A pretty Ice Blue candy dish made by Indiana Glass in the 1960s. This is one of their most elaborate molds; this particular dish was made in a variety of colors but this one is a real standout. It measures about 7 inches tall and about 7 and 1/4 inches long on the longest side. There are no chips or cracks; there is something along the interior edge of the dish that looks like a small bubble or a bruise, however it is perfectly smooth to the touch so I think is a small manufacturing quirk. I have a good magnified picture of it. It really isn't noticeable unless pointed out - I just mention to be thorough. Very pretty! Indiana Glass can trace its roots all the way back to 1897 in Dunkirk, Indiana. The company has changed hands many times over the years but have managed to survive in one form or another, although the Dunkirk facility is closed.
Vintage Indiana Glass Ice Blue Open Edge Candy Dish