Here is a pink depression glass pattern from Jeannette Glass that won't send you to the poor house! The last depression pattern we talked about was Cherry Blossom, which is moderately expensive, with a dinner plate costing somewhere between $15 and $35.
The design shown, Swirl or Petal Swirl, is from the same manufacturer, Jeannette Glass, and was made late in the depression, 1937 to 1938. You see the design is made of swirled ridges and a scalloped border. It is very nice but does not have as many fans as Cherry Blossom. It is also rather available and was never reproduced. Those two things - availability and safety - make it an attractive pattern to collect. You can find many pieces which makes it fun.
It's no fun collecting a pattern you can never find and it's not any fun to want something that is darn expensive. Petal Swirl is fairly inexpensive, with dinner plates in the $12 to $25 range. You will want to check over those scalloped points pretty carefully and the little ridge on the inside edge of the rim, but you won't have any problem finding nice pieces in good condition that you can buy.
Best of all, you will want to use this! You can get a usable set with plates, bowls, serving pieces, cups, saucers and tumblers in your choice of pink, a nice aquamarine / teal color and some pieces came in a solid blue called Delphite. None of the pieces are impossibly rare or stratospherically priced. We're showing the aquamarine footed console bowl next to give you an idea of the pretty color.