About a year ago I didn’t even own any milk glass. Literally not one piece. Then sweet Emily won me over on the little milk glass vases. I’ve got the beginnings of a pretty large collection of those now.
I hadn’t ventured outside of vases however, until a sweet friend sent me a special gift for my birthday.
This piece is like no other I’ve ever seen. It’s very thin and fragile looking, hand painted with beautiful roses, and has no fancy edge or raised pattern to it.
I’ve determined that it is not only vintage, there is a chance it is antique.
Apparently plates and any other dinnerware were never made in milk glass, back in the day. Plates like mine were made in limited numbers and were only ever for serving or display . I think, with its hand painted roses, that mine was likely always intended to be a beautiful piece of art.
To see what Emily is sharing this week, simply click on the photo below.
Thanks for stopping by this week.
Until next time….