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RARE Good Luck Pitcher and Tumbler set
RARE Good Luck Pitcher and Tumbler set made by Indiana Glass in in 1974
This beautiful set in red carnival glass was made by Indiana Glass. The Carnival Glass Clubs sometimes had special carnival glass items made for their conventions. The pitcher was the very first souvenir made for the Heart of America Carnival Glass Association (H.O.A.C.G.A). There were approximately 500 pitchers made in 1974 and they were sold to club members only. The pitchers were fashioned after the old Northwood Raspberry pitchers. The design on the pitcher is the horseshoe and whip with the words Good Luck above the horseshoe. This is the design on the old Northwood Good Luck bowls. It is dated 1974 in the middle of the horseshoe and under the horseshoe it has the letters H.O.A.C.G.A which stands for Heart of America Carnival Glass Association.
The matching tumbler was the second souvenir for H.O.A.C.G.A and it was made in 1975. The design on the front of the tumblers is the same as the pitcher but on the inside bottom of the pitcher it says "Souvenir of 1975". These sets are GORGEOUS, much nicer than pictured. To see more pictures of this very RARE red carnival glass Indiana Glass set, Click on the small pics below.
Encore by Dorthy Taylor - Book I - Second Printing 1984.
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