Beauty, Memories, Nostalgia and Interesting Terms at JP Things Nothing is more beautiful then a piece of vintage Carnival Glass or Opalescent Glass on ones table. Or Grandmothers EAPG brings back fond memories of her handling it as if it were Waterford Crystal.
News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - Nothing is more beautiful then a piece of vintage Carnival Glass or Opalescent Glass on ones table. Or how about Grandmothers Early American Pattern Glass or Depression Glass that brings back fond memories of her handling it as if it were Waterford Crystal. We carefully scour the countryside for pieces that can bring the beauty and fond memories of days past. Just recently added at JP Things at TIAS you can find Northwood Carnival and Opalescent Glass, Ruby Stain Sugar bowls, Early American Pattern Glass, McKee Glass, Lefton Christmas Violin Boy, Vintage Bobble Head Squirrel, Cherished Teddies and more added regularly. So stop on by and see what you can find as we have something for everyone.
DID YOU KNOW THAT:
Enamelling: A liquid medium similar to paint that is applied to glassware and then with heat is permanently fused on the object.
Encased Overlay: Single or double overlay design that is then covered with a layer of clear glass.
In 1941 you could buy a:
38 piece set of Macbeth-Evans Cremax Bordette for $3.19
53 Service for 8 of Blue Ridge Pottery in the pattern of Mardi Gras for $7.47 8 Piece Living Room set including sofa bed and chair for $61.95 5 Rose Bushes for $.98 4 Passenger Lawn Swing with Canopy for $9.39
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