Mom loved dishes - she seemed to really like depression glass, particularly pink and green. I never took much stock of these dishes before but now I wish I had and maybe I would know more and be able to identify them. I brought back a few and also her trusty identification book, but when you don't know much about depression glass, it's not easy to pick the patterns out of a book. I know it won't be long after I post this that I'll get some help.
I've been trying for a couple of days to get the right light to take pictures in the house, but it's just not working so I dragged them all outside - at least you can see some of the pattern.
This is a very delicate dish - maybe for candy?
Would this be "Open Rose" by the Anchor Hocking Company?
Or is this footed cake plate "Open Rose?"
This is a very small footed plate
Love this bowl!
Another nice cake plate
I know this belonged to my grandmother, I included it as it's so very pretty - she used to keep change in it. It's a pretty fancy bowl for that!
This belonged to her too, it came out at Christmas only, it was for grapes and apples.
Do you recognize any of these patterns? I'd love to know just what they are, help me!!!
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