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Posted 6 years ago

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I found these at a garage sale recently and thought they were quite interesting. They are really quite heavy and have several raised rosebuds all around the exterior. Measure 2 1/2 across and 4 1/4 high. No markings on the bottom. Does anyone have any idea what they are? They are the heaviest small glasses I've ever come across in my lifetime. Closest I can come to are Fenton Colonial Blue Raised Roses Tumblers. Must be an early make as later reproductions had the Fenton logo. Am I off target or spot on?

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  1. mocean mocean, 6 years ago
    I don't know, but I love them! Great find!
  2. Bridget, 6 years ago
    Thanks for the love mocean and trgrubaugh!!!
    Mocean....thanks....they are wonderful!
  3. Paul71 Paul71, 6 years ago
    Fenton first made this pattern in the 1960s in their Colonial colors (green, pink, blue) before they began marking their glass.

    Incidentally, their inspiration for this pattern was a line by the United States Glass Company (Tiffin) that was produced in the 1920s. Fenton copied the pattern and expanded the line. I believe USGCo only made dresser items and candy boxes. Most (if not all) of theirs was colored glass with a satin finish.
  4. Bridget, 6 years ago
    Thanks Paul that is some good information. Your very knowledgeable. So that would make them "fairly" old. I like them and intend to keep them and pass them on to my children. I'll have to look for a bit of information on USGCo as well. Thanks a new one for me....

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