Here’s an all-pink table for those of you who love this color (and that is a lot of you!). I like the way the pink glass pulls together a table, it’s almost effortless. You don’t need a centerpiece or much else to make a table with all pink depression glass sing.
This is one of my favorite pink depression glass patterns, Floral or Poinsettia from Jeannette. Jeannette made this in the early years of the depression in pink and a stunning green, plus a few pieces in amber, yellow, delphite opaque blue and clear.
The design is gorgeous, big poofy flowers and even bigger leaves. The flowers look like poinsettias but the leaves? I don’t think so!
This table is unusual for depression glass because of the matching Floral tumblers. The tumblers in most patterns are pricey and I carry only a few in my store. Floral tumblers are thicker glass than some; maybe that helped keep them intact for 75 years.
Here is an up close picture to show off the pretty pattern. Read on for coupon codes to save 10 to 20% on glass from us.
One of the wonderful things about depression glass is you don’t have to have a full set like this to enjoy your pieces. The oval bowl or platter would be great added to your table for serving your favorite dish or consider a few plates or those pretty tumblers. Check with us in the next weeks to see a tablescape that combines this wonderful flower pattern with other pieces and learn how to create a table that expresses your unique style.
If you enjoy these blog parties the please plan to join me Thursday evenings for Fancy Fun Fridays. I’ll have the link out for you to add your blog posts by 8 pm Michigan time. Pick out something fancy and fun and come join us.
My thanks to Susan from Between Naps on the Porch for hosting this fun event.