Hand blown Mexican glass from the mid-1900's. This glass was made in jewel-like colors, like this rich amber or topaz. Each piece has dozens of tiny infused bubbles - thus the name "bubble glass".
Here we have three 4 1/2" stemmed cordials or small wine glasses. Each is about 2" wide at the top. Two are smooth and one is done in a swirl pattern. Also included is a globe-shaped glass, 3" high and 3 1/4" across. The globe shaped glass has a rough pontil on the base. No damages were noted.
This bubble glass was part of an arts and crafts revival, which started in Mexico in the 1940's. These pieces probably date from the 1960's or 1970's.