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King's Crown (Thumbprint) by Tiffin, Indiana Glass

Pattern Description

King's Crown (Thumbprint) is a glassware pattern originally made by U.S. Glass (Tiffin), from the late 1800's through the 1960's, and later made by Indiana Glass Company during the 1970's. Colors made include crystal, mulberry, crystal with ruby and cranberry flashing, crystal with various flashing including gold, silver, blue, yellow. In later years, amber, avocado, and iridized colors were made by Indiana Glass.

Detail of Decoration

King's Crown (Thumbprint) glassware has a row of thumbprint shaped indentations, a row of small raised dots, and a large plain band at the top or outside of the piece.

Sample Compote

King's Crown Amber Iridized Compote

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