It's Pink Saturday and time for our weekly dose of pink. This week let's plan to enjoy our cookies on this pretty pink depression glass tray. I'm showing it on a stand so you can enjoy the interesting diamond design. The pattern is Windsor pink depression glass by Jeannette, from the later half of the depression. Windsor looks sturdy. You can figure that any glass that has lasted 75 years is durable stuff, but some depression glass looks thin and ethereal. The American Sweetheart monax white I showed here in a tablescape with Windsor tumblers is thin glass that looks fragile. It is far more sturdy than it looks. You could use this for serving cookies or cupcakes. It's about 10 inches wide with a nice rim and good handles so it's not too big or heavy. There is a larger tray that is over 13 inches wide, rather unwieldy for normal use. This one is perfect. If you enjoy these blog parties then please plan to join me Thursday evenings for Fancy Fridays. Pick out something fancy and fun and come join us. I'll bring the glass! Thanks for visiting our Pink Saturday pink depression glass post this week, and as always a big thank you to Beverly of How Sweet the Sound for organizing this fun event. Please be sure to visit the other bloggers to see how pink we can be. Shopping Information: We have the Windsor pink depression glass tray in our store Cat Lady Kate's Elegant and Depression Glass. Shopping with us is like antiquing with your best friend.
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