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Rare "Cracked Ice" Pattern, Indiana Depression Glass, 1935 Creamer and Sugar with Lid Mint

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"Cracked Ice" Pattern. Indiana Depression Glass. This set is in PERFECT condition. No chips, no cracks. Amazing. Sugar dish stands 4" Tall, 3-1/2" wide across top. Creamer stands 3" Tall, and 3" across top. Please note the style - this is not the common set - see the angles of the handles.


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Rare "Cracked Ice" Pattern, Indiana Depression Glass, 1935 Creamer and Sugar with Lid Mint

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: Glass
  • Feedback: 8 reviews
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