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VIntage milk glass dessert cups in yellow, orange, and brown with a pedestal-style base. Set of three (one in each color). Just perfect for ice cream, sherbet, pudding, custard, mousse, etc!

Each cup measures three inches (7.6 cm) tall and 3.25 inches (8.2 cm) in diameter across the top.

Bottoms of the yellow and brown cups read" Heat Resistant USA," while the orange cup has no maker's marks.

Excellent vintage condition. Each cup starts out slightly faded at the top and moves into a more saturated color. The colors are bright and vibrant. There are no cracks or scratches to the inside or outside. There is some age-related bubbling to the color around the pedestal base on the brown cup.

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Frequently asked questions about VintageSoup

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Absolutely! If a customer purchases more than one item at the same time, I will pack all the items into one box (or as few boxes as possible) and then refund any shipping money that is left over.
Good question, I get asked this a lot. So most of the items come from local thrift stores like Savers, Goodwill, and some smaller area thrifts. Occasionally items come from garage sales and estate sales. And every once in a while, I'll find an item that fits my fancy at an antique store, usually when I'm down south visiting family.