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Mercury Glass knobs from Anthropolgie. I love replacing knobs on furniture to give an instant update. These would look especially great on an old distressed dresser.

We like this tray next to bath with some small candles and then 3 varying size apothecary jars with bath salts and sponges. Use the same mercury glass trays on each counter and either plain glass jars for the cotton balls and qtips or use these varying size mercury glass ones. Everything we looked at the Mart was way to exspensive. $350 for pigeon and poodle stuff...

Love these. If I select the mercury glass sconces for the island I am intriqued by the idea of these on the kitchen cabinets. Are they too "bed-roomy?" Would they be weird on my white cabinets? I've seen a lot of white cabinets with nickel pulls. I do love to choose things that are not predictable, so maybe...

Mercury glass in shop window on India Street, Nantucket.

Mercury jars. So pretty that I would have to find things to put in them. Q-tips? Pills? Booze? $12-$28

Mercury it! Old or new...doesn't matter.

Cute Gifts: Cute knob for small dresser or cabinet...for a special BFF who would appreciate the sentiment...or a gift for yourself!

Oh my stars. Mercury Glass heaven. Can I just grab an armload of this photo for my house, please?

Another pinner said: "Mercury glass. Big fave. I use it year-round and swap out the greenery, flowers, etc to go with the seasons. Perch a pumpkin or gourd in the Fall, evergreen branches or bare twigs in Winter, tulips in the Spring, fresh flowers or greenery from the garden in the Summer."

Color Verde Olivo - Olive Green!!! Glass Door Knobs