This Vernon #616 green depression glass luncheon plate by Indiana Glass is an unusual find! Indiana's #616, nicknamed Vernon, is a delicate and more intricate pressed pattern than much of depression glass. The center of the plate features a circular design of lattice and floral vines divided into four quadrants by a double row of vines that form a beautiful cross in the center. The rim is decorated with four floral swags and curved vines that reach toward each other and encircle the rim.
This pretty plate measures 8-3/8 inches in diameter.
This pattern was made by Indiana Glass only from 1930 to 1932, and very few pieces are known, making it a harder to find pattern. There is no mark.
There are surface scratches consistent with normal use. There are no chips or cracks.