|Other Indiana Patterns|
|In addition to the Harvest and Heirloom patterns, Indiana also made quite a few other patterns. Bear in mind that, like other Indiana Carnival, these were made in huge quantities and are easily found on ebay. If you colllect Indiana, you probably already know that there are so many of these pieces that you can be picky and probably find the items I've listed for less that what I show.|
|Oval center bowl
Without doubt, the most frequently seen piece on ebay. Twelve inches long and found in Indiana's blue (most often seen), green, and amber. Any color is easily found for $10 or so.
These ruffled plates are seen mostly in blue (and occasionally in green and amber) in the 10-inch size, although they are also known in a 6 1/2-inch size. Often identified as English Hob and Button which, obviously, they are not. You needn't pay more than about $12 on ebay.
Known more commonly as a King's Crown compote. They're about 5 inches tall and I've seen them in blue and amber. Sell for under $12.
Often called "Teardrops" because of the design. Mostly seen in blue but amber can be found. Usually sell in the $10 range.
|Princess candy box
These 6-inch diameter bowls are seldom identified correctly, if at all. Invariably in blue, the bring $10 to $15 on ebay.
|Oblong candy box
This lidded compote with the interesting finial is about 7 1/2 inches tall. I've only seen them in this soft blue. They bring between $15 and $20 on ebay.
Windsor, found only in blue, was made in a variety of shapes including the covered candy, bowl, and creamer and sugar shown here. I've also seen a stick-type butter dish and tumblers (though no pitcher as yet). Any of these items will sell in the $10 to $15 range on ebay although you can pay more or less. The covered candy is seen quite frequently.
I've shown the boxes in which these pieces come to make the point that many Indiana pieces can be found with their original boxes. These slick and colorful boxes were from the latter production of Indiana. Earlier boxes were plain with a line drawing of the piece.
Eleven inches in diameter with a fine hobnail back, these egg trays are found mostly in amber, this green, and an occasional uniridized blue. Sell on ebay for around $15.
|Hors D'oeruve tray
I've only seen these 12 3/4" trays in this rather dark blue. The reverse has a leaf pattern. They bring about $20.
Indiana's version of this popular shape is about 7 1/2 inches long. I've seen them in blue, green, amber, and several odd colors. They can be distinguished from other maker's examples by the beaded edge to the bowl and the hen design in rather low relief. The base is almost plain. Any color can be found for about $10 on ebay though the average is closer to $15.
Indiana made several versions of these plates: the blue eagle shown here; fife and drummers in blue, Independence Hall and liberty bell in amber. Any example will seldom bring more than $8 on ebay.
|Tall Footed Compote
Donna Adler reports that these are sometimes called a Tulip compote and only seen in this lime green. They're about 7 1/2 inches tall and I've seen them sell for as little as $5 and as much as $26. Sort of depends, I guess, on how rare you think they are. They're quite common.
|Tiara pitcher and goblet
These were made for Tiara who sold them at home parties. Only known in this lime green. Rather difficult to find. I've seen the pitchers sell at live auction for an average price of about $50; the goblets for $10 to $15. There is also an open swan bowl, a limited edition in 1971: one of these sold at a 2001 live auction for $13. In 2013, a 7-piece water set sold for $55.
|This is the Indiana Tiara swan. Actually quite rare. Thanks to Jennifer for the photo.|