- There are no footed Cube tumblers in any color. If you see a footed tumbler it's Whitehall, not Cube. (And if it's colored then it's not Fostoria American either unless you are extraordinarily lucky.
- The Cube pitcher is tall, 8 3/4 inches in height, and has straight edges and a flat rim at the top. The Whitehall pitcher is shorter, 7 7/8 inches, and has a slightly rounded base with a small foot.
Cube was one of the very first depression glass patterns, made in pink and green. I've seen very little green as pink is more common here. Sometimes you'll see Cube confused with Indiana's Whitehall or even Fostoria American, but they are actually pretty easy to tell apart. The shapes are different, glass quality is different. And Fostoria made very, very few pieces of pink American. Whitehall is more likely to confuse you than is Fostoria American. Indiana made a Whitehall beverage set of pitcher and footed tumblers in several colors, including pink and green. That beverage set seems to be the piece most often confused as Cube.