Indiana Laurel Etch Pink Depression Glass Center Handle Sandwich Plate - image 1 of 13

Offered for your consideration is this Indiana Laurel Etch Pink Depression Glass Center Handle Sandwich Plate. Indiana’s Laurel etch is a little known, and very hard to find, pattern. It is most often seen in green, and quite unusual to be found in pink. Each of the eight panels of this center-handled sandwich server is decorated with this intricate etch, that reminds me somewhat of a Thunderbird design. Etched into the top side of the plate, the double central oval is framed with a pair of crossed laurel vines. The oval is intersected with a pair of large, angular “wings,” each with a flower in the center. Moving down toward the center handle, a pair of “feet” also intersect the center with a matching flower in the center. The eight panels are clearly defined with a pair of ribs on the underside, and the center stirrup-shaped handle is thick and sturdy making this beautiful old plate quite heavy.

This sandwich server measures 10-inches in diameter point to point, and 4-1/2 inches tall at the center handle.

Made by Indiana Glass circa the 1920s into the early 1930s, there is no mark.

As in most vintage pieces, there are a few small surface scratches from normal use. The mold seam is a little rough at the top of the handle. Other than the occasional bubble in the glass or other manufacturing imperfections, there is no other damage to this delightful piece.

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Depression Glass
Indiana Glass Co.
United States • American
Plates, Servers, Serving Pieces, Serving Trays

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Indiana Laurel Etch Pink Depression Glass Center Handle Sandwich Plate


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