Greentown's Pattern No. 350, originally known as Indiana, is today known as Cord Drapery.  It was made beginning ca 1900 by the Indiana Goblet & Tumbler Co. & introduced by the National Glass Company in 1901.  It is known to have been made in cobalt blue, emerald green, clear, amber, canary, opaque white & chocolate. Fragments of the pattern in nile green have been found and one nile green tumbler is known to exist.

Pieces known include
--Bowl, flat, 7"
--Bowl, flat 8"
--Bowl, footed 6 1/4"
--Bowl, footed 8 1/4"
--Bowl, rectangular
--Butter dish, cov'd 4 3/4" d.
--Butter dish, Cov'd 5 1/8" d.
--Cup, punch
--Cake Stand
--Compote, cov'd 4 1/4" d
--Compote, cov'd 6 1/2" d.
--Compote, cov'd 9" d.
--Compote, open 8 1/2" d.
--Creamer 4 1/4" tall
--Creamer 4 3/4" tall
--Cruet w/ stopper
--Mug, small
--Pickle/ Relish dish 9 x 5
--Pitcher, water
--Shakers, salt & pepper
--Sauce dish flat
--Sauce dish footed 3 7/8" d.
--Sauce dish footed 4 1/8" d.
--Sugar bowl, cov'd
--Syrup jug
--Toothpick holder
--Tumbler, flat
--Water tray
   A number of handed fluted items, such as the bowls shown here, were made in various sizes and colors.

Cord Drapery in color is quite scarce and very expensive in all forms. Shown here are 2 clear wines,
cobalt blue water pitcher,
amber cov'd butter dish and
a footed green fluted bowl.
A footed, fluted bowl, syrup pitcher, cup and covered 4 1/4" high standard compote.