Welcome to another showcase of beautiful vintage glassware! This is the second edition of my visit to the 44th show sponsored by the Peach State Depression Glass Club. Today I want to share all the shades of red found in vintage glassware, from the deepest to the lightest!
These were stunning examples of fine stemware (with prices to match). The first goblet is embellished with an overlay of metal. We have purple cordial glasses clad in chrome which I used on this tablescape which give a similar effect.
I lingered over these — I loved their lines, their bases, their color. If the price had been for all five instead of each, they probably would have come home with me!
These were fun! I imagined them on a summer porch.
I love the interplay of colors on the pitcher and glasses.
In the palest of pinks, these would add glamour to a table or sideboard.
I fell hard for the compote, underplate and matching candleholder. Unfortunately I had already spent my glassware budget, sigh...
Visit The Blues of Vintage Glassware for more examples of beautiful glass from this year's show. The previous show can be found at the 2019 collectible glass show.