Indiana No. 612 is a beloved Depression glass pattern known to collectors as "Horseshoe" for its arching scroll design, loosely resembling a horseshoe shape, molded into the glass. An all over floral motif enhances the beauty of the pattern, offered here on yellow saucers, making it a long-time favorite.
Horseshoe, No. 612, was made by Indiana Glass from 1930 to 1933. As with most Depression Glass, there is no mark.
Each pretty yellow saucer measures 5-7/8 inches in diameter. Each of the four saucers is in good condition with only the usual expected surface scratches and very slight seam roughness. Offered as a set, you will receive all four saucers.
Try mixing your depression glass colors and patterns for a modern twist to your collection! The last photo shows the cup on a yellow Number 612 saucer. The cup is offered separately at Maggie Belle's Memories.
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