Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Vintage Thingie Thursday - glass dishes

Today is the day to join Suzanne @http://coloradolady.blogspot.com/and show off all those vintage goodies.

I have had these glass pieces for quite a few years.  I really love this first dish, it is so interesting.  The dish is decorated with an egyptian motif.  There are pyramids,  palm trees and a  phinx etched on the glass.
If anyone has any knowledge about this pattern, I'd really like to know the maker, date of production--there are no markings anywhere on the piece.  I've had this dish probably about 30 years.

My next posting is a glass butter dish, I think this one is depression glass.I enjoy using this for company.
Hope you have a super Thursday.


Ann

32 comments:

Roslyn said...

Love the glass ware! I think we should begin to date our vintage stuff!

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

love the butterdish.. reminds me of my granny's.. infact mom had one last time.. but don't know what happen to it.. must look for it now.. thanks for sharing and Happy VTT

Miri said...

Terrific glass pieces. The Egyptian platter is very unusual and lovely! I used to have a glass butter dish..alas, alack it is no more.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I don't think I've ever seen one like your first piece, Ann. That is so unique. And I love the geometric design of the second piece. It's funny that you should have pink pieces of Depression glass because one of my close friends collected amber years ago. Her sister collected pink and also green. I've always thought the latter two were so pretty, especially on an Easter table.

XO,

Sheila :-)

Jan said...

Haven't seen that type of glassware, and it is also years since I've seen a butter dish.
Nice memories.
Hugs - Jan

LV said...

Ann, you definitely have some vintage dishes. I have several pieces of depression glass as well, but sorry I do not know the pattern of yours. Keep looking.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Very pretty. I think I have a couple of vintage dishes that are similar. I love using glassware.

Jocelyn
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

I have NEVER seen anything like that egyptian dish...very cool! I like the butter dish and think it would mix well with my candlewick pieces...I'll have to be on the look out for one :)

Blessings!
Gail

P. said...

Those are both pretty pieces. The Egyptian motif is so interesting. Your depression butter dish would almost match a covered refrigerator dish I have from my grandma.

Postcardy said...

I don't know anything about glass, but I think the Egyptian dish is very interesting.

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Wonderful glassware! My mother would have been over the moon happy seeing your dish, she loved Egyptology. I wonder if it could be a souvenir dish from a trip to Egypt?? :)

Happy VTT!
Sally

CC said...

What wonderful pieces...I've never seen anything like the Egyptian dish, but I love it..and that sweet butter dish is gorgeous. Butter dishes and little butter pat plates have become my latest collection craze. I just love them. Have a lovely weekend..and Happy VTT

Mary said...

Your Egyptian dish is so unique~ I've never seen anything like it! My grandmother had a butter dish very similiar to yours :-)

Thanks for your kind comments & visit, Happy VTT!

Tara Beaulieu said...

What a very interesting piece that first one is- I don't think I've ever seen an Egyptian themed glass piece before, only ever on ceramic/pottery type pieces. I'd love to find out more info about it! And is it the light or is it pink? How wonderful- a unique pattern and a pretty color!

Coloradolady said...

Ann, that first dish is a very unusual and beautiful piece. I have not seen that pattern before. How can you go wrong with a vintage butter dish too, love that! Have a great VTT!

La Bella Vie said...

OK I love these finds! I would have loved that bowl, its adorable!
I'm now following you and would like to extend the invitation to become a FOLLOWER on my blog as well.
Hope to see you tere,
Terry

Anna Matthews said...

Beautiful pieces, what great finds!

Fort Worth Auto Glass Repair said...

I like those things which are made up of glass. These trays or crockery is very nice.

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Glass Coaster said...

Beautiful glassware you have! Surely my mom would be amaze if she see this. How I wish I can have that and give it to my mom.

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