It’s voting time!. Here’s your chance to pick your favorite green depression glass tablescape. .
One the one hand we have Lorain green table with its art deco lines and basket design. On the other we have Cameo simple round shapes enlivened with a dancing lady. And on the last hand (I miscounted) we have Georgian Lovebirds with birds and swags.
All three of these show lunch plates, tumblers and more; all three are all glass, no flowers or centerpiece and all three were photographed on the same table. I tried to make it as fair as possible, although the photography is better on one table than the other.
Which do you like best? Leave a comment and let me know! I’ll publish the results next week.
First up is Lorain. Pieces are square with curlicue corners and the beautiful design is baskets and flowers, always a popular choice.
Here is Lorain up close. Pretty, right?
Now we’ll leave the art deco squares and baskets and see the pattern inspired by modern dance pioneer Isadora Duncan, Cameo.
And a close up that shows the pretty serving bowl shapes.
That’s two of them, Lorain and Cameo, but you can’t vote yet. Last but not least is Georgian Lovebirds. This is a darker green with birds and baskets from Federal Glass.
There you have it. Three lunch time tablescapes. Three green depression glass patterns. Three different depression glass companies and three different styles. If you were hosting a lunch for a couple friends, which one would you choose?
Thank you to Susan from Between Naps on the Porch for hosting this fun event.