Tiara glassware is an interesting footnote in history for those that pay close attention to design and decor. From 1970 to 1999 the Indiana Glass Company produced Tiara glassware. Cheaper, with prices ranging from $10 to $60 for pieces, the Tiara glassware looked like much more expensive glass products without coming anywhere near their higher price tags. Though no longer being sold at parties by specialized representatives of the Indiana Glass Company (which was how Tiara glassware was originally marketed) you can still find pieces which range from plates and cups to vases and other items if you're willing to browse through the markets.
Red Tiara glassware, for those who want to add a touch of crimson to their surroundings, can still be found if you know where to look. Pressed glass just like the other pieces in the Tiara glassware collection, pieces with the red color aren't always solid red. Instead there is a heavy red in one part of the piece and it gets lighter and lighter as it extends out towards the edges. An attractive and colorful display that works with accents rather than harsh colors, the red Tiara glassware is a great addition to any decor.