Here are TWO pretty "Autumn Leaf" pattern frosted drinking glasses, made to coordinate with the long-loved Hall China kitchenware and table china. According to our Hall book, this style of tumbler was made only between 1940 and 1949.
Both are 5-1/2 inches tall, and both carry the scrolling circled-L marking of Libbey Glass molded into the bottom. (The picture shows the "L" , looking down into the glass.)
CONDITION: These lovely glasses display exceptionally well. There are absolutely NO cracks, chips, nicks or cloudiness. The enamel decoration is wonderfully bright and sharp with no fuzzy edges. There are only a very few, very light nicks in the paint.
IMPORTANT: Our NEXT TO LAST PHOTO shows the OUTSIDE of one glass where there is a small spot of frosting missing. The LAST PHOTO shows the SAME PLACE, except INSIDE the glass; a second tiny spot that is along the rim just above it, and it hardly shows. (These will not show for display if you turn the spotty area to the back side.)
We found this lovely pair at a sale and are happy to pass along our savings to a good customer.
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