Indiana Glass Company of Dunkirk, Indiana (1926-1931), produced a limited number of mold-etched glass pattern in tableware in the early period of the Depression. Before this, Indiana produced pressed-glass tableware that they continued to make into the 1930s. Indiana identified their pattern with catalog numbers rather than names. This company is favored very highly among collectors for their serviceable crystal-ware produced for the soda fountains and tea rooms used extensively in the 1920s and then in color in the 1930s. “Tea Room,” an early pattern made for restaurants and soda fountains had thirty different shapes. This pattern represented the decorative art style, heavy pressed, geometric and flashy. “Pyramid,” another heavy extreme art deco style, is another favorite of Indiana.