Sword and Circle

This tumbler has nine panels divided by vertical indentions (swords, I guess), and indented circles. The tumblers are 4 3/8 inches tall, juice glasses 3 1/2 inches tall. Juice glasses sold for $235 in 1993 and $100 in 1995. A red juice glass with splotchy light iridescence sold in 2002 for $100. In 2013 a marigold tumbler brought $25.

Carnival Glass collectors have come to know this pattern by the Sword and Circle name, but DoRi Miles, Pattern Glass Editor at EAPGPatterns.com points out that the original name was High Point and was made by Anchor Hocking, probably during the 1940s-60s.

Hartung Book Seven: Sword and Circle