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Harvest Milk Glass
Picture Chart of all the Indiana Harvest Milk Glass Items
Bread & Butter Plates - 6 inch
Butter Dish & Cover
Cake Plate
Candleholders
Bread & Butter Plates - 6 inch
Butter Dish & Cover
Cake Plate
Candleholders
Canister - Small
Canister - Medium
Canister - Large
Compote
Canister - Small
Canister - Medium
Canister - Large
Compote or Planter
Cups and Saucers
Dinner Plates - 10 inch
Fruit Bowl
Goblets
Cups and Saucers
Dinner Plates - 10 inch
Fruit Bowl
Goblets
Lace Edge Covered Spooner
Lace Edge Uncovered Spooner
Oval Center Bowl
Lace Edge Covered Spooner
Lace Edge Uncovered Spooner
Oval Center Bowl
 Pitcher -
Juice  Size
Pitchers - Hand Made & Machine Made
Platter - 14 inch
Milk Glass Harvest Punch Set Cheaper Version
 Harvest Punch Set made by Colony
Pitchers - Machine and Hand Made
Platter - 14 inch
Punch Set - Indiana
Punch Set - Colony
Milk Glass Harvest Salad Plate - 8 inch
Salad Plate - Glass Days Souvenir
Salt and Pepper Shakers
Sherbets
Salad Plates -
8 inch
Salad Plate - Glass Days Souvenir
Salt and Pepper Shakers
Sherbets
Snack Sets
Soup or Cereal Bowls
Milk Glass Harvest Sugar - Creamer - Tray Set
Milk Harvest Glass Three Piece Console Set
Snack Sets
Soup or Cereal Bowls
Sugar - Creamer - Tray Set
Three Piece Console Set
Three Tier Tidbit Server
Ice Tea Tumblers
Juice Tumblers
Two and Three Tier Tidbit Server
Tumblers - Ice Ice - Large
Tumblers - Mid Size - Medium
Tumblers - Juice - Small
Vase - 7 inch
Vase - 10 inch
Vegetable Bowl
Vase - 7 inch
Vase - 10 inch
Vegetable Bowl
Wedding Bowl - Covered
Large Uncovered Harvest Wedding Bowl - A little over 8 inches tall and 8 1.2 inches across the Top
Small Uncovered Harvest Wedding Bowl - 7 1/2 inches tall and 6 3/4 inches across the Top
Two Tier Wedding Bowl Assembly
Wedding Bowl - Three Tier Assembly
Wedding Bowl - Large Uncovered
Wedding Bowl - Small Uncovered
Wedding Bowl - Two Tier Assembly
Wedding Bowl - Three Tier Assembly

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