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Natalie Karso, Susanville CA   

HARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival GlassHARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival GlassHARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival GlassHARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival GlassHARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival GlassHARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival GlassHARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival GlassHARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival Glass

Offering a wonderful set of four ‘Indiana Carnival Glass’ HARVEST patterned cooler tumblers that were first created in the 1950's! Each iridescent amber drinking glass displays a wonderful array of secondary and tertiary Autumn colors, like violet, purple, blue, persimmon, and gold. Additionally, the Harvest pattern is uniquely reminiscent of it’s popularity during the 1970’s with it’s grape clusters and grapevines symbolizing abundance. They would be perfect for your harvest table setting, like Thanksgiving!

Each measures 5.75” tall, 3.5” wide opening, and a 2.25” diameter weighted bottom.

Condition of all four are fantastic! Not a single flaw is detected as they were never used. One would consider ‘new old stock’ (NOS). However, I did include a close-up of the mold marks; such as, the small bead (2mm x 3mm) at the lip (on 3 of them) and the small, 3mm indent at the lip (on one of them). All are perfectly smooth and were created from the mold during production, thus not flaws.

So if you are in search for a special addition to your seasonal Autumn décor or table setting then look no more! They are so warm and inviting that simply placing them about with a candle is sure to feel cozy.

NOTE: The Indiana Glass Company (Dunkirk, Indiana, USA) was officially established in 1907 and ceased their operation on November 26, 2002. It was well known for its Contemporary Carnival Glass production during the 1970’s. Their best-known pattern was possibly the “Harvest”, which enjoyed a major revival in the craft during that period. These glass pieces were considered “of its time” and today is considered retro. It is quite nostalgic and typical of its era. Plus, in a couple more years it will be half-a-century old! Indiana’s Carnival pieces are representative of their era. Specifically, they are a compliment to and testimony of the popularity of mainstream Classic Carnival that began around 1906.

Item ID: C148


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HARVEST Grace Pattern Tumblers (4) ~ Retro INDIANA Carnival Glass

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