Two green reamers. I use these any time I need fresh orange or lemon juice.
The little sherbet footed dishes are"Block Optic" by Hocking. I have a whole bunch of those and like to serve a scoop of icecream or berry cobbler in them.
The large plate is "Patrician" (also known as "Spoke") by Federal Glass Co. It was the very first piece of green glass that I bought. Both of these patterns were made in the 1930's.
I took pics of some of the pieces in the window so it is easier to see the design.
My Mom gave me this lovely 3-footed bowl for Christmas a few years ago. I have it out on display year round. Sometimes it is filled with christmas ornaments, or potpourri, or vintage postcards. I just think it is so beautiful!
Look at the detail in the daisy pattern! Does anyone know what this one is called?
Update: this pattern is called "Pearl Flowers".
Footed "Sunflower" cake plate, unknown manufacturer. I always make round layer cakes for family birthdays and this is one of my favorite cake stands to use.
The Indiana Glass leaf nappies are vaseline and they glow in the dark. The pattern is called "Twiggy". I have several of these and they are perfect for serving small salads or fresh fruit.
"Paneled Thistle" was made by Higbee. Two of the panels show thistle flowers and two show a starburst pattern. It is also vaseline. I love the opalescent edges on this spooner.
This apothecary bottle is such a beautiful deep green. It was made in Belgium.
These green Morgantown "Crinkle" dessert plates are still at my Mom's, but I hope they will be mine one of these days. They have matching goblets and and bowls. Our family used them every year at Christmas when I was a teen. I believe they were made from the 1940's- through the 1960's, in many different colors. Seneca made a similar pattern called "Driftwood", but those are slightly different.
I hope you will share pictures of your green glassware too! I'd love to see them!
Thanks to our hostess:
The Colorado Lady- Vintage Thingie Thursday