Goofus glass is also known the names Mexican Ware, Holligan Glass, or even Pickle Glass. It is a presed glass with relief designs painted either on the front or the back of the class. It was very popular from 1890 to 1920, and it was used as a premium at carnivals.
The glassware was produced by several companies such as Imperial and Northwood. It lost its popularity when people found that the paint tarnished or even wore off after repeated washings and wear. If you find a piece in good condition, treasure it.
The color of the glass also varies just like the manufacturers as well. Green, crystal, and even milk glass are some of the colors that can be found.
Even though there has been no record of its manufacture has been found after 1920, there are plenty of patterns to show off anywhere in your house. Patterns like Cabbage Rose, Peacock In A Tree, Three Mums, or even Morning Glory are but a small examples that can decorate any room in the house.
You can see some great example of Goofus Glass in my Etsy shop here. Have you found any examples of Goofus glass?