Here is a great old pitcher and tumblers set from Anchor Hocking Glass Company. These are in the Bubble pattern, sometimes referred to as "Bullseye" or "Provencial", as well. These are pictured on page 17 of "Collectible Glassware from the 40's, 50's, 60's", eighth edition, by Florence. Bubble is one of Anchor Hocking's most collected patterns. Bubble was produced from 1940 to 1965.
The 64 ounce, ice-lip pitcher stands 9 1/2" tall, is 6 1/2" across from the tip of the pouring spout to the back of the handle, about 6" in diameter at the widest point of the body, and measures 3 3/4" across the base. The 5 ounce juice tumblers are 3 3/4" tall, just over 2" across the rim, and just under 1 1/2" across the base. There are not chips, cracks, flakes, or other damage of any sort that I can detect.
A great addition to or start on your Hocking, Royal Ruby, Mid-Century, or other collection! Wonderful on display ofr for use in your Retro kitchen!
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