The first female Smurf – Smurfette is featured on this piece of Smurf advertising. It is part of a series of glasses designed to promote the Smurf’s movie that would introduce them to the US in 1983.
One side of the glass pictures Smurfette and the other side has four Smurfs with red hearts shooting around them.
“© Peyo 1982 LIC by Wallace Berrie & Co., Inc. S.E.P.P. D.M. INTL.” is written along the bottom.
Smurfette, the first female Smurf, was introduced in a comic strip in 1966.
This great piece of vintage advertising is in excellent condition. There are no cracks or chips and the design is still vibrant & shows minimal to no wear. There is a ring around the glass about an inch from the bottom (on all of the Smurf glasses we have). It doesn’t “feel” differently on the outside & I can’t fit my hand in the glass to see if it is scratched on the inside… but, it is certainly visible to the eye. The only thing we can think of that may have caused this is they were possibly stacked when stored.
It measures 6" (15.2 cm) tall and is 2 5/8" (6.7 cm) across.
This wonderful Smurfette glass is a great addition to a vintage advertising collection and of course is absolutely perfect for the Smurf fan in your life.
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