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Antique 1890s Wedding Gift Heirloom Etched Tumblers

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A sweet set of four tumblers with a floral and leaf design etched on them. Thin walled glass with flat bottom. The leaf design seems to shoot through the flower like a cupids arrow. A perfect symbol of love as these were given as a wedding gift. Mary Alexander and Elmer Baker were wed on March 25, 1891, in York County, Pennsylvania and this was one of the lovely gifts that they received. Each glass is 3-5/8" high x 2-5/8" diameter opening, diameter of base is 2-3/8". Occasional bubbles in the glass. One glass has some little teeny tiny nibbles on the rim that appear to be antique flea bites that have become smooth over time. Cards are not included.

Antique 1890s Wedding Gift Heirloom Etched Tumblers