This week, I thought that I would share what is inside my Hoosier style cabinet (mine is really made by Monarch). When you open up the top right set of doors you will find my set of Rosemary, Dutch Rose, amber depression glass. This was made by the Federal Glass Co. between 1935-1937. This was one of my very first purchases, at my very first auction years ago!
I just love the little berry and soup bowls!
Here is a closer look at the actual pattern.
Now at the bottom right of my cabinet there is a roll-top door that I keep open and display my Sandwich crystal dishes which was made by the Hocking Glass Co. from 1940-1964 and again in 1977. I just love those small tumblers!
Now here are a couple of pieces that reside behind the door where the flour sifter can be found, bottom, left. A canister/cookie jar and what I have always assumed was an ice bucket. I'm pretty sure that is a sterling silver, maybe, handle. Now once or twice a year I take all these dishes and throw them in the dishwasher and one year, much to my dismay, I dropped the lid to the ice bucket!! I was heart broken to say the least!!
These are just a set of 3 glasses that I bought at an antique store because I just fell in love with their vintage look!
Now I'm not really sure what these are. Dessert cups maybe?? But, I fell in love with their uniqueness as well. I'm not quite sure what the bottom is made of, but I turned one of the glass pieces over so that you can see how that little glass protrusion is made to fit inside that metal piece.
Now, I've never really used any of these pieces, but I sure do get immense pleasure from just looking at them!
Well, that's my vintage sharing for the week! Now I'm off to view more vintage treasures!
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