Swanky Swigs are decorated tumblers that were originally sold by Kraft, starting in 1933. They had Kraft cheese spread in them and were sealed with metal lids with rubber gaskets. They’re 4 1/2 inches tall and were hand-decorated with stenciled patterns. Kiddie Kups were released in 1956 and I haven’t found any online sources with all the designs, so here you go. If you can find them, they usually go for fairly cheap and are some of the more common Swanky Swigs.
Each cup has a different animal on each side, facing a toy version of itself. Around the top on each side, in white, is a duck, deer, bunny, pig, bird, rooster, and dog, which matches one of each of the designs.
In red, a bird and an elephant.
In orange, a dog and a rooster.
In green, a bunny and a kitty (the green is a bright spectrum green).
In blue, a teddy and a pig (and the pig is the only design where the real animal is to the right of the toy).
In brown, a deer and a squirrel (it’s a chocolate brown, which didn’t show up well in the picture).
In black, a duck and a horse.
Like any screen-printed glass, you can’t put these in the dishwasher because it will dull and scratch the design. I love my glasses. Only one is chipped (unfortunately not one of the ones I have three of). The black and the brown are my favorite.