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Texas couple that collects milk glass, lady head vases, Shawnee pottery, Fenton glass, colored glass, Franciscan Desert Rose & Ivy, salt & pepper shakers, and anythTexas couple that collects milk glass, lady head vases, Shawnee pottery, Fenton glass, colored glass, Franciscan Desert Rose & Ivy, salt & pepper shakers, and anything else mid-century. We love finding rare pieces of milk and colored glass. Within the last couple of years we started collecting Waterford Crystal. Our profile picture has been updated to our newest family member, Peggy Sue. She was adopted in December 2015. As you can see by the picture, she loves milk glass. (Read more)


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Fenton Perfume Bottles - Glasswarein Glassware
Fenton Spanish Lace Cake Stand - Glasswarein Glassware
Fenton salt & pepper set - Glasswarein Glassware
Fenton sugar & creamer sets - Glasswarein Glassware
Vintage Milk Glass Cigarette Boxes - Glasswarein Glassware
Fostoria Winburn Pattern - Glasswarein Glassware
Vintage Hen & Rooster - Figurinesin Figurines
Vintage Duck Figurines - Figurinesin Figurines
Franciscan Ivy Coffee Pot, Sugar & Creamer - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Hand-painted pig - Potteryin Pottery


  1. I am not sure where their store in NJ was located. I do know that they had a gift shop located at the factory. I have acquired my pieces second hand by going to estate sales, garage sales, thrift stor...
  2. I found it listed at R782 by Rosenthal - Continental. Try doing an image search using that.
  3. It’s a very interesting piece. Love it!!
  4. You’re welcome. Thanks for sharing your wonderful collection.
  5. I believe this piece of Fenton carnival glass is referred to as “red grape and cable.” I am not 100% certain though, I am using my phone and the pics were hard for me to determine the pattern.
  6. Yes, it is milk glass. Replacements has it listed as pattern “W58.” Made by Anchor Hocking. Also referred to as Dots and Arrows.
  7. I really like the Rose Talc and the Oscar de la Renta piece.
  8. Thank you.... Newfld & VintageBombshell for the love and comment. Much Appreciated!!
  9. I am not familiar with the artist, but I believe this style of vase is referred to as “Jack in the Pulpit.”
  10. This appears to be “moonstone” by Anchor Hocking.
  11. Beautiful piece!! I just bought the same piece, but in milk glass about a week ago. We took a road trip about an hour from our house. I found this lovely piece, as well as a few other treasures. Thank...
  12. Thank you, Jenni. Same to you.
  13. Thanks for all the previous love taps. Thank you, Jenni.
  14. It’s a beautiful shade of blue. Do you think that it may have had a lid at one point? I have always liked Jasperware, but I really don’t know much about it. I did see a miniature teapot at an antique ...
  15. Thank you.... Jenni
  16. Thanks.... Jenni
  17. Thank you.... Collectables59.... for your appreciation and comment!!
  18. Thank you.... antiquerose Thank you.... Collectables59
  19. Thank you, Windwalker. I appreciate your kind words. Thanks to everyone else for the comments and appreciation!!
  20. I have these same plates. I just never got around to posting them. Love it!! Thanks for sharing!!
  21. You’re welcome, kwqd. I’ve always wanted to add the “block and star” pattern to my collection, but you don’t see them too much. Nice buy at 25 cents!!
  22. I believe your bon bon was made by Fenton Glass. The pattern is known as “block and star.” Timeframe would be 1955 - 58.
  23. Thank you.... Jenni, for sharing some love!!
  24. Yes, please don’t take this piece apart. I love going to antique shops just to see pieces like this.
  25. Thank you.... subi450 for the appreciation!!
  26. I love me some “Bo Duke.” He was one fine, white boy back in the day!!!!
  27. Yes, I noticed that as well. I believe they had some unusual pieces on their fireplace mantle. I also remember seeing some milk glass hens.
  28. These are just so adorable. Love it!!!!
  29. Thank you.... Anik & PhilDMorris for sharing some “love.” Thanks for the comment, Phil.
  30. Thank you.... SEAN68, antiquerose & PhilDMorris for the appreciation!!
  31. Kykuit was featured on the A&E series “America’s Castles.” I thought the pic of the house looked familiar. Thanks for sharing your lovely table.
  32. You're welcome, Jenni. Now it's time for me to get my beauty rest.
  33. Westmoreland Glass was an American glass maker. They ceased operations back in the mid 1980s. They were located in Grapeville, PA.
  34. I believe the pattern is called "Starburst." Mine is marked with the "HA" logo on the bottom. You should check your vase. The mark is hard to see, but it should be there.
  35. I have this same vase. It belonged to my mother. I think Hazel Atlas made your vase.
  36. No, Rose. They are unmarked. I'm thinking.... 1940s - 1960s.
  37. Over 100 in total. Thanks for loving, Rose!!
  38. Thanks again, Jenni!!
  39. Thank you, Jenni, for stopping by and sharing some love!!
  40. Beautiful bracelet!! Btw.... where in TX did you visit?
  41. I toured the “Mighty Mo” back in 2002. I also went over to the USS Arizona Memorial. I remember seeing that plaque where the treaty was signed.
  42. Yes, that is an old saying. Have you ever heard the expression “a deck of cards is the devils prayer book?” That was one of Ellen Corby’s quotes on The Waltons. She portrayed grandma Walton!!
  43. These are so adorable. I have some head vases made by Ucagco. I may even have one or two made by Ardco. Perhaps, I should post them. Thanks for sharing these with us, Jenni!!
  44. My favorite is the pink shoe. I always love seeing planters like that at antique shops.
  45. Thanks to everyone for stopping by and showing your appreciation. This is one of my favorite vases.
  46. Thank you all for sharing some love. Most recently, Newfld!!
  47. Thank you, Jenni. Actually, the piece is white, not pink. Perhaps the table put off a pinkish coloring.
  48. Yes, please do. I really like the turtle planter. I would love to see a detailed post of that one, for sure!!
  49. Made by Fenton Glass. If it’s unmarked, then it probably was made pre 1970s.
  50. Thank you, Jenni. Happy Easter to you!!
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