The Tiffin Glass Company and Indiana Glass both produced this Thumbprint pattern which has become known as King's Crown.
Both of these Goblets are 5 5/8" tall. Their flared mouth is 3" across. No chip or nicks are found and no disturbance is detected in the Ruby Flashing, Both are beautiful and in Excellent Condition.
The price is for TWO.
There is much said about how to determine which company made which glassware. Many sellers will list certain characteristics which differentiate their glassware between the two companies. Most often I have read that the "Thumbprint" that is round was made by Indiana while the more elongated or oval (like these stemmed glasses) was made by Tiffin. After seeing multiple pieces and sets of King's Crown glassware in their original boxes I have come to realize that Indiana's King's Crown definitely offers the elongated thumbprints just like these. These water goblets are exactly the same as those I have seen within their original Indiana Glass Box.
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