Welcome to Junkin Finds Friday!
We had so much fun last week with 58 of you sharing your junkin finds! Thank so much!!
This week I must say I haven't had much luck, the three stores I visited I left empty handed...yes it happened...
nothing, nada, zip, zero!
So I'm sharing a post from last February
Hope you enjoy my post about Depression glass
I am by no means any kind of an expert on Depression Glass but I do love it and have collected a few pieces. My first love was the cobalt blue and I found this piece on ebay
This is a candy dish in the Mt. Pleasant or "Double Shield" pattern
Made by L.E. Smith Glass Co 1920's -1934
This plate is also in the same pattern along with this creamer
This piece has a silver band but has faded with time
The pattern of the above creamer & sugar is called MODERNTONE made by Hazel-Atlas Glass Co 1934-1942 & late 1940's - early 1950's. This pattern seems to have some of the most reasonable prices maybe due to it's simple style.
These pink & one green pieces are random thrift store finds
I believe they are all depression glass and not reproductions, but I am not sure. Like I said NOT an expert or even all that knowledgeable.
I love the edge of this compote
A couple of glasses with different patterns
One piece of green again found in a thrift shop
I have not had the time to research all the patterns of the pink and green glass but when I do I will use this book. I got mine from Amazon.com and there is a newer addition now. I have found this to be an amazing resource. There are so many patterns and colors to learn about.
I hope some of you have had better luck this week. If not feel free to share any past junkin finds!
Remember to link up you post not just your blog. Please include a link in your post back to this party! That's it.