The Mission Pattern is one of  the earliest and longest lived patterns of Hoosier Cabinet Glassware.   It was produced exclusively by the Sneath Glass Company.  Along with the Colonial Pattern, it has many variations in size and pattern as it evolved from 1905 to 1941.  Some of these castings lasted only a year or two resulting in the production of only a few pieces which are difficult to find today.  Other pieces were produced in the millions to accommodate the Hoosier House Wife. 

Click a Pattern below to see examples of pieces that were produced in each pattern:

Early Etched Stippled Ringed
Early Rectangular Stippled Ringed Fired On
Early Rectangular Transparent Green Ringed
Hoosier Swing Cover Traditional Post-1919
Stippled Traditional Pre-1919
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Last modified: February 17, 2004