The Tiffin Glass Company was founded in 1889 by A.J. Beatty in Tiffin, Ohio. Tiffin glass was billed as "America's Prestige Crystal" and was advertised as being "within reach of the limited budget". At one time the output of Tiffin was double that of A.H. Heisey and Cambridge. Production ceased in 1983.
This lovely set of 6 champagne/tall sherbets is the "Cherokee Rose" pattern, stem #17403, circa 1941-1966. The motif consists of roses in bloom with an urn surrounded with flowers, scrolls and swags. The graceful stem has a decorative knot below the bowl and near the clear base supporting a gently tapered ribbed column. The pattern has many characteristics of the "June Night" pattern and would work together to create a beautiful table setting. The champagne/tall sherbets measure 5 7/8"" in height, 4 1/8" across the top and hold 5 1/2 ounces. There are no cracks, chips or repairs. A matching set of 4 are also listed in my store