Cobalt Blue Glassware was cheap glassware that was made most commonly in the 1930s. During this time, the General Mills Cereal released cobalt Blue Glassware with Shirley's likeness on it as a FREE GIFT with the purchase of Wheaties cereal. A pitcher, cup, and bowl were released. The pitcher is most common and is worth around $35-45, the cup and bowl are more rare and are usually worth around $50 or more. According the Pat Smith's Shirley Temple Dolls and Collectibles (Volume 1) there was also a shorter pitcher available with the same picture on it that the cup has, I have never seen this one for sale, and it seems to be quite rare. In the 1970s/1980s reproduction Shirley Temple glassware was released to the market. The quality of the reproductions are significantly decreased, and it is easy to tell by the way the picture of Shirley looks on the glassware as to which are original and which are not. Many other Shirley glassware is available now including plates, glasses, and much more. This is very pretty, but it is a recent collectible, and not valued the same as the originals.