Here’s your chance to tell me what you like. I know the pink depression glass tables we’ve shown have been favorites – but which one do you like the best?
I was going through my old posts and realized we’ve shown tables with Sharon, Princess, Mayfair, Floral, Doric, Windsor, American Sweetheart and Dogwood depression glass – and with combinations! Whew! That’s a lot of pink! This post has my first four pink tables – I’ll show the rest another week.
So dear readers, this one is for you. Just leave a comment to vote on your choice.
Here’s the original post: Romantic Flower Blossoms in Pink – Dogwood Tablescape Thursday
Next one is Petalware mixed with depression era stemware with a nice flower cutting. My sister gave me the bird since she knows I enjoy vintage planters, especially birds. (I like birds and flowers.)
Here’s the original post: Tablescape Thursday – Petalware Depression Glass and Retro Birds
I’ll give you a hint, this next one is one of my favorites – Floral Poinsettia pink depression glass. The tablescape isn’t that fantastic but the glass! This is beautiful glass. It’s another flower pattern, big flowers and leaves all together. Dogwood looks like a brocade, distinguished and formal. Floral is exuberant and joyful. Perfect for holidays.
Here’s the post: Floral Poinsettia Pink Depression Glass Tablescape Thursday
Last one for this post is our first rose pattern, Mayfair Open Rose from Hocking. I didn’t have enough pieces to do the whole table in Mayfair so the cups and saucers are Sharon. They look good together, don’t you think? Some of the tables from this summer mix and match patterns and colors – it’s a fun way to stretch your depression glass. You’ll see more combination tables in a week or two.
Here’s the blog post for this table: Roses Everywhere in the Depression- Mayfair Open Rose Pink Glass
We’ve evolved from a full table of all one pattern with Dogwood and Floral pink depression glass to tables with sparkling crystal accents with Petalware and combining glass patterns with Mayfair and Sharon.
I hope you leave me a comment to say your choice!
My thanks to Susan from Between Naps on the Porch for hosting Tablescape Thursday.