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Indiana Glass154 of 173Vintage Clear Glass  4 footed Trinket or Candy Dish with starburst design and daisiesFour Green Cups with Sugar bowl and same design
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    Posted 12 years ago

    Danwortham
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    I found this picture, seven glasses and two of these ice cream cups.
    Please forgive me, I do not have any knowledge on items dealing with
    dishes of any kind.
    I think these items are pretty, Amber in color and reflect different colors
    as light hits them.
    Please help, Is this a tea pitcher? Tea glasses? Is there a name to go with
    the type of glass?
    At the moment i call it the rainbow Tea picture and glasses.

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    1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 12 years ago
      I'm confused, did you find the picture or the pitcher or was it a picture of the pitcher?
    2. TallCakes TallCakes, 12 years ago
      the pattern is called Harvest (AKA: Grape & Leaf) and wass made by Indiana Glass in the 1970s. You have a pitcher, tumblers and goblets. It is carnival glass and Indiana Glass called the color gold.
      http://indianaglass.carnivalheaven.com/id4.htm

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