Sherbets are 3" tall and 3-5/8"across rim. They are very similar to the Hazel-Atlas Aurora pattern and a Hazel-Atlas jelly jar shown in an ad in the gallery. The Aurora pattern is not known to have sherbets and it's usually found in cobalt but pink and green were also made.
Hazel Weatherman had an entry for an unknown plate on page 391 of "Colored Glass of the Depression Era, Book 2" that she identified with the pattern name "Simpleton". This plate matches the sherbet in this listing.