Glass Cover- Betty Boop
Our licensed Betty Boop design measures @ 3.5" tall x 3.5" wide. August is Betty Boops Birthday Month! The iconic cartoon character Betty Boop was inspired by a Black jazz singer in Harlem. Introduced by cartoonist Max Fleischer in 1930, the caricature of the jazz age flapper was the first and sex symbol in animation. Betty Boop is best known for her revealing dress, curvaceous figure, and signature vocals “Boop Oop A Doop!”
-Photos shown on a cedar table light (not included)
Use on our patented Nightlight plug, suction cup, table/mantle stands, plant stake or ornament hook. Please note our patented nightlight plugs are not included with glass covers and all accessories are sold separately here: ACCESSORIES/PLUG
- Stained glass is variegated ~ no two will look exactly alike. Stained glass is made in large sheets, then each piece is cut, then either foiled or fused. Please note that some sheets of glass are 'swirly' and no two pieces will look the same.
FACT # Betty Boop made her first appearance on August 9, 1930.