Named for the pattern’s overlapping dots, Eclipse glasses were designed in the 1950s by Russel Wright and manufactured by Bartlett-Collins in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. They’re sometimes called ‘Sooner’ glasses, as well.
They were made in red, yellow, blue, and green with gold dots and a gold rim. I don’t know if they were ever made in any other colors. The ice bucket came in black, but I’ve never seen glasses in black.
These juice glasses have a different shape from all of the other Eclipse glasses. They’re straight, where the others are in the “Oklahoma” shape, which is wider at the top.
Below are Eclipse wanna-be glasses. Like the Eclipse design, they have bubbly dots in pretty colors and gold. However, the gold dots don’t overlap the colored dots. They differ from the Bartlett-Collins glasses in their size and shape.The rims are not gold like the Russel Wright glasses. The colors are different, too. Mine are turquoise, green, and red-orange. I’ve also seen them in pale pink. In some ways, I prefer these glasses. The colors go better with the color scheme in my house and the glass is thicker. I don’t know who manufactured them.