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Darker jadeite pieces are less common than lighter ones.
my sister loves the stuff
Ooooo....I want all of it!
Every time I see a piece of jadeite on one of my searches I think of Martha's impressive collection!
I wasn't grown up in US but when I first watched Martha Steward's Living shows years ago then I fail in love with jadeite, too poor to buy them until now : )
Lucky for collectors, most pieces have survived without a chip because it was so well made.
Love this shade of green!
My daughter has a large jadite collection-i usually have my coffee in the strdy fat cups.
Many glassware companies dabbled in jadeite, but only McKee and Anchor Hocking/Fire-King made complete dinnerware lines.
I have 2 Jadite glasses made at Smith Glass
I've only collected Jadeite for the last 15 years. I find the color both pleasing and relaxing !
So gorgeous! Right up there with milk-glass for me :)
Citrus reamers, center, were once given away to consumers with crates of fruit.
my sister loves the suff
I love it all! Living in a row house in Baltimore I would need to buy another to showall my loves!
just starting to collect. got few plates n cup n saucer jadeite. now i have the reason to go antiquing. love the color.
Ah..my dream kitchen
Almost every dish imaginable was made in jadeite. Vintage measuring cups and baking dishes are fairly rare today.
I love Jadeite but I do not fid it very often at antique stores. I have found a few here and there. I do have 2 of these pie plates. I love them and use them whenever making pot pies or regular pies. They are especially festive at Christmas.
My aunt would be in seventh heaven if she saw all of this Jadeite in her house. :)
I have approximately 300 pieces myself. I love it but it makes feel like a hoarder because I don't use it.
During the Depression, when housewives couldn't afford to waste a crumb, glassware companies turned out inexpensive jadeite containers for flour, salt, and other ingredients.
My favourite dishes.
Green is GOLD.....love this stuff
I remember these ♥ I love them :)
Is that a sir francis drake treasure map of Cartagena pinned up near phone
Before there was Tupperware, there was jadeite. Food storage containers were designed with flat lids for stacking and in shapes meant to fit in mid-20th-century refrigerators.
No plastic here.
I love these.
Just beautiful...I remember my grandmother having some pieces.
Have to giggle at the freezer space.
What a beautiful and eco friendly way to save leftovers.