Norman Rockwell Barware Vintage 1960's Glassware Saturday Evening Post Highball Cocktail Beverage Glasses
Each glass is adorned with precious Norman Rockwell lithograph from his early 1900's slice of life artwork.
The back of the glass reads "The Saturday Evening Post NORMAN ROCKWELL Glassware Collection" It also states the name of the art work and the date it was published on the cover of the Post.
The art included in this set are: Shall We Dance? Jan. 13, 1917; Wedding March, June 23, 1928; The Accordionist, Aug, 30, 1924; Gramps Encounters, Dec. 20, 1919; Skaters, Feb. 7, 1920; and, Soap Box Racer, Jan. 9 1926
When viewing Norman Rockwell's art I have one of three responses, "I can relate (been there, done that)", "I wish that were me (wish I was there)", or "I am SO glad that isn't me". Please look at the pictures again. Don't you agree? Even over 100 years later, Norman Rockwell's depiction of human situations is spot on. The early 1900's era portrayals are just a wonderful bonus.
Clear Glass with heat bonded design
12 oz. glasses measure 4 1/2" h x 3 1/4" diameter
Heavy weight, substantial glass
Set of Six
Excellent home bar and man cave glassware.
Lovely for entertaining and everyday home use.
SUPERIOR condition - no chips or scratches or signs of age, wear or use.
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