Indiana Glass Co (USA) 'Harvest' Punch Bowl Set, in Lime Green Iridescent Carnival Glass

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The Indiana Glass Company was formally created in 1908, though the origin of the factory was some years earlier - in 1896 when it was used for building and repairing railroad carriages. It was acquired by The Beaty and Brady Company which started to make domestic glassware, and later, in 1899, it became part of the National Glass Company combine. When this company failed, the plant was bought from receivership and became the Indiana Glass company.

During the Depression years Indiana produced a great deal of tableware and later, automobile lenses. In the late 1950s, Lancaster Glass purchased Indiana and in the early 1960s, the company became part of the large Lancaster Colony Corporation.

​In the 1970s Indiana became a major producer of contemporary carnival glass, producing the 'Harvest' carnival glass series in blue, gold, sunset, green and amethyst.

You can read more about their history, here.

 

THIS LISTING

Pattern Harvest
Model Punch Bowl Set - includes punch bowl, ladle and 12x cups

Production 1973
Colour Lime Green Iridescent Carnival Glass

Dimensions 18cm tall, 31cm diameter (punch bowl); 26cm long (ladle); 6cm tall, 8.5cm diameter (cups) 

Condition Great to excellent condition with very little surface wear. No chips, no cracks. Some light surface wear to the plastic ladle, as expected with age.

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