The Hocking Glass Company produced these four green tumblers between 1930 and 1934. They are in the Cameo Ballerina or Dancing Girl pattern.

The juice tumblers measure 3-3/4" in height, have a mouth diameter of 2-5/8" and a base diameter of 2-1/4". They hold 5 oz. comfortably . They have the optic panels with three rounded base rows. Mauzy's Depression Glass, Edition 4 , shows many pieces of the pattern in green, with this juice tumbler referenced on pages 30 and 33.

All four tumblers are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, fleabites or scratches. The glasses are a clear green with no cloudiness. Beautiful condition!

The handled Dunbar Glass Company tray was manufactured during the 20's and 30's. It measures about 8" in diameter and is about 7-1/2" to the top of the handle. T are four round indented sections to hold your tumblers. It sits on a little 1/4" skirt. T are no chips, cracks, fleabites or scratches in this tray -- a bit of manufacturing roughness -- not fleabites -- on some of the base mold lines -- very minor. All other mold lines, including the handle, are smoothly finished, as well as the indents. T is one little particle of carbon embedded in the glass from manufacture. The color of the tray matches the glasses perfectly.

All pieces glow wonderfully under the black light!
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