4 Vintage Crackle Marigold Large Tumbler Glasses by Jeanette - Iced Tea Retro Depression Era Carnival Glass - Tall Textured Set 4 Drinkware


A Vintaget set of 4 carnival Depression glass tumbler or Iced Tea sized glasses made by Jeanette. These glasses are an iridescent marigold color and are circa 1930s. They are a funnel shape with a wide top opening a a wide round base. The bases have a subtle paneling on them and are not crackle glass but smooth. There is a seam on one side of each of the glasses and some bumps and bubbles that are typical of Carnival Glass.

The Crackle Marigold pattern features raised crackle pattern with a slight ombre of color with the tops a darker shade of the marigold color. There is some variation between the four glasses as was typical of carnival glass from the Depression Era.

They measure 253/4” high. The top opening has a 3 1/2” diameter. The bases have a 3" diameter.

All four are in nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Light wear commensurate with vintage age. See photos for detail. 


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