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Unlike other 20th-century tabletop collectibles such as Jadeite and Fiesta, actual milk glass dinnerware was never produced. Instead, the plates you see here were used as serving pieces or home deécor.
Victorian Era 1900's EAPG Maiden's Blush Pink Stain MICHIGAN Pattern w/ Gold 7pc Water Pitcher w/ Six Glass Set..Rare and Gorgeous
For your consideration, I am offering a gorgeous, fashionable, antique Victorian era (1893 to 1903) pressed glass 7 piece Water Pitcher Set manufactured by the EAPG Glass Company in the "Michigan" pattern with Gold trim and was part of their "States pattern" series..Made in the United States.. This exquisite set depicts the "Maiden's Blush" or sometimes called Pink Stain and Gilt Gold decoration..Beautiful faint rose color when made.. Will be receiving: The tall Pitcher measures 10.25…
Far more show than tell, I simply had to offer a peek at the pretty that's been hatching throughout my house this Easter. Simply put, milkglass was absolutely made for Easter time. The texture and the milky white looks so fresh and inviting next to the pastel colors of the season. So here are a few pics: Beautiful On the Breakfast Table This Fenton pedestal bowl is by far my absolute favorite piece in my collection. I can't think of a nicer nest for this charming swirl of moss and pastel…
vintage Sharon cabbage rose depression glass, pink glass cream & sugar set
Vintage pink glass creamer and sugar, Sharon (rose of sharon?) pattern. Not sure if these are 1930s or the 1990s reproductions, but it's a pretty set in very good condition without damage. The cream pitcher measures about 3 1/2" tall.