1950's Red Cherry and Red Rooster Decorated Cocktail Tumblers (2)
I don't know who the maker is but it could have been any of a half dozen different glass manufacturers of the 1950's and those who particularly made the decorated tumbler sets. Main makers that come to mind are Anchor Hocking, Bartlett-Collins, Libbey, and MacBeth-Evans. This style and shape are listed as Cocktail Tumblers in my "Decorated Tumbler" book by Hazel Marie Weatherman, although most sellers have them listed as footed juice glasses. You could certainly use them as juice glasses but they only hold 3-1/2 ounces, just a large swallow or two.
I believe these were used but they are still in fine shape. No chips, bites, scratches, or cracks, and the cherry and rooster decoration is still shiny.
They measure 3" Tall and have a 2-1/2" Opening. Holds 3-1/2 ounces.
Children would love these, just the right size for their little hands.
Thanks for looking, enjoy your day, and don't let these get away!
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