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Indiana Glass Platter
As many of you know, the Indiana Glass Company closed its doors in 2002 after nearly 100 years of glassmaking in Dunkirk, IN. What you may not know is the Indiana Glass name is being used on glass products made today. The current Indiana Glass products are being produced at the Bartlett & Collins factory. Lancaster Colony (parent company of Indiana Glass) still owns and uses the Indiana Glass name. The majority of the glass products produced (mainly candle holders and vases), bear a sticker on the bottom proclaiming Indiana Glass as the maker. Above is a sample of Indiana Glass from Cincinatti.