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Horseshoe - Yellow - 1930 to 1933
Horseshoe place setting showing a 9 3/8" luncheon plate, cup & saucer, sherbet, 6" plate, 6 1/2"cereal bowl and 9 ounce tumbler.
Indiana's Line No. 612, also known as Horseshoe by collectors, was produced from 1930 -1933. Full sets are available in yellow and green, with very limited production in pink and crystal. To my knowledge, only the candy dish is found in pink and the creamer and sugar in crystal. This pattern can be prone to mold/extra seam roughness on bowls and plates. Shown is the creamer and sugar, 3 part relish, 9 ounce footed tumbler, and a place setting showing a 9 3/8" luncheon plate, cup & saucer, sherbet, 6" plate, 6 1/2"cereal bowl and 9 ounce tumbler.
Pictures and info provided by Paul Nowack. Thanks Paul!
Horseshoe Sugar and Creamer
Horseshoe Three Part Relish Dish
Horseshoe 9 ounce Tumbler
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