The Harvest molds were created in the 1950's and were extensive, including a whole dinnerware line. The Harvest molds were first used to produce beautiful snowy white, handmade milk glass items. Indiana Glass continued to produce the milk glass Harvest items throughout the 1950's and 1960's. The "Colony Harvest" pattern was obtained most often through the redemption of S & H green stamps in the Midwestern states. Then in 1971, Indiana Glass introduced the Blue Harvest Carnival line. By 1974, gold and lime green carnival colors were added. The Harvest carnival was produced for about 10 years. None of the Harvest molds have been used since about the mid 1980's. Indiana Glass closed in 2002. As of this time there have been no Harvest reproductions in any color or glass treatment. The Harvest carnival glass goblets were first introduced in blue by the Indiana Glass Company in 1971. By 1974, the gold and lime green carnival colors were added to the line. They were sold in boxes of four. These stand just over 5 inches tall and they weigh 3/4 of a pound each. This set comes with 10 (12 are pictured) goblets. They hold 9 ounces of liquid. This set is in near MINT condition if not MINT. NO chips etc. I have a second set with 8 goblets that I will sell for 90 dollars. It also is in near MINT condition.
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