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 in a green cup and saucer, making it a long-time favorite.
Three sets are available. Each cup measures 3-3/4 inches in diameter, 4-5/8 with the handle, and 2-1/4 inches tall. The diameter of each matching saucer is 6 inches. There is no mark.
This pattern was made by Indiana Glass from 1930 to 1933.
Each of the saucers has the expected surface scratches inside the center cup ring and an extremely tiny bit of mold seam roughness on the edge. This is common to Depression Glass and is usually done in the manufacturing process. One cup has a truly insignificant place on the inner rim that will catch your fingernail, but isn't seen or even felt with the pad of the finger. There is no damage to the other cups.