Depression Glass

Depression Glass

The Pink Depression Glass was my Grandmother’s. I cherish it. She gave it to my mother, and during my youth, my father would make homemade vanilla ice cream in a hand-cranked wooden ice cream maker. Sure wish I had that today. Anyway, Mom served the ice cream in these beautiful stemmed dessert dishes. Oh, the memories. My father passed away Dec. 1999, and when I see these dishes, not only do I remember my Grandmother, but my father’s memory fills my heart.

About rhondasblogs

I am a retired grandma who loves to craft, hand-quilt, antique and thrift store shop, and upcycle found treasures. And...always looking to try new art media. I love gardening using eclectic ideas and vintage pieces, with green natural products. I am Paleo and try to eat pure and allergy free, searching recipes, revising and substituting ingredients to fit my restricted diet; gluten, dairy, and egg free, including some nuts. I try to live green and organic, slowly dragging my family along with me.
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