2 Mayfair Pink Depression Era Iced Tea Glasses w/ Raised Flowers by Anchor Hocking - Pair Antique Glass Unique Drinkware ca 1930s Vintage

$54.00 $60.00

A beautiful pink depression glass set in of 2 iced tea or water glasses in the Mayfair pattern by Anchor Hocking. Anchor Hocking made their Mayfair pattern from 1931 to 1937.

The design features raised roses that face each other in the center. There is a nice line of curves and points above the florals. There are vertical soft ribbed panels on each of the four corners. The bottom has a circle in the very center and starburst rays coming from it.

These depression era pieces have some small air bubbles in the glass here and there typical of depression glass - see photo closeups.

Height: 6 5/8 in
Width: 3 3/4 in

In nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Some irregular edges on the base of one of the glasses. There is light wear typical of vintage glass item that is circa 1930s.

Still so very lovely!


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