Set of 2 Indiana Harvest grape marigold carnival glass goblets. The golden iridescence over the crystal glass produces beautiful hues of pinks, teals and purples. Each 9 oz goblet with a slightly flared opening stands about 5 1/4 inches tall. The pattern includes bunches of grapes with leaves covering arched panels. Great coloring on these and nice iridescence There are no cracks, chips or flakes.
The Harvest mold was designed by Colony Glass, a subsidiary of Lancaster Glass Corp in the late 1940s. Indiana Glass in Dunkirk, Indiana was purchased by Lancaster in 1957. In the early 1970s, interest in carnival glass increased and Indiana Glass started producing this pattern in iridescent blue, iridescent green and iridescent gold. Indiana Glass produced this pattern in the "new" carnival from around 1971 to 1981.