Lorrie Kitchen Antiques from Toledo, Ohio, had the booth immediately after the entrance all three times I attended the November glass show in Dearborn, Michigan. It was full of depression glass, so many patterns and colors, and the dealer had substantial displays of most popular patterns. My sister had to pry me out of the booth! (In fact I forgot to take pictures until we were leaving.)
Here are Princess green vase and sherbet on the left, with Cameo yellow candy dish, 3-footed bowl, sherbet and liner plate on the left.
Next group was Cameo, this time in green. Can we ooh and aah at the cream soup, candy dish, candle holders, small vase, tall sherbets and tumblers? The vase, candle holders and footed bowl are hard to find pieces; Cameo collectors must have delighted in this booth.
How about a good selection of pink Dogwood from MacBeth Evans? Here is the cereal bowl and if you peek behind you can see tumblers.
All the depression glass was in excellent condition and I thought the prices were very reasonable, in fact this dealer had a few pieces that were a little under priced compared to others
Lorrie Kitchen Antiques’ booth was about two thirds depression glass with the rest elegant or a few pieces from the 1940s-70s. These Cambridge amber mushroom cordials, line 1341, caught my eye because I had a pair listed on eBay. They may have been sold here in a set along with the small tilt jug in the background.
The dealer had a few Heisey stems. This is the 3408 blank but I’m not sure which etch from the photo, possibly Rosalie. The stem shape is so distinctive that you can spot it as Heisey with a glance. The blue satin candle holders behind the goblet are Tiffin, I think Line 66. (I had these in green which is the only reason I know them!)
One last picture. Have you seen creamers and sugars with wings for handles? I’ve seen them in antique malls several times but rarely with identification. They are Westmoreland, very nice pieces.
I hope you enjoyed this virtual tour of Lorrie Kitchen Antiques at the November 2017 Dearborn Depression Glass Show!