Monday, January 23, 2012

Indiana Glass Sandwich Pattern Bowl

This is the second part of my Christmas gift from Mary.

It is a Clear Sandwich Pattern bowl by Indiana Glass.
It is the largest piece in my collection. 
Mary was so excited that she called me when she found this in an antique shop in Florida.
She described it as a "fruit bowl". 
I was so excited when she gave it to me!  It is 9.5 inches across the top and 4.5 across the bottom.
It looks like some of the vintage punch bowls I have seen.
It would be a fabulous to use as a fruit bowl! 
Thanks, Mary!!

7 comments:

Antiques And Teacups said...

How special! That's a favorite pattern...a go-with-anything for sure!
Ruth

Steph said...

Oh, yes a versatile piece! And I like Indiana Glass!

Joyce said...

I missed the "first part" of your Christmas present from Mary. But she must be a wonderful friend!! I will have to go back through the posts and see what else you recieved!

Angela McRae said...

Gorgeous! I think this glassware is such a classy and classic-looking pattern. (And I still say you need to share Mary with the rest of us, ha!).

parTea lady said...

Your Indiana Glass Sandwich pattern bowl is lovely. It will make a great fruit bowl.

Marie said...

Love it! I have some pressed glass of my own to post soon. This is a great berry bowl!

Marilyn said...

It would be gorgeous for all kinds of salads. Love putting fruit and salads in vintage bowls and this one is beautiful.

 

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