If you've been following my blog, you may remember that I enjoy attending the annual glass show sponsored by
the Peach State Depression Glass Club.
Glassware for sale ranges from delicate antiques to depression dinnerware, elegant glassware, mid-century designs and (almost) contemporary pieces.
Last July there was glass in all shapes, sizes and colors occupying two floors. Some were functional, some were simply decorative and some are hard to describe. As usual we had a fun afternoon and of course managed to come home with a few!
So sit back, have a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and enjoy some eye candy! (Non-fattening, I promise!!)
Other colors are behind the black vase, but I think this is the most striking.
More than half of this booth was Jadeite (green milk glass).
Gorgeous — and priced accordingly!
Such an unusual rim!
I kept returning to these, but didn't buy them.
A pair of candlesticks and a center bowl or compote was a common trio.
Painted milk glass
I love these two! Art Deco meets Space Age!
Practical and useful never meant plain and boring.
I wish I could remember more about these painted vases.
This may have been the first time I saw this shade of lavender glass. It's not as common as other colors.
For all the blue lovers out there!
UPDATE: Several of you have expressed an interest in attending this glass show or similar shows close to you. For information see the Peach State Depression Glass Club (Marietta, GA) and the National Depression Glass Association (for shows in multiple states).