free.
Shipping will be combined on multiple item purchases.
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