If you're like us, you simply can't resist pretty glassware and love how it adds a timeless look and feel to a table setting, occasional table, or kitchen counter. With every season, you’ll find an ever-growing variety of drinking glasses, cake pedestals, candy dishes, serving dishes, and more—all in gorgeous colors and styles, from Depression-era hobnail to jadeite and original-mold reproductions from Mosser Glass—to add to your collection and make your home sparkle.
Recently we came across these collector-worthy glass hobnail tumblers made by the Smith Glass Company, which has been crafting handmade, American-pressed glass outside of Pittsburgh, PA, since 1907.
Classic Hobnail Glassware Goblet |Collectible Unique Drinkware
Nice vintage china... I really like this set - reminds me of some dinner plates my maternal grandmother used to use for special occasions. So I checked around, and couldn't find anything quite like this that was available for purchase. This set is part of a private collection. If you're looking for something you can use in your own dining room, check our blog, Dining Room Decor, at http://diningroomdecor.tropicalhouseplants.net/
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Vintage Cranberry Stained Victorian Water Set with floral decoration. Made late 1800’s to Early 1900’s.
Pastel Dinnerware | Victorian Era Floral Etching Tableware
Classic Touches: A vintage map of Cape Cod hangs over an antique radio that displays a collection of aqua pottery vases bought through online auctions.