Lovely set of 4 petite black footed glasses from the 1930's. The bowls are clear glass with the beautiful optic ribbing on the interior. The glass has a wheel etched flower sprig on each of the four sides of the bowl. The base is referred to as Lily or Lilly Pad flower shape and is made of black glass.
Each glass measures 2" wide across the top and 3-7/8" tall. They hold almost 9 ounces to the very top. Could be a small water tumbler or maybe a perfect glass for juice.
I believe these to have been made by Weston Glass Company of West Virginia but this form has also been made by Fry, Louie, Seneca and McBride Glass companies. I have seen this type of glass usually without the optic ribbing and I still haven't found this particular etch but it is very pretty!
Excellent condition with no chips or cracks. One glass has a small flaw in the area where the black base attaches to the clear section (see photo) and one glass has a shallow very small chip on the underneath of one of the black petals, very minor and not seen unless turned over and inspected.
The price shown is for a set of 4 glasses but I have 2 sets of 4 available at the time of this listing. I will also be listing some matching sherbet cups.
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