Sunday, January 29, 2012

Vintage Green Glass


The passing of collectibles from an elder to another elder and an invite to come and see if I wanted them. 

Sugar and Cinnamon Shakers or Salt and Peppers? I don't know which, but they are beautiful.
 Then a piece of green Fenton glass, always a treat to find.
 A single green candle holder, stemmed.
 For that touch of sunshine and greenery, a memory from November last year of my Christmas Cactus.

Fuelling dreams of blossoms and candles, cinnamon toast and tea, gardening, growth, sunshine, 
peacefulness on this Sunday.

13 comments:

  1. The green glass is very pretty! Wishing you a happy Sunday as well.

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  2. wow...love that green depression glass...what a sweet gift!..Passing on something so pretty to some one who will appreciate it!

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  3. Beautiful items and that picture of your Christmas cactus is awesome! It's not evening blooming and it has a zillion colors to it. Our craft group got canceled today so I decided to make a nice dinner of German noodles and spaetzle. I just got back from the store with the ingredients so I best get busy. Happy Sunday!

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  4. Such pretty green glass, Joy.

    xo
    Claudia

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  5. I've been collecting green depression glass for years. Those shakers are gorgeous!

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  6. Green and beautiful! Today, they are definitely cinnamon and sugar shakers! :)

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  7. Beautiful green! Lovely post......I always enjoy looking at your pretty things!

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  8. I love green. glass. glazes. grass. all things green. Thanks!

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  9. Oh such lovely pieces, Joy! I love the salt and pepper shakers especially!

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  10. Great glass shakers! So pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I love the green glass. One of the prettiest colors I think to see the sun shine through.

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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