Would you believe it’s in the low 40s here in the middle of May? And it’s supposed to get down to the low 20s tonight? I like winter just fine – from December to mid March. After that it’s time for spring!
What do you think? Will this encourage Mother Nature to let Spring back outside to play with our flowers and spirits?
The honeysuckle plates are neat. I got them at an estate sale where the people had tons – literally several rooms filled – with vintage glass and china. The pattern is called Clifton by Kohura China, from the 1960s. I like the pretty flowers and the nice rounded square shapes. We’re offering these as a set of four for $39.99 or as a pair for $19.99, prices include shipping. You can easily get a nice set of six perfect for springtime dessert or lunch.
The pink glass is Sharon, also called Cabbage Rose. Federal Glass made Sharon from 1935 to 1939, when the flower motifs were waning in popularity. It’s one of the few patterns that is asymmetric which adds to the charm and appeal. Sharon is always one of our top sellers and remains popular today, especially in the pretty rose pink shade. We have several serving pieces in stock for you.