Pretty Pink Depression Glass and Italian Blue Quadrifoglio: Friday's Find #287


Thank God it's thrifty Friday, Friends! This week's fabulous finds will appeal to my fellow dishaholics. I discovered a brand I haven't seen before Ceramica Quadrifoglio. This lovely set of 4 blue and white plates was made in Italy...


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They are salad/dessert plates and feature a charming fruit design AVAILABLE HERE!


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I also scored a few pieces of vintage glassware. A pretty pink depression glass plate...


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...and a pair of gorgeous champagne flutes. They aren't marked on the bottom, but they look identical to some French flutes I found on Etsy.  All the pretty pink finds are keepers! 


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Until next time, happy hunting!

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6 comments:

  1. I don't know if you already know, but your depression glass plate is by McBeth-Evans manufacturing and is called Dogwood. It was only produced for three years between 1929 and 1932. Great finds!

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  2. Beautiful finds, as you can imagine with a nickname of Pinky, I have collected quite a bit of pink depression glass. It all started when my Great Aunt Doris gave me a box full of pink Miss America depression glass. A set of 8 for a tea or luncheon. I think I have the same champagne flutes, by Luminarc.

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  3. Great finds. Love the pink! So springy! I love blue and white china. I finally got some of my blue and white plates up on the kitchen soffit--waiting for another "good" day to climb the stepladder for the rest of them. Cortisone shot in my knee is helping!

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  4. The plates are beautiful. You will have fun with those if they don't sell quickly.
    Hugs,
    Audrey

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  5. I'm not much of a blue & white dishes kind of person but I adore pink Depression glass. I have a somewhat large collection of the pink and my mother has lots also. I started collecting it years ago when my fine china was discontinued (right after my wedding!!!) The pink perfectly matches the tiny pink roses in my china. Never have I seen the champagne flutes but they are lovely. Enjoy!

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