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Federal Glass Atomic Glasses, Federal Glass Co. Atomic Snowflake pattern

Sale price $155.60 Regular price $254.91

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Swoon alert! A gorgeous (and rare) set of 7 Federal Glass Co. Atomic Snowflake glasses. The pattern and colors is downright magical. The pattern is an Atomic Snowflake design against vibrant colors that include: 1 Turquoise, 2 Yellow, 2 Sage Green, and 2 Salmon Pink. Truly a stunning set of retro Tom Collins tumblers.

A bit about this manufacturer: The Federal Glass Company, founded in Columbus, OH in 1900, started its operations making pressed glass with mold-etched patterns. The company was a leader in producing what is commonly referred to as Depression glass. By the 1920s, Federal Glass was well known for its glassware. Its hallmark is an F inside a shield. By the Mid Century, Federal Glass Co. was a popular choice for Atomic style patterns including the Inca pattern.

Maker/era: Federal Glass Co, 1960s

Hallmarks: The Federal Glass Co logo can be found on the bottom of the glasses

Measurements: Approx 6 3/4" tall

Condition: Great vintage condition. The glass clarity is clear (zero cloudiness) and the pattern and colors are all vibrant and in great shape. No chips, nicks, or cracks. Truly a breath-taking Mid Century set of glasses.

**On shipping: We take our packaging very seriously and carefully wrap all pieces to ensure safe delivery.

****Important to note pre-purchase: Buyers, please examine all photos carefully as we cannot accept returns due to the fragile nature (the possibility of breakage or damage when being shipped back) of our vintage/antique pieces. Our items are true vintage pieces that might have manufacturers flaws, flaws from age, or imperfections in general from being vintage. We try to explain the condition/description in an accurate and thorough manner but we ask that you please examine all photos carefully and ask all questions before purchasing an item as we are unable to accept returns due to the risk of breakage/damage.