Austin, TX

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. Yes, they were American glass manufacturers.
  2. I think your piece could have been made by either McKee or Kempel Glass. I’m not 100% certain though. I have collected milk glass for several years, but I mostly collect glass manufacturers that I’m...
  3. Thank you, Nuts. Yes, they are beautiful. I have this same set of four, but mine are in the doeskin finish. It was nice that TC included the link.
  4. You're welcome!!
  5. This is a 4 piece trivet ash tray set by Imperial Glass. Imperial produced this set from 1950 to 1964.
  6. Thanks, aura. Thanks, Newfld.
  7. Thank you, aura. Thank you, Newfld.
  8. Judy they are turquoise. They do not appear so pale in person. They have a much deeper color. Thanks
  9. Hi, Judy I posted a few pics of my perfume bottles that we had previously discussed. I thought you could take a look when you get a chance. These are the only 2 in my collection. I was lucky enoug...
  10. Thanks.... Rhea17, JImam and thegatherer!!
  11. Thanks.... Rhea17, TassieDevil & JImam.
  12. Thank you, SpiritBear. Thanks, fortapache.
  13. Thank you.... SpiritBear and fortapache.
  14. Thank you, Fleamarket. Thanks for taking a look.... Jancal20, AdeleC, vetraio50 & buckethead.
  15. Thanks for stopping by.... Jancal20, AdeleC and vetraio50.
  16. Thanks.... blunderbuss2 & aura.
  17. Thanks for stopping by ....Fleamarket & Rhea17.
  18. Thanks for sharing some "love" ....blunderbuss2, Rhea17 & aura.
  19. Thanks again....ThriftStoreAddict
  20. Thanks for stopping by....ThriftStoreAddict
  21. Thanks, nsn300z. I recently posted some pics of 2 sugar/creamer sets. Did you get a chance to view them?
  22. Thank you.... dlpetersen. I do have a few more pieces in "Spanish Lace." I just never got around to posting them. I have a cake stand in pink from the 1950s that I probably will post. Thanks for stop...
  23. Thanks again ....buckethead, fortapache and JImam.
  24. Thanks for sharing "the love" ....buckethead, fortapache, TassieDevil and JImam.
  25. Thanks again....AdeleC, VikingGirl, vetraio50, Fleamarkettammy, nutsabotas6 and Jancal20.
  26. Thanks for stopping by....AdeleC, VikingGirl, vetraio50, Fleamarkettammy, nutsabotas6 and Jancal20.
  27. What a beautiful collection you have.
  28. Maybe the person who invented a mushroom shaped mold, had taken some "mushrooms."
  29. How did you happen to come across this junk pile? Yes, good question!! Why send something to a landfill when you can easily donate unwanted items?
  30. Thanks again, Jancal20
  31. Thank you, Jancal20
  32. Thanks for stopping by....Tray!!
  33. It looks like it might have been made by Fenton. It's just a guess based on the inside. I mostly collect opalescent glass, so I'm not 100%.
  34. You haven't posted anything in awhile. I've been wondering why you have been so quiet.
  35. Thank you, fleamarket!!
  36. Why thank you, nsn300z!!
  37. Thanks again, Cerulean!!
  38. Thanks for the "love it" click, Cerulean!!
  39. Thanks for stopping by, Cerulean. Welcome to CW!!
  40. Thanks for the "love it" click....antiquerose!!
  41. Thanks for stopping by....Fleamarket
  42. Why thank you, Tahiti1. I'm glad you enjoyed viewing this bowl. Imperial did make some beautiful pieces of glass.
  43. These are so beautiful.
  44. Yes, the hydrant is the salt shaker. Thanks for the "love it" clicks....MacDaddy and brunswick!!
  45. MacDaddy....the dog has two holes and the hydrant has three.
  46. I have them put away in a curio cabinet. I will look later. Unfortunately, my part of Texas doesn't see much snow. Central Texas is known as flash flood alley.
  47. Thanks for taking a look.... McCoyNelson
  48. You're welcome. I see that you are a cookie jar collector as well. Most of my collection is by Shawnee Pottery, with the exception of two jars. Check out my cookie jars when you get a chance neighbor.
  49. I have several posts of milk glass. I even have a post with 5 vases similar to this one. Check it out when you get a chance.
  50. Yes, they are hobnail.
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