Sunday's official start to Spring reminded me that I hadn't yet shared the next installment of vintage glassware from the 44th Vintage and Collectible Glass Show, hosted in October by the Peach State Depression Glass Club. It seemed appropriate to choose glassware in lovely bright greens that call to mind new leaves, and vivid yellows that are everywhere in garden daffodils. Enjoy!
A pretty dessert set.
This pedestal plate has an ombré effect, blending an almost opaque white into an acid yellow-green, often called "Vaseline glass". Containing trace amounts of uranium, the glass will glow under ultraviolet lights, though it is considered harmless and food-safe.
Painted milk glass.
Small 5 ounce wineglasses.
One of the more unusual colors of green I found.
Although you can't see it in the photo, the pitcher had a lip to prevent ice cubes from falling into the glass as you poured.
A centerpiece bowl and matching candle holders for an elegant table.
I loved the colors on display in this booth.
Perfect for St Patrick's Day!
Thanks for joining me to view what I think of spring colors in vintage glassware! To see more beautiful examples of glassware from the early 1900's to the 1970's, be sure to visit All the Shades of Red and The Blues of Vintage Glassware.
I hope you'll join me back here on Tuesday for a fabulous spring and Easter tablescape blog hop with a dozen or more talented stylists. I'm sure you'll be inspired!