Circa 1926 - 1931 this Art Deco pattern produced by Indiana Glass Company is hard to find today and lucky to have survived almost 100 years of use. The pattern was originally made to be used in Tea Rooms and ice cream parlors. The color is a beautiful and delicate pink. This monumental and heavy piece is 9-7/8" (H), 6-3/4" (W) at the rim & 4-3/8" (W) at the octagonal shaped foot and it holds approximately 64 ounces. Condition is good - it really looks like it was never used. However it does have a small flat chip above the pedestalled foot which I feel is hard to see (pix). This could certainly have been in the making since these were pressed and mass produced. Other than that the handle, rim, foot and paneled sides are in mint condition - no chips or cracks.
Specializing in American Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era