Jeannette Glass Neoclassic Style Tall Tumblers for Wedgwood
Neoclassic style Jeannette Glass tall tumblers designed to match a Wedgwood pattern called Jasperware. Neoclassic decor, a revival of ancient Greek and Roman styles, was popular in the 1950’s.
In near-new condition. Gold rims are 98% present. Rare to find with such little wear.
Made by Jeannette Glass in the 1950’s. Designed to compliment Blue Jasperware (English porcelain) dinnerware by Wedgwood from the same era. This color was called Corinthian blue by Jeannette.
Made of thick, quality mold blown glass. The classical decor is a fired on opaque light blue and white. The quality glass is multi-paneled optic with weighted bases. Large size tumblers measure 7″ tall.
Jeannette Glass is famous for early Depression glassware and continued production through post Modernism. A U.S. factory, it closed it’s doors in 1983.