This 1950's -60's Gothic pattern by Hazel Atlas became much more widely recognized as "Peanut Butter Glass" when used by the Big Top Peanut Butter Company as an advertising promotion. For a little more confusion, a Big Top Peanut Butter ad referred to the glassware as "Early American Glass." In order for a customer to complete a set of glassware, the peanut butter company could almost count on selling a minimum of four glasses, in one size or another, to each customer.
These footed sherbets were used as dessert dishes, sherbet, ice cream, pudding, etc... When I was young we used sherbets like these for Mama's home made banana pudding...yummm!
Each of these four footed sherbets are in Excellent Condition without chips found. The price is for the four. You may also wish to see the matching Tea Glasses in this pattern also in this shop
The Love of Yesterday: Mostly Mid-Century thro the Depression to a Glimpse of Victorian...and more
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