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April 25, 2009


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Cindy (Junque Art)

Wonderful finds. Love the milk glass design too!


OOOH, everything is sooo pretty! Love it all!

Tina in Duluth

I like that milk glass, too. Why? It looks the most like jadite.

Great finds! Time for another party with the ladies!


I'm with you on the milk glass plates, I don't buy too much milk glass, but those plates are great and not something I have seen before. Just like milkglass, I think so many of the American dinnerware makers like Paden City are underrated, thise dishes are lovely.


Some milk glass is pretty wonderful, and I think those qualify as just that.


VERY pretty - looking forward to hearing your story! Jewels


The plates are beautiful! I wish I lived in an area where I could find estate sales/yard sales like this! I love the history behind the pieces as much as the pieces themselves! I can't wait to hear about Alice and Edna!


Hey! That's what I've been doing the last couple days:painting porch furniture! Had to take advantage of the unseasonably warm weather(80!). That milk glass is not your everyday milk glass. Very pretty! Looking forward to hearing about Alice & Edna!


Great finds. I can't wait to hear about Alice and Edna.


Pretty dishes! If we were kids, I would always want to play at your house because you always have the best stuff. Not only am I catching up on your blog (I've been too busy saving puppies & orphans from burning buildings* to read many blogs lately) but I also wanted to tell you Llyn is having a giveaway to celebrate her one year blog anniversary and one of the prizes is a Swanky Swig glass with roses, so you should enter. http://llynm.blogspot.com/2009/04/bolgversary-giveaway.html

*translation: playing on Facebook


adore both your finds, all your plates are beautiful!!!

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