I love milk glass but when I saw pink milk glass I adored it. It is actually called Jeanette Glass. It is very pale pink with gorgeous details. I picked roses to display in the footed dish.h, goblet, cookie jar, candlesticks, bowls, compotes, vases, puff arette
These two pieces were my aunt's. They had been stored for years. I didn't know what was in the boxes when my aunt gave them to me. Once I saw the contents I was so thrilled that it was Jeanette Glass.
The compote dish has a wnderful bead design around the edge. I added a few rose petals and water.
This Shell Pink design was introduced in 1958 and discontinued in 1959. These pieces were created around the time I was born in 1959! They are old :)
This is the scallop design around the top edge of the footed dish. I took the flowers out for a second to show the delicate border.
I have seen very few Jeanette Glass pieces in antique shops/booths I have visited. About a year ago I spotted a footed cake stand but it was too pricey for my budget.
I will just cherish these two pieces I have and wonder what my aunt used them for ... did she put flowers in the footed dish or soaps in the compote...
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