Indiana Glass produced the "Pretzel" Glassware pattern beginning in the 1930's. The pattern of criss crossing lines is rather unique and has always had a following. The 7" scalloped edged leaf-shaped plate is considered an "Olive" serving plate. The Olive Serving Plates carry a centered round circular line which is somewhat of a mystery. These were never used like a "saucer" as the indention, or line, would suggest. This glass pattern commonly carries a few manufacturer's anomalies but this serving plate remains clear, glossy, and shining without nicks, chips, cloudiness, or scratches.
*You may also be interested in the Sugar & Creamer Set, Cups & Saucers, and other pieces of this pattern also available in this shop. Multiple item purchases will be safely packaged and combined to save you on shipping.
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