Monday, December 10, 2012

Vintage Green Glass


My sister-in-law (and her hubby too!) gave us these lovely vintage green wine goblets. Perfect for enjoying the bottle of homemade wine my father-in-law sent along with us that day.


My sister-in-law thoughtfully remembered that she had seen vintage green glass before on this blog.


It could have been this pedestal dish.


Or this green vase, which used to sit on top of my powder room cupboard...


But now sits on my end table underneath my Advent calendar, for a subtle green nod to Christmas.

Whatever it was, I'm happy she saw it, and was kind enough to add to our collection!

Linking up with these wonderful sites: Sir Thrift A Lot and A Living Space and Homemaker on a Dime and Cap Creations and The Cottage Market and Coastal Charm and Knick of Time and Apron Thrift Girl and The Thrifty Groove


31 comments:

  1. How pretty! I have an egg plate in that style glass, but I tend to prefer milk glass.

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    1. Thanks Katie! I have milk glass too! I can't seem to restrict my collections! :)

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  2. Beautiful Glasses ,the perfect Green :)

    kisses

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    1. Thanks. They are perfect for the season, aren't they? :)

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  3. These remind me of some glasses that my late grandmother used to own :)
    I love your blog and I am now a new subscriber

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    1. That's the beauty of these pieces I think...the nostalgia. :)

      Thanks so much, and thanks for subscribing!

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  4. These are just beautiful and I am completely in LOVE with your advent calendar Joann.

    I hope you have a wonderful Monday!

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    http://www.blackinkpaperie.blogspot.com

    thanks
    new follower bev

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    1. Thanks for visiting Bev. I have followed back! Take care, Joann

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  6. Love those green glasses! They look so vintage.

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  7. The glasses are gorgeous - such vibrant color!

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  8. Ooh pretty! I have a cut glass green candy dish that I love. Sadly it sits on top of the TV cabinet filled with spare change and a random collection of items :)

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    1. That's okay. At least it is pretty AND functional for you. Perfect! :)

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  9. So, so pretty! I just love colored glass {and how it twinkles}-- and they just don't make it like they used to!

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    1. No, that's true. I hate the glasses that the colour scrapes off of!

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  10. Those are so pretty! Love that shade of green!

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  11. These are gorgeous!!!! The shade of green is just glowing with beauty! Great find!!!! Thanks for sharing with us at Junkin Joe! We are starting the party early this week...hope to see you there : ) hugs...

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    1. Yes, it's a fun colour glass to drink from. Thanks for hosting!

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  12. Your family is cool ... Vintage glass and homemade wine (I'm jealous). :) The goblet are the same pattern as a set of cups I picked up at Goodwill a few months back so I know how pretty they really are. Enjoy them!

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    1. Yes, they are cool people. Thanks Wendy!

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  13. i have been looking for ones just like this! these are perfect!

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  14. I love vintage glass and these are wonderful. The pattern is called 'Kings Crown' and was made in many colors. Enjoy them with your bottle of wine!

    Linda

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    1. Hi Linda,

      Thanks for telling me the pattern. I had no idea! I would love to see the other colours. :)

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  15. Wonderful vintage green pieces! Sorry I am so late in visiting. I am trying to catch up. Thank you for sharing last week at TTF.

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