vintage candlewick glasses, set of 4
Playful mid-century glasses with a bubble design that encircles the bottom of the glass. The bubbles catch the light and make any drink a little more fun!
The Candlewick pattern was made in the U.S. by Imperial Glass, a company that started in 1904 in Bellaire, Ohio. Candlewick was its most popular pattern from the late 1930’s through the 1950’s. (The name comes from a sewing stitch called Candlewick, which resembles beads.) This pattern is similar to the Boopie pattern made by Anchor Hocking – the difference is that Candlewick has a little bit of space between the bubbles.
The glasses are in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks.
Each glass is 4 3/4″ tall and holds 8 oz, 10 oz to the rim.