Monday, September 20, 2010

Green Glass

OK, Mary, I had to chase down that last sunbeam of the day to take these photos!

I finally found a GREEN Depression glass plate!
Alas, only one was to be found at our Goodwill, and I doubt I'll ever find this set again, so I'll have to settle for an eclectic mix of plates.

It's called "Roulette, or Many Windows", Hocking Glass Company, 1935-1938.
A beautiful shade of light green.

While looking for green glass, I've also found these pretties :

They're "King's Crown, or Thumbprint" Indiana Glass company, 1970's

and these:
"Mt. Vernon" by Indiana Glass - 1967.

I'm happy with my green "thrifted" finds, all under $2 each.

Oh, and Labatt Blue and Corona are getting along great. Here they are having a snooze in the sunshine.

...till the next sunbeam!


  1. I love all your Greens!
    Your birds are getting along nicely!
    Have a nice evening,

  2. MM had to meet Corona and Labatt Blue, she says they're adorable!

    You and your glass. You must have the touch. Even MM recognized the Kings Crown. Start'em young that's my motto!

  3. I'm so happy the birds are friends. What a "tweet" story.

  4. I am contacting you in regards to the green glass depression plate you found. My sister has several of them in this pattern that are for sale. She lives in Toronto Canada and her name is Rebecca. You could email her at and ask her what she wants for them and if she'll ship them to you.

    All the best,