I love it when I find vintage glassware in the original box. This chip and dip set by Anchor Hocking was mine as soon as I saw it.
Its first use at our house: a treat to use for serving some salsa and chips. The larger bowl is especially generous in size, to hold a lot of chips at once.
The pattern is called Country Estate, and it’s in avocado green.
Online sleuthing shows that this set was also made in honey gold, and there are some other pieces in the pattern out there, such as candle holders.
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If you’re looking for vintage glassware with an eye to creating an awesome bohemian style collection, there are some really cool and funky vintage glassware patterns out there.
I’ve seen several of them in my travels, and enjoy rescuing them from the abyss to come home with me. (Glass that doesn’t sell eventually gets smashed in a barrel for recycling, in the thrift store world.)
Patterns like these are too cool not to bring home to use and enjoy!
Four Glassware Patterns for Vintage Bohemian Decor
Madeira by Franciscan, this time in glass, vs china. Like the . . . → Read More: Vintage Glassware Bohemian Style