The smaller one is 6.5 inches high and the larger one is 11 inches high.
The heights of these flower frogs can vary slightly.
Seen in a range of Cambridge colours in a clear and frosted finish.
The name Bashful Charlotte is said to have come about when the National Cambridge Collectors Inc. held a ballot amongst their members to find suitable names for Cambridge Glass flower frogs.
By naming previously unnamed items it makes identification so easy rather than trying to remember numbers.
Following the closure of the Cambridge Glass Company in November 1960, Imperial Glass Corporation Bellaire Ohio USA acquired their Bashful Charlotte 6.5" and 11" moulds.
Imperial Glass corporation is said to have reissued the Bashful Charlotte flower frogs.
Pictured below is a label used by the Imperial Glass Corporation to differentiate the glass items that they reissued when using the Cambridge Glass Company moulds.
Following the closure of the Imperial Glass Corporation on the 31st August 1984, the Summit Art Glass Company located in Akron Ohio USA and owned by Russel and Jo Ann Vogelsong acquired the Cambridge Glass Company's 11 inch high Bashful Charlotte mould.
It has been said that only 72 of the Vaseline and only 20 of the Azurite coloured flower frogs were made.
Following the closure of the Summit Art Glass Company in 2006 the National Cambridge Collectors Inc. is said to have acquired this altered mould and other Cambridge Glass moulds that Summit Art Glass Co had in their possession.
Several other so called minor Cambridge Glass moulds are said to be in the possession of collectors.
He has worked on several projects for the National Cambridge Collectors site.
This includes developing the site on flower frogs, which is his specialty.
He has kindly informed me of the following and I quote:
"All the ribbed type 111 bases on all figural flower frogs were modified by Cambridge just prior to the first closure in 1954 but were not yet placed into production."
He also mentions that the reason for the ribbed base was to hide any bubbles that may have formed in the base during the manufacturing process.
I wish to thank this person for taking the time and making the effort to provide this interesting information to me.