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These wonderful, old drinking glasses belonged to my Grandmother. I have had them for 50 years and my mother had them along time before that.

Victorian lady in full Gay Nineties regalia, complete with parasol – Here’s to You! Gal of distinction and other things I dare not mention.

Victorian gentleman in very natty Gay Nineties suit, complete with bowler hat – Here’s to Me! "Aristocrat." A prince of guys, I’ll drink to That!

Can-can dancer – Here's to Friends! & song & laughter, Don’t envy us, Our morning after

Weightlifter – Here’s to health! Drink to inspire us. Look out for snakes, Beware of Virus

Couple in a surrey with the fringe on top – Here’s to travel! Oh happy day, Sorry you have To rush away.

I do ship internationally. Please send me your zip for a price quote on shipping.
Here is a little about the artist,

Fran Taylor worked from home from 1938-1945 hand decorating those wastebaskets and other tin items, as well as an ever increasing number of glass pieces. She opened Gay Fad Studios in Lancaster, Ohio, in 1945, and for the next 18 years Gay Fad was one of the best known and most prolific decorating companies in the country.
Fran and her staff did extensive decorating work on “blanks” purchased from Anchor Hocking, Hazel Atlas, Federal Glass, and Imperial Glass, among others. However, few of the Gay Fad pieces were marked (many carried paper labels that were immediately taken off or became lost over the years.

Fran Taylor was an amazingly talented and versatile artist and her pieces run the gamut from colorful fruits and flowers to people and cartoon characters to geometrics to 2-color state souvenir glasses to elaborate full-color Currier & Ives scenes. All are beautiful and all are eagerly sought after by collectors today.

Colors are still bright and pretty. No damage of any kind.
This is a set of 8 and have been packed away in tissue.

Antique, Tall Glasses, Gay Fad Studios, 1939- 1951, Eight Antique Frosted Glasses with Pictures and Poems

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