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Indiana/Colony Glass Company - Dinnerware

See also: Indiana/Colony Glass Company Glassware, Indiana/Colony Glass Company Kitchenware, Indiana/Colony Glass Company Barware

The Indiana Glass Company began as part of the Ohio Flint Glass Company which was later sold to the National Glass Company. They officially became Indiana Glass Company in 1907. They produced a wide variety of glass items in a wide array of colors. The Indiana Carnival (Iridescent) is probably the most popular. In 1983 Lancaster Colony purchased the company. Lancaster Colony closed the factory in 2002. I have many pieces/colors of the Indiana Thumbprint line as well as other patterns.


Crystal Happenings

I don't know if Indiana Glass produced anything in the pattern other than egg relish dishes.

Indiana/Colony Glass Company Crystal Happenings Egg Relish Dish

Thousand Line

I don't know if Indiana made anything other than these salad spoons and forks in the Thousand Line pattern.

Indiana/Colony Glass Company Thousand Line Glass Salad Server Set

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