Well - several dealers have have told me these tumblers are Fenton. But I have never seen Fenton coin dot line up vertically, and the tops of these are cut, thought very smooth. That's just not how Fenton makes tumblers; their tops are always fire polished. But these may be made for L. G. Wright by Fenton, or perhaps another old glass maker with the proper skills. Not like anything I have ever seen. The glass is a little thicker than Victorian glass, which is a Fenton characteristic. Very pretty milky blue color, and each is perfect, and they are well matched. I have also seen these in cranberry for sale out there - just one tumbler with the same coin dot pattern. These measure 3 3/4 inches tall. Fenton? Not in my opinion. Pretty? You betcha!
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