Indiana Glass Later Patterns at Cat Lady Kate’s Glass Indiana collectible patterns from the 1940s through the 80s include Teardrop, Oleander, Christmas Candy, Diamond Point and Wild Rose. Check Cat Lady Kate’s Glass for these and more!
a wavy zig zag that looks just like old time ribbon candy. It was made in both crystal and teal and is relatively scarce. In 7 years of collecting we’ve seen crystal twice and teal once. Our website has a few pieces of teal. The creamer, sugar and cup are particularly fun with their lightning bolt shaped handles.
Diamond Point is heavy and borrows from several early pressed glass patterns. It has a band of smooth glass around the rims that you may find with red flashing. Diamond Point comes in a rainbow of colors and is fairly plentiful if you enjoy it. We have two styles of goblets available so please be sure to check pictures before ordering to make sure you get the one you want. One style is concave and the other is bulbous.
Indiana’s Pretzel, Number 622, was made from the late Depression into the 1980s and you may find it listed as Depression glass. This is an Indiana pattern that tends to have blobs of extra glass or a bit of roughness on the seams. The creamer and sugar in our store are super cute with pedestal feet and curlicue handles.
If you are looking for glass that is attractive and available in enough pieces to give you a collecting challenge, you may want to look at Indiana’s glass made after the depression. Patterns such as Double Fleur De Lis and Wild Rose are fun to collect to collect and you’ll enjoy owning and using them!
Be sure to check our TIAS store Cat Lady Kate’s Glass and our eBay store under seller name catladykate, for a good selection of collectible Indiana Glass. Catladykate is a member of the online Glass and Pottery Selllers Association, and committed to accurate descriptions, careful shipping and customer satisfaction.