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    Posted 6 years ago

    jenre
    (20 items)

    I get a lot of joy out of using these. They are so pretty. I recognize them as King's Crown and probably Indiana Glass, but I'm actually not certain about the maker and have no clue about the year... I'm assuming 1970s.

    I can't find definitive info online. Please help if you can identify them, thanks!

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
      called 'Crown' when sold via Tiara in 1970s-80s
    2. jenre jenre, 6 years ago
      Thanks for the reply, TallCakes :) I'm not sure- Crown appears to have three rows of thumbprints and these glasses only have two.
    3. jenre jenre, 6 years ago
      Just found this, thanks to your mention of "crown" and "tiara". Thanks.

      Indiana Glass started making the gold in the 1950's:

      http://indianaglass.carnivalheaven.com/id254.htm

      Excerpt:
      Indiana Glass introduced the Crown dinnerware pattern in the late 1950's. Crown is also called King's Crown or Thumbprint. It is pattern number 77. The Crown dinnerware pattern was made in crystal clear, gold, olive green and perhaps the most popular, the ruby and cranberry stained. Indiana Glass made Crown in Imperial Blue and it was marketed through Tiara.
    4. antiquerose antiquerose, 6 years ago
      Our ( Sir ) TallCakes is such a wonderful Book of Knowledge. Again Thanks TC for your talent on an ID.

      Your SUPER, as always !!!

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