Iridescent carnival glass is made by applying a finish while the pressed glass is still hot, then firing it one more time to bring out a rainbow of colors.
I got out my vintage Indiana Glass deviled egg plate, in the Hobnail pattern in green. It is a cute piece, and inspirational for an Easter table display.
This dish has the colorful, carnival finish, though this piece is a 70s version of the older glassware given away at carnivals, where the name stuck (even if most of the glass was bought by admirers to brighten their homes inexpensively).
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Indiana Glass was made for so long that the available styles cover a number of timeless design trends.
While much of the glass produced by Indiana is now vintage, the styles are still relevant, making this glassware a good candidate for today’s table settings.
This beautiful glassware can fit into many table setting themes and color schemes, as styles come and go over time.
Just look at the modern and traditional contrast of only two patterns made during the 100-year life of this company.
The large piece is a salad serving bowl in the Luau pattern. This item is . . . → Read More: Indiana Glass | Style Old and New