Here are the hard to find green Depression Glass sherbets in the Indiana Horseshoe No. 612 pattern. Indiana No. 612 is a beloved Depression glass pattern known to collectors as "Horseshoe" for its arching scroll design resembling a horseshoe shape molded into the glass. An all over floral motif enhances the beauty of the pattern making it a long-time favorite that is becoming increasingly difficult to find.
Each of these Horseshoe sherbet bowls measure 3-inches tall and 3-1/2 inches in diameter at the rim. The square foot is 2-3/16 inches across.
This unmarked pattern was made by Indiana Glass only from 1930 through 1933.
Two of the three have the tiniest, nearly imperceptible fleabite on the rim that is truly almost too small to be seen, but you can catch it with your fingernail. There is no other damage to these lovely sherbets.
Priced as a set, you will receive all three sherbets.