Even though Tiara used the molds of several of the great American glass companies, the colors Tiara used is one of the ways to truly identify Tiara glassware.
Tiara's colors are listed in alphabetical order. Amber, Aquarmarine, Amethyst, Azure Blue, Bicentennial Blue, Black, Blue, Burnt Honey, Chantilly Green, Cobalt Blue, Coral, Crystal, Crystal Etched, Dusty Rose, Emerald Green, Green, Green Mist, Ice Blue, Imperial Blue, Lime Green, Peach, Pink, Platinum, Plum, Premier Blue, Provincial Blue, Ruby, Sage Mist, Sea Mist, Spearmint, Spruce, Sunset, Tea Rose, Teal, Teal Mist, Vintage Blue, Wisteria and Yellow Mist. Lead Crystal and White Lace Crystal were also produced. White Lace Crystal is an opalescent glass. Some colors, for example Teal, were subject to fluctuations in hue and would look slightly different from catalog to catalog.
The Bicentennial Blue color is highly desirable and collectible due to the rarity. It was only made for one year, in 1976, and in limited quantities. According to the 1976 flyer, production was planned to be 15,000 pieces, but in fact only 5,000 items were completed.
Ruby is also very collectible. It was only produced for one to two years in the early 1970s. Ruby made for beautiful glass, but the selenium based color formula made it impossible to create consistent color. Because consumers were having trouble matching to existing pieces, Tiara made the decision to discontinue the Ruby line.
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